Alberto Martin, PhD ’83, is the Registrar at the Stanford Law School. Alberto is responsible for the course registration; maintenance of student records, examination, and degree certification functions for the Law School and oversees the day-to-day operations of the Registrar’s Office.
Alberto is responsible for creating and implementing academic policies and regulations regarding enrollment, class scheduling, examinations, grade reporting, and graduation for five degree programs. Alberto supervises building of Course Catalog and Class Schedule data in PeopleSoft and Law School database for academic year. He maintains student records, including implementing updates to the Law School records portion of the University’s PeopleSoft database system; preparing reports on student data; overseeing the preparation of registration materials and the registration process, the conduct of examinations, and the processing of grades; monitoring degree progress; certifying students for graduation and for bar examinations; working with the Office of Student Affairs to ensure appropriate academic accommodations for students with disabilities.
Alberto participates with senior Law School leadership on development of academic policy. Monitors academic data in PeopleSoft and collect data for development of academic policy. Supervises Law student data in PeopleSoft, Axess, Brio, Business Intelligence and Law School databases. Monitors, advises and meets with students regarding academic progress in all five degree programs, performs degree audits, external credit evaluation and degree conferral; assist at graduation ceremonies. Advises students on joint and cooperative degrees. Works closely with International Programs Coordinator to track advanced degree students including monitoring JSD milestones on academic progress.
Prior to the Stanford Law School, Alberto has worked as a Business Analyst at a start-up called Trade*Plus, Inc., later E*Trade, as a Systems Analyst at the Stanford Medical Center, as Acting IT Manager at Residential Dining Enterprises, as Chief Technology Manager at the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, as Students Service Officer at the Department of Religious Studies, and as Graduate Student Services Officer at the Department of Philosophy.