At UMKC School of Law, our student emissaries represent the broad range of students admitted each year.

The mission of the emissaries is to promote the School of Law to potential law students, as well as to the public at large, in order to better inform all of the high standards and characteristics that are exemplified by the students, staff, faculty and administration of the Law School.

The emissaries act as liaisons between the admissions staff and entering students by working in the admissions office, contacting newly admitted students, giving tours and organizing the fall orientation.

The emissaries also act as the face of the law school at university and community events throughout the year.

Allison N. Dyer

(3L) From Chilhowee, MO Majored in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Missouri
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Biography

Area(s) of Interest: Criminal Law, Family Law

Law School Activities: Association of Women Law Students

Why did you decide to attend law school? 

I’ve always has a passion for law and being fair and just. 

What has been the biggest challenge as a law student?

Readjusting to student life after being in the workforce. 

What are your interests outside of law school?

Books, dogs, volleyball, being outside and active. 

What is one piece of advice you’d give to future law students?

Never add facts to the hypothetical.