Welcome Rachel E. Inman, New Associate Dean for Students
The Levin College of Law today welcomes Rachel E. Inman, our new associate dean for students. Inman comes to UF Law from the University of Tennessee College of Law, where she worked as assistant dean for student affairs. Inman, who earned her J.D. from UT, previously served as the law school’s director of student judicial affairs Inman (1997-99).
Inman was previously assistant director for student conduct at UT (1994-97), and she also served as assistant general counsel for the Tennessee Department of Health during 1993-94.
At UT, Inman oversaw student registration, scheduling of classes, administration of examinations, grade reports, class rankings, transcripts, grading policies, interpretation of academic policies, and rules and guidelines regarding matriculation at the College of Law.
A 1990 graduate of Carson- Newman College with a B.S. in Business Management, Inman is a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys and the Association for Student Judicial Affairs.
Inman’s arrival allows Gail Sasnett to focus on special projects and assist with the transition in the year before her retirement.