Welcome from your Admissions Counselor!

Your admissions counselor is your primary contact person in the Office of Admissions. Please feel free to contact your counselor with any questions you have about the admissions process or transition to law school. We assign your counselor by by alphabet so please contact the counselor assigned to your last name.

Admissions Counselor Sarah TeitelbaumFor Candidates with Last Name A-K contact:

Admissions Counselor Sarah Teitelbaum

"Hello! I’m so glad that you’re interested in AUWCL and I’m excited to help you with any questions you might have about the program and the admissions process.  I have a B.A. from Oberlin College and a M.Ed from the University of North Carolina Wilmington.  I’m new to D.C. and love getting to know the vibrant neighborhoods, beautiful parks, and exciting places to explore.   I’m happy to help you through the admissions process in whatever way I can, so please don’t hesitate to contact me!"



Admissions Counselor Briana WrightFor Candidates with Last Name L-Z contact:

Admissions Counselor Briana Wright

" I am originally from the city of great pizza-New Haven, CT. Although born and raised in New England, I made my way to the Midwest after high school to attend Saint Louis University in St. Louis, MO. (B.A.) It is there that I later began my career in higher education. I enjoy assisting students in realizing their professional goals and encouraging them as they work to achieve them. This passion has now landed me in arguably one of the best cities in the country-Washington, DC- where I have the pleasure of being a member of the AUWCL community as your Admissions Counselor. AUWCL provides a world class legal education and an abundance of practical opportunities to apply the skills you gain within the classroom. Whether you’re interested in participating in a clinic program, studying abroad, externing/interning, or writing for a brief or journal, AUWCL offers those valuable experiences. Here you will find a a cohesive community that will support you during your time in law school and beyond. I look forward to discussing many of these opportunities with you. Please feel free to use me as a resource throughout the admissions process!"