David D. White Award Recipient - Capital University Law School

David D. White Award Recipient



    Cassandra Jeter-Bailey is currently the Assistant Dean for Admission and Financial Aid at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. She is a 2003 Juris Doctor graduate and 2008 LL.M. graduate of Capital University Law School.

    Cassandra B. Jeter-Bailey is a Cincinnati native. After earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Howard University in 2000, she went on to earn her Juris Doctor (2003) and Master of Laws in Business (2008) degrees from Capital University Law School.

    Currently, Cassandra serves as the Assistant Dean of Admissions & Financial Aid at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. As assistant dean, she develops and oversees the administration of the Law School’s recruitment and admissions strategies, including the development of a metrics system to ensure enrollment of a diverse, highly qualified student body, and utilizes historical data to determine new market opportunities. Additionally, she develops and oversees strategic financial aid and scholarship administration and programming. She also serves as the advisor to the University of Cincinnati College of Law’s Black Law Student Association.

    Cassandra is active in industry organizations, has presented at Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) forums on admission and diversity, served as a member of the LSAC Service & Programs National Recruitment Work Group, and has recently been appointed to serve on the LSAC Professional Development Workgroup. She also serves as vice president and Midwest Association of Pre-Law Advisor (MAPLA) Liaison for the Midwest Association for Law School Admissions (MASLA).

    Prior to her appointment as the Assistant Dean of Admission & Financial Aid at the College of Law, Cassandra served as the director of Admission for JD & Graduate Law Programs at Capital University Law School. She was responsible for directing and coordinating the admission operations for JD, transfer, visiting JD, LLM, Master of Taxation, and Master of Legal Studies programs. She worked directly with the dean and the university’s vice president for Strategic Enrollment Management to develop and implement an enrollment and communication strategy designed to recruit a mix of academically qualified and diverse students. She also served as chapter advisor for Capital University Law School’s Black Law Student Association and as a member of Capital University ‘s Strategic Diversity & Inclusion Council.