The Faculty Support Office (FSO) assists and supports all faculty members with their
daily teaching, scholarship and service preparation needs, while also serving as liaisons
between students and professors relative to assessments and assignment projects. The
FSO is located in the Faculty Building, directly behind Classrooms G & H. We are committed
to providing efficient and friendly service to all of our constituents in a timely
and effective manner. A sampling of the services we provide/projects we support include:
- Faculty General Clerical Services — Word processing, copying, formatting, proofing/editing, scanning, basic citation
research, collating/stapling, email assistance, shipping/mailing, mail merge projects,
meeting room EMS reservations, mailbin upkeep, office supplies, certificates, expense
reimbursements, initial technical troubleshooting, B & G maintenance requests, accounting
- Semester Preparations — Finalizing/producing syllabi, first assignments, office hours cards, handouts,
supplemental books/readers production, ordering professor textbook copies.
- Class Preparations — Seating charts, name cards/table tents, photo postcards, photocopying, exam preparations,
student multiple choice review process, return of mid-semester class assignments to
- Program/Project Support — Trial Advocacy Program, Global Lawyering Skills Program, Practical & Persuasive
Legal Writing (PPLW) Program, student journals/publications, examination/assessment
management & processing, faculty scholarship processing, Moot Court & Mock Trial Programs,
Order of the Coif, Order of the Barristers, Inns of Court, scholarship processing,
faculty committees support, assists with faculty special events support.
- Student Liaisons — Exam/assessment anonymity assistance, Examsoft/SofTest administration, bins system
for student pickup/return of documents.
Students may access First Assignments, Syllabi, notes from Professors, as well as
general notices of class cancelations at our LibGuides site. See these instructions (pdf) for information on how to access LibGuides.