Faculty Advisor Program

Life as a first-year law student can be both exhilarating and exhausting. In an attempt to help you negotiate the ups and downs of the first year of law school, many of the full-time faculty have agreed to serve as advisors for first-year students. A faculty advisor can help you with your approach to studying, thinking about career options, course selection for your second year, and other law school matters that may interest or concern you.

This is entirely a voluntary program on the part of both faculty and students—many of you may already feel comfortable with the nature and demands of law school and have no interest in a faculty advisor.


I want a faculty advisor

Faculty advisor preference: Click here for faculty biographies.
(Please note: Not all faculty members are available as advisors. In addition, we will make every effort to match you with your first choice, but due to limitations in the number of students each faculty member can accept, we may not be able to do so.)

Optional: Providing the information below is strictly voluntary. You do not have to answer any questions that you feel uncomfortable answering.