Associate Dean for Students
Associate Dean for Students Anna Endter is here to assist you with all matters related to student life at UW Law, including academic, personal and administrative issues. Dean Endter serves as the principal liaison between UW Law administration and faculty and students to ensure a positive student experience. Students are encouraged to contact Dean Endter with any question or concern they may have about any aspect of their law school experience, including:
- Referrals for Disability Accommodations
- Course Selection
- Adjusting to Law School
- Wellness and Self Care
- Managing Stress and Mental Health Concerns
- Academic Support
- Leaves of Absence
Schedule an Appointment with Dean Endter
- Husky Health & Well-Being
- The UW offers a wide range of health and wellness services, from exceptional medical care and counseling services to recreation classes, safety resources, peer advocates, trainings and more.
- UW Counseling Center
- The Counseling Center offers multiple options for students seeking help coping with stress and mental health concerns. All UW Seattle students who are in degree-seeking programs are eligible for our counseling services.
- Hall Health Center
- Hall Health Center is an outpatient clinic that provides health care to University of Washington students, alumni, faculty, and staff as well as the general community.
- Disability Resources for Students
- DRS is dedicated to ensuring access and inclusion for all students with disabilities on the Seattle campus enrolled in our undergraduate, graduate, professional, Evening Degree and Access programs for over 40 years.
- Wellness & Mindfulness Resources for UW Law Students
- A collection of helpful resources maintained by the Gallagher Law Library.
Andy Benjamin, J.D., Ph.D., ABPP is Clinical Professor of Psychology and Affiliate Professor of Law at the University of Washington. Dr. Benjamin supervises the Law School's Peer Support Program that fields peer counselors to law students.
The Peer Support Program is a new resource for students run by Andy Benjamin, JD, PhD, ABPP and current UW law students. It provides peer counseling to help end the feeling of isolation while at law school, resources to manage stress, and also promotes mental health in our student community. Peer counselors will help to empower their fellow law students to address the wide-range of personal and academic challenges associated with law school. Multicultural engagement will remain a key approach in all interactions. Visit their website to request a session with a peer counselor or learn more about the program.