I joined Tulane Law School as the new admissions dean three months ago. Making the move from New York to New Orleans definitely came with its share of stress and anxiety, but I cannot be prouder to be here. I am eternally grateful for the warm welcome that I have received from the fantastic faculty, administration, and staff. Every day, I’m realizing how lucky I am to live in this intensely beautiful city.
This blog will be a snapshot of my experiences as the Assistant Dean of Admission. Some of my posts will provide insight on the admissions process at Tulane Law School. Other times, I’ll share with you my experiences as a New Orleanian-newbie experiencing my new city. Also, from time to time, I’ll ask members of the Tulane Law School community to guest blog and address larger and more complex topics such as innovations in the delivery of legal education, and the career paths of our graduates in a legal economy.
I encourage my readers, particularly prospective students, to contact me if there are particular topics you’d like me to explore, pictures you’d like us to post, or interviews you’d like us to conduct.
I know that admissions deans at some law schools are seen as inaccessible and disconnected from applicants. That is not how we do business at Tulane Law School, so I do look forward to listening to your feedback and shedding light on topics of interest to you.