Law School Seeking Assistant Dean for Admissions

The Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville is seeking an experienced professional to serve as its Assistant Dean for Admissions. The candidate will direct the daily operations of the law school's student Admissions Recruiting Office; develop and implement recruitment strategies; coordinate with the Faculty Admissions Committee; represent the school at regional and state recruitment forums; oversee the Harlan Scholars program and facilitate the professional growth of reporting staff personnel. The Assistant Dean will also coordinate scholarship awards with the Chair of the Admissions Committee, and serve as a liaison with the University's Financial Aid Office.

The Brandeis School of Law is part of a dynamic urban university and admits an entering class of approximately 140 students each year. It is committed to maintaining a diverse student body and providing an educational experience focused on public service, interdisciplinary study, and public policy development.

The position requires a Juris Doctor degree and three years of related experience. Additional experience may be used on a one-to-one basis to offset the educational requirements. Candidate must have previous experience in law school admissions or related work. Position requires regional and statewide travel. Review of applications will begin immediately as they are received. Salary $54,150 plus outstanding benefits.

The application process will begin June 15 and conclude July 6. To apply, visit the university's HR site: and select View/apply for Staff Positions.