The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) exists to enhance students’ experiences at Stanford Law School. OSA helps students take advantage of the opportunities available and navigate any academic, personal, or health challenges that may arise as they pursue their legal education. OSA offers counseling and advice on both academic and personal matters, ranging from course selection or roommate issues to health matters and family emergencies and can also point students to other campus resources. OSA serves as a liaison between students and faculty or other administrators and advocates for students and student organizations. We support and fund student organizations and journals and their events and host many of our own, from wellness programs to presentations on academics or the bar exam to major events such as orientation and graduation. We work with the Office of Accessible Education to coordinate accommodations for students with disabilities and we maintain connections with other resources on campus, including Housing Assignment Services and the Graduate Life Office as well as the Office of Community Standards and the Title IX Office. Stanford Law School benefits from the energy and idea of its students, so we welcome your comments and ideas.