Diane provides academic advising, advice and counsel to students.  She develops resources, and implements programming designed to help equip students with the skills required for academic and professional success.

Diane is building the Law School’s Professional Identity Formation and Professionalism programs to help students understand the core values of the legal profession, explore their own core values, develop their ethical awareness, and nurture their intellectual curiosity. In addition, she provides academic support and helps students design academic success plans.  

Diane joined academia as a law school career professional after more than a decade as a commercial litigator and labor and employment attorney with a regional law firm. For more than 15 years prior to joining the Office of Student Life, she served as director of her former law school's Office of Career and Professional Development. In that capacity, she advised students, created resources, and devised and implemented programs supporting students’ career aspirations, professional development, and formation of professional identity.