Law students as assistant rectors – a Notre Dame Law School tradition
For a special group of Notre Dame Law students, the 2L and 3L years of law school are spent living among undergraduates as assistant rectors in residence halls, guiding students and giving them mental and spiritual resources to handle the demands of higher education.
Gray, Amanda, "Law students as assistant rectors – a Notre Dame Law School tradition" (2017). NDLS in the News. 403.