College of Law Staff Available
As part of the University’s response to COVID-19, NU President Ted Carter and Chancellor Ronnie Green have asked that all staff that are able to work remotely do so beginning on Monday, March 23. Beginning Friday, March 20 at 5 p.m. McCollum Hall and the Schmid Law Library will be closed to student and public access.
The College of Law staff and administrators will be working vigilantly to ensure that your needs are met and you can stay connected to your alma mater. You should feel free to contact any member of the staff, faculty or administration by email. Staff will respond as quickly as possible.
While the University is operating remotely, the Career Development Office will prioritize meetings with current students. However, alumni and employers may still contact anyone on the Career Development team:
- Assistant Dean Tasha Everman: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Director of Public Interest Programs Kala Mueller: email@example.com
- Office Coordinator Meghan Rivera: firstname.lastname@example.org
Out of an abundance of caution, the College of Law has made the decision to cancel all events, effective immediately, and through May 1. This includes all college events, student organization events and events hosted by outside organizations.
- If you registered through our online system for either the Dean’s Advisory Board Awards or the Omaha Baseball tailgate event, a refund will be issued automatically.
- If you registered for an event through a student organization or an outside organization, you will need to contact the host with any questions regarding refunds.
If you belong to an organization that plans to use the College of Law after May 1, please contact Katie Pfannenstiel. No decision has been made regarding events after May 1.
Beginning Friday, March 20 at 5 p.m., the Schmid Law Library will be closed to the public. The library will continue to provide excellent reference assistance and research support via email at email@example.com. To keep abreast of any changes or updates to services, please check the library’s website.
The Schmid Law Library has a number of online resources available. This includes access to use Lexis Advance, LexisNexis Digital Library, HeinOnline, BloombergLaw, Westlaw, CALI, ProView and PLI Plus.