Faculty Advisor Program for First-Year J.D. Students. As you surely know, life as a law student can be both exhilarating and exhausting! In an attempt to help you negotiate the ups and downs of law school, many of the full-time faculty have agreed to serve as faculty advisors for J.D. students. A faculty advisor can help by discussing with you your approach to studying, career options, course selection for upcoming semesters, 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. But if you are interested in having an advisor, please click here and fill out the form. The deadline for signing up is Friday, Feburary 22.
Academic Resource Library. The Office of Student Services maintains a resource library of study aids and other materials for first year classes and for many upper-level classes. Students can borrow materials for up to two weeks. This is a great way to preview a study aid before you buy it or do a quick review for a class. If you are interested in borrowing a book or flashcards, please see Jenna Abhijeet in Room 310A. Click here for a list of Subject areas and Book titles.
Joke of the Week. Don't you hate it when people answer their own questions? I do.