Pre-Grad Pre-Law Staff

Cloe Le Gall-Scoville

Cloe Le Gall-Scoville, Ph.D

  • Coordinator
  • Pre-Graduate/Law Advising

Dr. Le Gall-Scoville is the staff coordinator of Pre-Graduate/Law Advising, part of Transitional and Enrichment Programs and Services. She earned a B.A in English and History at UC Irvine, a Master's in Literature at UC Santa Cruz, and a Ph.D in Comparative Literature at UC Davis ('17). She is passionate about the possibilities that advanced education has to offer and helping students achieve their graduate and law school goals. 

Pre-Grad Student Advisors

Chelsi Florence

Chelsi Florence

  • Graduate Student, Doctoral Candidate in Sociology

Chelsi Florence is pursuing a doctorate in Sociology at the University of California, Davis. Her research and personal interests are rooted in a desire to understand and work towards overcoming social inequality. Chelsi takes delight in serving and working with students through teaching, research mentorship, and now pre-graduate advising. She is thrilled to be in a position to offer support to aspiring graduate students and professionals in reaching their goals!

Wherever you are in the process, please feel free to come with your questions—she takes particular pleasure in demystifying the application process.

Kaozong Mouavangsou

Kaozong Mouavangsou

  • Graduate Student, Doctoral Candidate in Education

Kaozong Mouavangsou is a PhD Candidate in Education at UC Davis. She earned a MA in Education and BA in English with an Asian American Studies and Education minor at UC Davis. Her research and interest are at the intersections of race, gender, and educational equity. She is passionate about teaching and mentorship. She is excited to be in a role where she will be supporting students in their graduate and professional journeys. 

Pre-Law Student Advisors

Montserrat Garcia Juarez

Montserrat Juarez

  • Student at UC Davis School of Law

Monse is a 2L at King Hall (our very own law school), she is an aspiring crimmigration attorney. This past summer she interned with the Santa Clara Public Defender Office in San Jose and loved the city, the people, and the office. She is a double aggie (whoop whoop) and during her time as an undergrad she advised students in the Residence Halls and as an advisor in the Chicanx Studies Department. She is friendly, outgoing, and lives off of coffee. She is an immigrant, first generation, LGBTQIA+ student and is happy to share her expertise. Come talk to her about anything and everything related to law school! (FYI she keeps it real!)