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Concord Law School Leadership

Martin Pritikin
Martin Pritikin, JD
Academic Dean and Vice President

Martin Pritikin, an experienced lawyer and educator, is the Dean of Concord Law School. In this role, he is responsible for providing academic leadership for Concord’s programs, faculty, and students while advancing the school’s mission to provide an affordable and accessible education for aspiring attorneys and others seeking to learn the law.

Since joining Concord in 2016, Dean Pritikin has overseen a revision of the school’s entire required curriculum; established the first online law school incubator program to help graduates launch their own practices; led the school in earning the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Louis M. Brown Select Award for Legal Access and the Wolters Kluwer Leading Edge Prize for Educational Innovation; developed the Distinguished Speaker webinar series, which has featured renowned scholars and practitioners; and forged relationships with national institutions, including the Consortium for Access to Justice.

Before joining Concord, Dean Pritikin spent 12 years as a professor and senior administrator at a brick-and-mortar ABA law school. Prior to entering academia, Pritikin was a litigator at Quinn Emanuel. He has committed his academic career to integrating theory with practice and using technology to promote innovation in legal education, including as a volunteer at a prosecutor's office and as a consultant on a multi-year litigation against Lehman Brothers in bankruptcy court.

Dean Pritikin has written numerous articles on reform in legal education and the legal profession, as well as on topics related to civil and criminal practice. His work has appeared in the Harvard Law Review, the Yale Law and Policy Journal, the Cardozo Law Review, the Wisconsin Law Review, and the Journal of Legal Education, among others. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California and Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review.

Education: JD magna cum laude, Harvard Law School; BA summa cum laude, University of Southern California

Publications: “The Teacher Becomes Student: What Law Professors Can Learn from the Legal Profession,” Defense Counsel Journal 81, no. 4 (October 2014)

“The Experiential Sabbatical,” Journal of Legal Education (2014)

“Can Law and Literature Be Practical? The Crucible and the Federal Rules of Evidence,” West Virginia Law Review 115 (2012)

(Co-authored with Ezra Ross): “The Collection Gap: Underenforcement of Corporate and White-Collar Fines and Penalties,” Yale Law & Policy Review 29 (2011)

“Fine-Labor: The Symbiosis Between Monetary and Work Sanctions,” University of Colorado Law Review 81 (2010)

“Is Prison Increasing Crime?” Wisconsin Law Review 2008 (2009)

“The Value of Talmud Study to Modern Legal Education: A Case Study in Unjust Enrichment,” Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 21 (2008)

“Punishment, Prisons, and the Bible: Does ‘Old Testament Justice’ Justify Our Retributive Culture?” Cardozo Law Review 28 (2006)

“Toward Coherence in Civil Conspiracy Law: A Proposal to Abolish the Agent’s Immunity Rule,” Nebraska Law Review 84 (2005)

Recent case comment (unattributed): “Fourth Circuit Holds That Post-IRCA. Undocumented Aliens Cannot Establish Prima Facie Case of Retaliatory Refusal to Hire Under Title VII. Egbuna v. Time-Life Libraries, Inc.,” Harvard Law Review 112 (1999)

Certificates and Bar Membership (State): California — all courts; United States District Court; Central District of California; United States Bankruptcy Court; Southern District of New York (pro hac vice)

Honors and Achievements: Teacher of the Year, Whittier Law School; Champion, ATLA Northeastern Regional Mock Trial Competition; Semi-Finalist, Harvard Law School Ames Moot Court Competition

Legal Focus: Legal Education Reform; Access to Justice; Trial Advocacy and Civil Litigation

CLS Courses: Evidence

Martin Pritikin, JD
Academic Dean and Vice President
Shaun Jamison
Shaun Jamison, JD, PhD
Associate Dean of Faculty and Professor of Law

As Associate Dean of Faculty at Concord, Shaun Jamison oversees faculty and academics. He conceived of and created the Future of Law Practice and Cybersecurity courses and provides commentary to the media on technology and privacy issues. Jamison's academic career has focused on skills development and emerging law practice and technology issues. He has published articles on social media ethics and ransomware and contributed entries to the SAGE Encyclopedia of Online Education. At the Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA), he served as the chair of the Practice Management and Marketing Section, as well as co-chair for focus groups for the SAGE Report: Self-Audit for Gender Equity and Diversity. After law school, Jamison started a solo law practice and taught paralegal, business, and computer classes. He then joined what is now Thomson Reuters, first working as a reference attorney and then managing Westlaw account managers and trainers.

