Ole Miss Law School deans will answer questions from prospective students in a Dial-a-Dean program Dec. 16 from 3-5 p.m. The deans will field questions regarding Ole Miss Law programs, its curriculum, admissions process and more.
“Dial-a-Dean affords potential applicants an opportunity to speak directly with the leadership of our law school,” said Cary Cluck, assistant dean for admissions. “Anyone who is thinking of applying to law school or who is currently applying will come away with a more in-depth understanding of what Ole Miss Law is all about.”
Prospective students are welcome to call anytime from 3:00-5:00 p.m. on Dec. 16th. The following deans will be on hand to talk about these areas:
- Richard Gershon, dean-General questions regarding the school of law and our mission for preparing students for practice
- Debbie Bell, associate dean for clinical programs – Questions regarding our clinics and practical experience opportunities
- Matthew Hall, senior associate dean for academic affairs-Questions regarding our new curriculum for first year students and our January Skill Session
- Jack Nowlin, associate dean for faculty development-Questions regarding the admissions process and how to prepare for law school
Those interested in participating should call 1-662-915-3416. Callers will then be transferred to the appropriate person based on the nature of their questions.