Hofstra Law's New Dean Is School Veteran With 'Mixed' Background

, New York Law Journal

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Eric Lane, the new dean of the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, wants applicants to know he's reading their personal statements. Where he sees potential, he encourages the applicants to call him directly. That "personal touch" is a key recruitment strategy, he said.

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What's being said

  • Corey Bearak

    Hofstra made an excellent selection in Prof. Eric Lane as it law school's Dean. I enjoyed opportunities to know Eric both as one of his law students, and as a colleague in government. He cares deeply about the success of his students; indeed all Hofstra students. He gets it!

  • Norm Kent

    He brings to the task decades of conscientious work, academic initiative, and public service. Eric will serve Hofstra Law very well.

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