Education: PhD, Capella University; JD, University of North Dakota; BS, National College; Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US)

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): Minnesota

Honors and Achievements: Recipient of the 2016 MSBA North Star Lawyer award, recognizing members who donate fifty or more hours per year in legal services to low income clients.

CLS Courses: Cyberlaw, Electronic Legal Research, Future of Law Practice, Cybersecurity Law

Shaun Jamison, JD, PhD
Associate Dean of Faculty and Professor of Law
Steve Bracci
Steve Bracci, JD
Associate Dean and Professor of Law

Steve Bracci is currently the associate dean of first-year programs at Concord. He teaches a number of first-year and upper-division subjects, and is the architect of the First-Year Intensive (FYI) Program, a preparation program for the First-Year Law Students’ Exam (FYLSE). Bracci briefly practiced law before becoming a full-time teacher in 1979. He has taught at a number of law schools during his academic career and has also served as the academic director for the law school divisions of a number of legal publishers. He is an expert in examination techniques and has conducted writing and test-taking seminars nationwide.

Education: JD, Whittier Law School; BA, University of California, Los Angeles

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): California

Legal Focus: Expert in examination techniques

Steve Bracci, JD
Associate Dean and Professor of Law
Jennifer Fishman
Jennifer Fishman, MEd
Senior Student Operations Manager

Jennifer Fishman is the senior student operations manager, supporting students and assisting them during their academic journey at Concord. She works directly with the assistant dean of students to help resolve conflicts and problems and works on projects to help with student engagement and retention. In addition, Fishman works on developing initiatives for current students and alumni. She has worked in higher education for over 15 years.

Education: MEd, BA, University of Maryland, College Park; Graduate Certificate in Project Management, Kaplan University

Honors and Achievements: Recipient of Kaplan University’s Social and Behavioral Sciences Outstanding Non-Academic Support Team Award (2017)

Certifications: Lean Six Sigma White Belt

Jennifer Fishman, MEd
Senior Student Operations Manager

Concord Law School Faculty

Laurie Aronovsky
Laurie Aronovsky, JD
Adjunct Faculty

Laurie Aronovsky joined Concord in 2005, attracted by the school’s extensive feedback and commitment to teaching practical skills. It is a particular pleasure for her to teach introductory and upper division legal analysis and writing. She has been teaching legal analysis, objective writing, and persuasive writing at Concord since 2008. Before the birth of her two children, Aronovsky was a litigator in the San Francisco Bay Area. She worked in a large firm, a small firm, and a public interest law office. She practiced in federal and California state courts in such diverse areas as securities, environmental insurance defense, and commercial litigation. For several years, she represented people with disabilities in individual suits and class actions to enforce their rights under state and federal statutes such as the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Education: JD, New York University School of Law; BA, University of California at Berkeley

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): California

Honors and Achievements: Recipient of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Exemplary Performance Award

Legal Focus: Americans with Disabilities Act, securities, environmental insurance defense, commercial litigation

CLS Courses: Introduction to Legal Analysis I and II, Legal Analysis and Writing

Laurie Aronovsky, JD
Adjunct Faculty
Beau Baez
Beau Baez, LLM, JD
Professor of Law

Beau Baez is an Emeritus Professor of Law (Charlotte School of Law) and has taught at several law schools over a two-decade teaching career. Prior to becoming a law professor, he was an attorney with the Multistate Tax Commission in Washington, D.C., where he managed a nationally recognized voluntary tax compliance program. In addition to teaching at Concord, Baez hosts a popular academic success YouTube channel called Learn Law Better. His videos have been translated from English into 6 languages, and the channel boasts thousands of subscribers in over 150 countries. He is also a sought-after coach who helps students around the globe succeed in law school and on the bar exam.

