Chelsea Hackett, Admissions Outreach Coordinator
Joseph Lindsay, Associate Director of Admissions
Alice Young, Associate Director of Admissions
You may make an appointment with an admissions staff member if you are a JD applicant for entry in fall 2021 and have not submitted an application (i.e. you are planning on applying in the 2020-21 year). Due to demand, we are not able to offer appointments to prospective applicants in future years or those who have already submitted an application to the school for fall 2021. We are also limiting appointments to only one per person for the application cycle, so that we can speak to as many applicants as possible and ensure equal access to speak with a counselor. To learn more about our programs, we recommend reviewing our website, our prospectus, and joining us for webinars. If you have submitted your application, you may check your status on our website and email us at email@example.com with any questions.
Please note that we do not keep notes on advising appointments and they have no bearing in our admissions process. We do not conduct personal statement or resume reviews, nor can we access current or prior applications for review or feedback. We recommend preparing questions about the admissions process or about the law school.
Please note: All law school classes are currently being held by distance learning and the law building is closed. All staff members are working remotely. As such, appointments will be conducted via Zoom.
Mondays 9am to 1pm
Wednesdays 12pm to 4pm
Thursdays 9am to 1pm
APPOINTMENT TIMES ARE BASED ON PACIFIC DAYLIGHT TIME (PDT)