William and Mary Law School

Law School Associate Dean and Registrar's Office

We are here to help!

We are here to help answer your questions - whatever they may be. 

  • Your first stop with general student life questions can be to Kay Hibbard, gkhibbard@wm.edu, she sits in the reception area.  For students, she manages the Graduate Fellow timesheets; ensures your papers and documents are delivered to faculty or administrator mail boxes; helps you find your way to faculty or administrator offices;  is a notary and can help you with your bar applications; and answers most all questions.  If she doesn't know the answer, she will direct you to Gloria Todd, Chris Creech or Liz Jackson.
  • Gloria Todd, gjtodd@wm.edu,  is located in room 101 (directly across from the Moot Courtroom).  As Office Manager, Gloria ensures the building is in good working order as well as managing room reservation requests.  If you see a light out or a leaky faucet, please do let her know so your building stays in good repair.  If you need a room for a meeting or event, check in with her as soon as possible. Gloria is also a notary and can assist you with your bar applications.
  • Chris Creech is the Law School Associate Registrar, cbcree@wm.edu.  Her desk is in room 107.  You will receive numerous messages from Chris regarding the academic schedule, registration, add/drop, waiting lists, degree audits and graduation.  Chris can write letters of good standing; complete loan deferrment forms; and notarize your bar applications.  Chris is the keeper of your academic record. Contact her swiftly if you notice discrepancies.
  • Associate Dean Liz Jackson (aka "DJ"), lajac1@wm.edu, functions as Dean of Students and Dean of Administration. Contact her immediately with personal issues that can or will affect your ability to perform academically.  Contact her immediately if you are too ill or an emergency prevents you from attending class.  She will contact your professors for you. Feel free to contact her with building or other concerns.  Students interested in forming a student organization should contact her for advice.  She is one of your first stops if you have academic, graduation or registration questions.