Pitt Law's Ombudsperson

What is an Ombudsperson

The Ombudsperson assists students at Pitt Law with resolving conflicts and issues that arise in the course of their education that the students believe have not or cannot be addressed within their academic department. The Ombudsperson can help mediate conflicts and provides information about institutional policies related to the student’s issues, including the University’s grievance procedures and directs students to further resources on campus as appropriate.

Contact Me

The designated Ombudsperson for students at Pitt Law is Jamey Mentzer who also serves as Assistant Director of JD Advantage Careers in the Professional Development Office.

Jamey Mentzer
Pitt Law Ombudsperson
(412) 383-4248
mentzer@pitt.edu
Room 220B