Lisa Rodocker joined the Office of Admissions at Washington and Lee University School of Law in 2011. As the Assistant Dean of Admissions, she oversees the admissions process at the law school, meets with visiting prospective students, counsels applicants, and works with the Admissions Committee in making admissions decisions. Before joining the W&L Law admissions team, Mrs. Rodocker worked at the University of Virginia and at The George Washington University. A native of Seattle, Washington, Mrs. Rodocker graduated from Bucknell University with a degree in International Relations and Spanish, and holds a Masters in International Education from The George Washington University. She lives in Lexington with her husband, their children, and their dog Bandit. She enjoys travel, reading, and outdoor activities in Rockbridge County.
Meet the Admissions Team
Rachel Hubbard joined the Office of Admissions at Washington and Lee University School of Law in February 2017. As the Assistant Director of Admissions, she recruits potential students, assists with managing the social media outlets, and communicates and counsels prospective students. Before joining the W&L Law admissions team, Mrs. Hubbard worked at Dallas Baptist University and Palm Beach Atlantic University. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mrs. Hubbard graduated from Palm Beach Atlantic University with a degree in Organizational Communication, and holds a Masters in Communication from Dallas Baptist University. She lives in Lexington with her husband, Charlie, who is the Assistant Men's Soccer Coach at James Madison University. She enjoys going on trips around the world, cooking, reading interesting books, and exploring the beautiful Shenandoah Valley with friends.
Brandyn Jordan joined the Office of Admissions and Student Affairs at Washington and Lee University School of Law in March 2021. As the Assistant Director of Admissions and Student Affairs, Diversity Recruitment and Engagement, he recruits potential students, meets with visiting prospective students, and communicates and counsels prospective students as well. On the student affairs side, he supports students in all areas of student life and culture. Before joining the W&L Law, Mr. Jordan worked at the University of Florida and at Georgia State University. A native of Detroit, Michigan, he graduated from North Carolina A&T State University with a BA degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and holds a Masters in College Student Personnel Service and Administration from University of Central Arkansas. He enjoys traveling, biking, and kickball in his free time.
Debbie Price joined the Office of Admissions at Washington and Lee University School of Law in 2018. Before joining the admissions team, Mrs. Price worked in Faculty Services in the Law School for over three years. Mrs. Price graduated from Christopher Newport University with a degree in Sociology. She lives in beautiful Rockbridge County with her husband and daughter and enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and fishing in the Maury River. “As an Army Brat, I have lived all over the world, and the Shenandoah Valley makes the top 4 list of most beautiful places I have lived: Bavaria Germany, Vero Beach Florida, Rockbridge County Virginia and Oahu Hawaii (I was little, so while it was beautiful I don’t remember living there. However, in the photos, it looks like I really enjoyed living there and it is beautiful!).”
Ryan D'Ercole is a third-year student at Washington and Lee University School of Law. As a Law Admissions Assistant, Ryan helps coordinate potential students' campus visits—either in person or virtually—and helps answer questions that potential students may have about W&L Law, Lexington, or the application process. Outside of working in the Admissions Office, Ryan serves as an Executive Editor on the Washington and Lee Law Review, co-leads the Kirgis Fellows program (W&L Law’s student mentorship program), and serves as a research assistant. Ryan enjoys frequenting his favorite Lexington restaurants, running on the trails around the school, and exploring the breweries and wineries in the surrounding area. He is looking forward to clerking for a judge in Richmond, Virginia after graduation.
Destiny Kosloske is a third-year student at Washington and Lee University School of Law. As a Law Admissions Assistant, Destiny assists with the day-to-day functions of the Admissions Office. She is currently enrolled W&L Law’s Trusts and Estates Practicum. This program gives Destiny the opportunity to draft various estate documents for members of the Lexington community. Outside of law school, Destiny enjoys listening to podcasts and exploring the areas surrounding Lexington. After graduation, she is excited to begin her legal career at a law firm located in Winchester, VA.
The Office of Admissions staff is assisted by our Law Student Ambassadors. Law Ambassadors are student volunteers who share their W&L Law experience with applicants and incoming students during their visits to campus. Law Ambassadors also correspond with prospective students through email to share a student perspective on a variety of topics. Click here to meet our current Law Ambassadors.