Education: JD and LLM, Georgetown University; BS and BA, Liberty University

Publications: “Law’s Failure to Keep Pace with Empirical Science: An Examination of Personality and Emotional Intelligence Testing in the Workplace,” Ohio Northern University Law Review (2014); “Personality Tests in Employment Selection: Use With Caution,” Cornell HR Review (2013)

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): Supreme Court of the United States, District of Columbia, Virginia, United States Court of Federal Claims, and United States Tax Court

Honors and Achievements: Named Professor of the Year 2007 (Liberty University); recipient of the Dean's Award for Excellence (Concord Law School)

Legal Focus: Torts, tax, and business associations

CLS Courses: Income Tax, Business Planning

Beau Baez, LLM, JD
Professor of Law
Jason Burk
Jason Burk, JD
Adjunct Faculty

Jason Burk has been at Concord since 2001, with a focus on teaching first-year curriculum. Burk is a partner practicing primarily in the area of workers' compensation defense with a nationwide labor and employment firm and represents employers, insurers, and the self-insured in matters around the state of Georgia. He was previously a shareholder in a civil litigation firm.

Education: JD, Drake University Law School; BA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): Nevada, Georgia

CLS Courses: Contracts, Torts, Criminal Law, Introduction to Legal Analysis

Jason Burk, JD
Adjunct Faculty
Sheri Dennis
Sheri Dennis, JD
Adjunct Faculty

Sheri Dennis proudly joined the faculty at Concord in December 2018 as part of the Department of Legal Writing. She has worked as an adjunct professor at St. Thomas University School of Law in Florida where she has taught classes in legal research and writing as well as appellate advocacy. Dennis also has extensive experience teaching numerous online courses for the Legal Studies program at Keiser University. She began practicing law as an assistant regional counsel for the United States Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) in New York. Dennis represented HHS in administrative hearings and successfully argued an appeal before the Second Circuit.

Education: JD, Cardozo School of Law; BA, Barnard College

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): New York; Florida

Honors and Achievements: Recipient of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Exemplary Performance Award

Legal Focus: Appeals

CLS Courses: Introduction to Legal Analysis

Sheri Dennis, JD
Adjunct Faculty
Heather DeVincent-Cook
Heather DeVincent-Cook, JD
Adjunct Faculty

Heather DeVincent-Cook acts as a consultant offering legal advice to healthcare professionals regarding potential liability and compliance issues. She was a corporate attorney for National Health Services, a medical conglomerate which specialized in addictive medicine. DeVincent-Cook headed the risk analysis team for evaluating various office procedures to ensure proper procedure according to federal and state laws. She also has 17 years of teaching experience at several colleges and universities.

Education: JD, New England Law Boston; BS, Mount Ida College

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): Massachusetts

Legal Focus: Health law

CLS Courses: Contract Drafting, Medical Malpractice, Corporations I and II, Employment Law, Medical Products Liability

Heather DeVincent-Cook, JD
Adjunct Faculty
James Dodge
James Dodge, JD
Professor of Law

James Dodge taught undergraduates for 7 years before joining the faculty of Concord in 2000. He is heavily involved in curriculum revision and content creation for courses at Concord. Dodge serves as executive director of the Illinois Legislative Reference Bureau, a nonpartisan agency that drafts legislation for the Illinois state legislature. A former prosecutor and a former assistant attorney general of Illinois, he previously served as deputy chief counsel to the senate president, where he helped write the rules for the impeachment trial of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich and was part of a multi-year project to rewrite and modernize the Illinois Criminal Code and Unified Code of Corrections. Dodge is also a commissioner of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (the Uniform Laws Commission), serving on drafting and study committees for proposed uniform laws, including the Uniform Fiduciary Income and Principal Act (UFIPA). His research has been published in a number of law journals and professional publications.

