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Dean of Students
University of Chicago Law School
The University of Chicago Law School seeks a Dean of Students (DOS) to provide leadership and strategic direction for a broad range of services and programs to enrich the overall experience of UChicago Law students and to support students’ academic, professional, and personal development. The DOS fosters a spirit of community within the Law School by creating, running, and supporting student programming, as well as supporting student governance. The Dean of Students must pay particular attention to creating an inclusive community that serves the needs of a diverse student population. The DOS office serves approximately 650 full-time students and over 50 full-time faculty members. The DOS reports to the Dean of the Law School and is a member of the Dean’s staff leadership team.
Assistant Dean of Student Life and Leadership
The University of Illinois at Chicago
The UIC School of Law is seeking an Assistant Dean of Student Life and Leadership.

Position Summary
This position serves as the law school's principal liaison with students and provides leadership and strategic direction to ensure an outstanding and supportive student experience. The Assistant Dean fosters a strong and inclusive community within the law school by creating, running, and supporting programming for students on a wide variety of topics, including convening faculty-student gatherings, and supporting student governance.
Director of Student Services and Advising
Cornell Law School
Reporting to the Dean of Students, the Director of Student Services and Advising provides counseling and outreach services to a diverse population of students to enhance their personal, professional, and academic success, ensuring the consistent delivery of high-quality student support.

The Director will be responsible for the following:

Counseling students on course selection and degree requirements, bar requirements, long-range academic plans and goals, as well as non-academic factors affecting academic performance.

Providing support and guidance to students in crisis, collaborating with staff and faculty at the Law School and University on complicated/sensitive situations, and working with university departments like Cornell Police and Cornell Health, among other offices, to help resolve issues.

Assisting students with securing approval for disability accommodations, leaves of absence, and terms away from the Law School’s Ithaca campus.

Advising students on character and fitness evaluations and issues related to bar qualification.

Directing Orientation and Convocation programming, as well as other signature student focused events.

This role also serves as a liaison to other administrative offices within the Law School and throughout the University.

While position responsibilities vary, every member of our community is expected to foster a culture of belonging and a psychologically healthy work environment by communicating across differences; being cooperative, collaborative, open, and welcoming; showing respect, compassion, and empathy; engaging and supporting others regardless of background or perspective; speaking up when others are being excluded or treated inappropriately; and supporting work/life integration of oneself and others.
Assistant Director of Student Affairs
Howard University School of Law
Responsible for developing and implementing programs to enrich the law school. Incumbent helps law students succeed academically, personally, and professionally.
Collaborates with and provides support to other senior administrators at the law school,

Works with the Director of Student Affairs to develop and organize 1L Orientation program and graduation and award/recognition ceremonies.

Supervises, coordinates, advises, and promotes student organizations, including law school student government. Assists student organizations in establishing appropriate governance structures and in complying with all law school and university requirements.

Coordinates and supervises student disability services at the law school, including communicating to students regarding disability issues. Arranges for classroom and exam accommodations.

Coordinating student counseling and intervention efforts. Assists students seeking university services, including financial aid and other matters.

Assist with the review and evaluation of relevant school of law policies. Recommends policy changes as appropriate.

Supports the law school’s efforts to attract and serve a diverse student body and to promote an inclusive environment.
Supervises and coordinates the work of any assigned personnel.

Manages and maintains student information appropriately and confidentiality.
Performs any other duties as may be assigned by the Director of Student Affairs, Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs, or the Dean.

Master’s degree required, J.D. or equivalent degree preferred, from an accredited law school. Two to four years of relevant experience, related to higher education or law school administration, with preference given to applicants who have experience working in law student affairs.

A full job description can be provided upon request. Interested parties can also email a cover letter and resume to and cc
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Director of Pipeline Programs
University of Texas School of Law
Under the supervision of the Assistant Dean of Admissions & Financial Aid, the Director of Pipeline Development & Outreach will set strategic direction, primary leadership, and vision for pipeline initiatives and programming that promote the School of Law’s enrollment goals and mission.
Director of Student Life, Georgetown Law
Georgetown Law

Job Overview
The Director of Student Life provides strategic direction for and manages Georgetown Law’s Office of Student Life, an integral part of co-curricular and community life at the school. The office supervises the activities, leadership training and financial management of more than 80 active student organizations; guides a large and active Student Bar Association in a culture of shared governance; develops student leadership programs; plans portions of the annual Commencement program for nearly 1,000 graduates, including the Graduation Gala; plans and executes a large scale orientation program for JD students; supervises the peer-to-peer advising program for 575 first year JD students; provides active support for more than 20 student diversity and identity organizations, serving more than 750 students from historically underrepresented backgrounds in the legal profession; and develops and manages programs that promote a sense of community and further the institution’s mission as a leading law school in the Jesuit tradition.
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Director of Academic Success
University of Houston Law Center
Leads the development and implementation of academic success programs designed specifically to address the educational needs of students in the Law Center. Evaluates counseling and advising activities and makes recommendations for new initiatives and/or enhancement to existing practices.

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Director of Inclusion and Wellness at Berkeley Law
UC Berkeley Law

Berkeley Law Student Services provides a wide range of support for the law school’s student populations, which includes over 1200 JD, JSP, JSD, and LLM students. Students are encouraged to come to Student Services to discuss academic plans, questions about the profession, personal concerns, and summer planning. The office includes the Dean of Students, the Senior Director of Student Services, the Assistant Director for Student Services, Accessible Education, the Exams Administrator and the Student Services Administrator. The office works as a team to support student life at Berkeley Law, including meeting with students one-on-one and coordinating large student events.

This position involves a wide range of student services duties and responsibilities for UC Berkeley School of Law. The Director of Inclusion and Wellness provides assistance to students in academic advising, and personal counseling, student orientation and events, career counseling, and related programs. The role will also provide counseling and advice to targeted students and provide referrals to organization and community resources. The Director of Inclusion and Wellness will create and provide programming designed to improve the quality of students’ experience, with a specific focus on equity and inclusion; work in collaboration with other units to cultivate and enhance inclusion in the Law School community; hold regular meetings with the Affinity Group leaders; take the lead on wellness programming for students, including Mindful Mondays and Mental Health Awareness week; and provide academic and personal counseling services to the general law student population.
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs
Stetson Law
The Assistant Dean of Student Affairs leads the Office of Student Affairs. The position is perfect for anyone who is committed to student services and is an experienced leader. Stetson poses a unique challenge in the Student Affairs space because our central university is in another part of the state. As a result, we have a robust office with broad responsibility and high impact.
Director of Professional Engagement
Stetson Law
The Director of Professional Engagement is a brand new position in the brand new Office of Professional Engagement. We created the office and the position to help implement our professional identity formation initiatives. This has been my top priority as an associate dean, and our faculty and administration have been incredibly supportive – the creation of a new office and a high-level position show that we are taking this work seriously. The position is perfect for anyone who is passionate about professional identity formation and the work that goes with it – developing self-awareness, finding purpose, practicing wellness, creating community and fostering a sense of belonging, etc.
Associate Registrar
Yale Law School
Primarily responsible for academic records and exams. Hybrid remote schedule.
Director of Student Affairs
Maryland Carey Law
The Director of Student Affairs is primarily responsible for overseeing the Peer Advisor Program, ensuring that reasonable accommodations are provided to qualified law students, counseling students in distress, managing the Maryland Carey Law House Cup, and developing initiatives to enhance student care, well-being, resilience, and a sense of belonging.
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