Meet Lori Rogers
Admissions Operations Coordinator
Hometown: Born and raised in New England, I moved to Florida to attend college. I missed the snow and changing seasons, and I eventually moved north to Pennsylvania. I still don’t think we get enough snow here, but I may be in the minority about that…
What do you enjoy most about your role at Dickinson Law? When I started, I was told that I could expect to become invested in the success of each incoming class, and this is true! The Dickinson Law community is an enthusiastic, supportive family. I also love that this community—faculty, students, and staff—is committed to its mission. I think it is tangible, and I relish sharing that with others.
Best piece of advice for anyone considering Dickinson Law: Come visit! Meet with faculty and students. Sit in on a class. Take a tour of the community. You will know if it’s right for you. And of course, study hard!
Favorite thing to do in your spare time: I love to kayak, camp, and browse Pinterest for recipes I’ll never make.
You’d never guess… : My undergraduate degree is in Visual Arts. I am a member of my town’s Arts Council, as well as a member of the Art Association of Harrisburg, the National Collage Society, and a founding member of an artist co-op.
Life before Dickinson Law: My worklife was in K-12 education. Coming from a family of educators, I believe that we should be lifelong learners!
Three words to describe myself: Adaptable, enthusiastic, accepting
Favorite quote: "Don’t make assumptions. Find the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want. Communicate with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness, and drama." — don Miguel Ruiz
Favorite book: It’s hard for me to decide! Food for thought? Visual Intelligence: Sharpen Your Perception, Change Your Life by Amy Herman. Junk food? Any spy-thriller by writers such as Brad Thor or John le Carré.
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