Education: JD, Southern Illinois University School of Law; BS, University of Illinois

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): Illinois

Legal Focus: Contracts, estates, wills, trusts, real property, corporations and business organizations, limited liability partnerships, and the growth of entity treatment for partnership-based forms of business organization

CLS Courses: First Year Curriculum – Contracts, Criminal Law, Torts, Real Property, Wills and Trusts

James Dodge, JD
Professor of Law
Scott Johnson
Scott Johnson, JD
Professor of Law

While working toward his Juris Doctor from Franklin Pierce Law Center (now University of New Hampshire School of Law), Scott Johnson received grants from the school’s Public Interest Coalition to work on various activities for the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights, the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire, and the Claremont Coalition, which is responsible for the landmark Claremont School District v. Governor of New Hampshire decision that established education as a fundamental right under the New Hampshire Constitution. Johnson continued his public interest efforts at a private law firm, working on a range of cases including constitutional law, disability law, education law, employment law, and health law. He frequently appeared before administrative agencies, trial courts, the New Hampshire Supreme Court, and the First Circuit Court of Appeals. Johnson is admitted to practice before the New Hampshire Supreme Court, the First Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.

Education: JD, Franklin Pierce Law Center; BA, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Publications: Education Law: A Problem-Based Approach, Third Edition, LexisNexis (2015); Special Education Law, Fifth Edition, SAGE Publications (2014)

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): New Hampshire

CLS Courses: Administrative Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Education Law, Health Law, Special Education Law

Scott Johnson, JD
Professor of Law
Charles Katz
Charles Katz, JD
Adjunct Faculty

Charles Katz joined the adjunct faculty at Concord in 2017 teaching property law. He is employed as single family servicing and consumer affairs in-house counsel for HomeStreet Bank in Seattle, Washington. Katz is also licensed to practice law in California and provides legal counsel to the bank for its banking business in that state. Previously, he was senior counsel in the litigation department at RCO Legal, PC, a law firm specializing in creditor rights on the West Coast.

Education: JD, Concord Law School; BS, University of Houston

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): California and Washington

Honors and Achievements: Concord Law School, graduation with honors

Legal Focus: Real estate, secured transactions, consumer and business banking

CLS Courses: Real Estate

Charles Katz, JD
Adjunct Faculty
Rob Landry
Rob Landry, JD, PhD
Adjunct Faculty

Robert Landry has taught at Concord for over 10 years and has previously taught Torts, Contracts, Criminal Law, Real Property, and Administrative Law. He has practiced bankruptcy law for over 20 years, after first serving as a law clerk to a federal bankruptcy judge. Landry frequently lectures at continuing legal education (CLE) seminars and academic conferences on bankruptcy law and policy issues. He has published over forty articles dealing with bankruptcy law, commercial law, ethics, and public policy in established law journals.

Education: JD magna cum laude, University of Alabama School of Law; PhD, Auburn University; MA, Jacksonville State University; BS, University of North Alabama

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): Alabama; U.S. District Court, Northern District of Alabama

Publications: published in Rutgers Business Law Journal, Michigan State Journal of International Law, Mississippi Law Journal, American Bankruptcy Law Journal, and Policy Studies Journal

Memberships: Alabama State Bar, International Association of Consumer Law, Academy of Legal Studies in Business

Legal Focus: Bankruptcy law, policy issues

CLS Courses: Civil Procedure I and II, Administrative Law

Rob Landry, JD, PhD
Adjunct Faculty
Kelley Mauerman
Kelley Mauerman, JD
Professor of Law

Kelley Mauerman has expertise in curriculum and course development and has created Concord’s Professional Responsibility and Cross Professional Ethics courses. She also serves as the director of the externship program and as a competition coach for Concord’s moot court team. She was previously a full-time professor of lawyering skills at Whittier Law School, where she developed and taught courses in lawyering skills, professional responsibility, electronic discovery, and pretrial litigation. After graduation from law school, Mauerman clerked for Magistrate Judge Cynthia G. Aaron in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. She has practiced law in the area of wills, trusts, and estate planning and has presented at numerous regional and national conferences.

