J.D., University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
B.A., Economics, Florida International University
Katrin Hussmann Schroll oversees the Offices of Admissions, Enrollment Management, and Student Recruitment at the University of Miami School of Law.
Dean Schroll is actively involved with the Law School Admission Council, currently serving as the Chair of the Misconduct and Irregularities in the Admission Process Subcommittee, and as an ex officio member of the Schools and Candidates Committee. Also, she serves on the Board of Directors for the Maryland Hispanic Bar Association.
In the past, Dean Schroll has served as an advisor on the Law School Admission Council’s Audit Committee, Information Services Division Advisory Group, and Annual Meeting Planning Work Group. She has served on the planning committee for the Annual Meeting of Law School Diversity Professionals, and the Maryland State Bar Association’s MYLAW Law & Leadership Institute Committee. She has also served as an evaluator of scholarship applicants for the Gates Millennium Scholars Program, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, and the Schwarzman Scholars Program. Dean Schroll previously served as the Assistant Dean of Admissions and Enrollment Management at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. In addition to her responsibilities as Assistant Dean, she worked with students and clients in the Immigration Law Clinic at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law and taught legal writing and constitutional law at Goucher College, in Towson, Maryland.
Dean Schroll is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association. She earned her JD from the University of Maryland Carey School of Law, where she was a Leadership Scholar and received awards for her advocacy on behalf of clients in the Immigration Law Clinic. Prior to attending law school, she graduated summa cum laude from Florida International University in Miami, Florida, where she earned a BA in Economics. Dean Schroll spent her early years in Venezuela but relocated to the United States while a freshman in high school.