Contact Admissions

Office Location:

4300 Nebraska Avenue, NW, Suite C201, Washington, DC 20016

SPring 2022 STAFF Hours:

Monday - Thursday 9am-6pm (please note that our team works remotely on Tuesdays and our suite is closed).
Fridays 8am-5pm

JD Admissions Main Contact:
Phone: 202-274-4101

A number of our team members offer virtual appointments. Please view the Calendly appointment links below. Typically, their appointment calendars shows availability within the next two weeks.

Assistant Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid Akira Shiroma

Manages the Office of Admissions and the admissions review process.

Associate Director of Admissions Brooke Sandoval

Assists those who have questions about specific academic offerings, experiential learning (Clinics, Externships, Trial Advocacy, etc) and dual degree programs. For questions about the admissions process, contact the admissions counselor assigned to your last name (see below). Can assist admitted students when their assigned counselor is not available. Contact person for pre-law groups or other groups requesting an on-campus or virtual session. Organizes Admitted Student Events and the Housing Conference. 
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Assistant Director of Admissions Nicholas Lim

Manages the admissions process for JD transfer and visiting students. Also manages the JD Transfer for Foreign Lawyers/LLM option. Contact person for international students (needing visas) who are applying/admitted to JD program. Admissions contact for the Public Interest/Public Service (PIPS) Scholarship. 
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Admissions Counselor Alex Richmond

Assists JD applicants with last name beginning with A-K with general admissions questions and their admission file.
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Admissions Counselor Jamie Katz

Assists JD applicants with last name beginning with L-Z with general admissions questions and their admission file.
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Admissions specialist lydia Pritchard

Coordinates Admissions social media and other marketing projects. Assists with events coordination, dual degree file upload, recruitment shipments, and other office duties.

Student ambassadors

Wondering what it's like to brief your first case, conduct legal research for the Department of Justice, or represent your first client? How can you balance studying for classes, working at an externship or for a law clinic and still have time for a social life? Here's an opportunity to ask a student ambassador about their experience at the Washington College of Law and their life in Washington, DC. link here.