Darren Nealy is the director of student services in the Office of Student Affairs. His responsibilities include advising and counseling students on academic issues, providing oversight of and guidance to student organizations, serving as the point person on student disciplinary matters and dual-degree programs, and overseeing the administration of the Michigan Access Program, the First-Year Information mentorship program, the Campbell Moot Court Competition, the Honors Convocation, the tutoring program, and the Law School's student alcohol policy. He previously served as the multicultural affairs director at Capital University Law School, where he coordinated student organizations and diversity programming. In addition, he worked closely with Capital Law School's Office of Admissions and Office of Alumni Relations, and provided students with guidance via academic advising and academic counseling. Prior to joining Capital University, Nealy served as the executive director of the Tobacco Public Policy Center and practiced law for several years with a civil litigation law firm in Columbus, Ohio. He received his JD from the University of Virginia School of Law and his BA in communications, magna cum laude, from the University of Dayton.