UC Davis School of Law is happy to make available the award winning MAX by AccessLex.


What is MAX?

AccessLex Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to legal education, has partnered with King Hall to bring you MAX by AccessLex®, the free personal finance program designed exclusively for law students! Within MAX, students can:

  • Access personal finance lessons, resources and tools that fit your busy schedule;
  • Schedule free one-on-one financial coaching with Accredited Financial Counselors (AFC®); and
  • Earn entries into annual MAX scholarship drawings of more than $300,000 by completing courses and attending live events.

How is the MAX platform accessed?

MAX can be your single destination for all personal finance questions and so much more

  • Preparing for the Bar? Start saving now by using MAX’s budgeting tools and calculators.

  • Are you prepared for repayment?  The majority of college graduates in the US report misunderstanding their student loans – don’t let this be you. MAX has the loan repayment resources you need.

  • Want to borrow less?  There are lots of awards out there if you know where to find them! Find free money today in the AccessLex Law School Scholarship Databank.

Explore MAX’s vast library of resources – articles, videos, modules and more -  as you prepare for the financial challenges you’ll face as a Law student and beyond.  In fact, your MAX account never expires so you’ll always have a trusted source for personal finance resources. 

Managing your money is one of the most important skills you can ever learn – MAX makes personal finance education easy so get started today.


Advisory Note to Students:

AccessLex is an independent third party that offers various financial planning services. Prior to using AccessLex’s services, students should review the following:

  1. Students are responsible for carefully reviewing AccessLex’s terms and conditions, including its Privacy Policy.
  2. Students may, but are not required to, use AccessLex services, which include, but are not limited to, the MAX program.
  3. Students understand the risks of providing AccessLex with sensitive information and must make their own informed decision about sharing such information.