The Office of the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs works to insure that all J.D. students are provided academic advisement. Students, at their discretion, can meet with any of: the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, the Assistant Dean for Enrollment and Scholarships, the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, the Professors of Academic Success and the Assistant Directors of Academic Success to discuss course offerings, curricular planning, clinical experiences, satisfaction of the senior writing requirement and any other questions regarding completion of the J.D. program, preparation for the Bar examination and guidance with regard to career path options. If a J.D. student is unsure whom to meet with regarding these matters, the student can contact the office of the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs for assistance.
The Office of the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs also maintains a referral list that enables students to be matched with Professors and Adjunct Professors who can provide specific information and guidance with regard to areas of practice and guidance on career path options.
LL.M. students and J.S.D. students should consult with the Director of the Graduate Program in Intercultural Human Rights or the Executive Director of the Graduate Program in Intercultural Human Rights for Academic Advisement and guidance.