Education: JD cum laude, University of San Diego School of Law; BA, Northwestern University

Publications: (with Ernest Hadley and Eleanor Laws) Effective Summary Judgment Motions, Dewey Publications (2008)

“Starting from the Top: Using a Capstone Course to Begin Program Assessment in Legal Education,” Oklahoma City University Law Review 37 (2012)

“Using Formative Writing Assignments to Assess Student Learning Outcomes Across the Curriculum,” The Law Teacher (Spring 2012)

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): California

Honors and Achievements: Member of the Order of the Coif, University of San Diego School of Law

Memberships: Association of Legal Writing Directors, American Bar Association (ABA), Legal Writing Institute, State Bar of California, Orange County Bar Association

Legal Focus: Assessment in legal education, legal research and writing, legal ethics

CLS Courses: Introduction to Legal Analysis I and II, Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing, Professional Responsibility, Cross Professional Ethics

Kelley Mauerman, JD
Professor of Law
Vanessa Pierce Rollins
Vanessa Pierce Rollins, JD
Adjunct Faculty

Vanessa Pierce Rollins specializes in corporate and intellectual property law. Prior to moving to Washington State, Rollins served as senior counsel for international and legal affairs for the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining IPO, Rollins was a full-time law school professor at Wayne State University Law School and Ave Maria School of Law, teaching patent, copyright, trademark, and contracts courses. Rollins has written several intellectual property-related articles and lectured frequently for various organizations. Before becoming a professor, Rollins practiced intellectual property and corporate law for 8 years in private practice. She is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Education: JD cum laude, Notre Dame Law School; BS, The University of Utah

Publications: ”Trademark Fair Use: Braun® Versus the Bunny,” Marquette International Property Law Review (2009); “If It Walks Like Duck, and Quacks Like a Duck, Shouldn’t It Be a Duck? How a ‘Functional’ Approach Ameliorates the Discontinuity Between the ‘Primary Significance’ Tests for Genericness and Secondary Meaning,” New Mexico Law Review (2007)

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): California and Washington

Legal Focus: Intellectual property and corporate law

CLS Courses: Intellectual Property

Vanessa Pierce Rollins, JD
Adjunct Faculty
Melissa Racki
Melissa Racki, JD
Adjunct Faculty

Melissa Racki has been with Concord for over 10 years, first as an assistant dean of students and now teaching Legal Writing and Analysis. She has practiced as a plaintiff’s attorney, representing clients with Social Security Disability, ERISA, personal injury, and workers’ compensation claims. She specialized in Social Security and ERISA administrative hearings and appeals, and assisted in the preparation of the ERISA course outline and materials taught at Stetson University College of Law. She also worked as a Social Security law clerk for the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, drafting orders, reports, and recommendations for eight U.S. magistrates. Racki owns and operates a small online business selling hand knits and hand-spun yarns.

Education: JD, Stetson University College of Law; BA, University of Maryland University College Europe

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): Florida

CLS Courses: Introduction to Legal Analysis I and II

Melissa Racki, JD
Adjunct Faculty
Victoria Vidt
Victoria Vidt, JD
Professor of Law

Victoria Vidt is an assistant public defender in the Allegheny County Public Defender's Office in Pittsburgh, specializing in appellate advocacy. She has practiced in the appellate courts of Pennsylvania, and the United States Supreme Court. Vidt has presented many continuing education seminars in Pennsylvania, covering all stages of a criminal defense practice.

Education: JD cum laude, Duquesne University School of Law; BA, BA, University of Pittsburgh

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): Pennsylvania

Honors and Achievements: Member of Law Review, Duquesne University School of Law

Active in Allegheny County Bar Association, currently Vice-Chair

Publications Committee and Council member, Criminal Litigation Section

Section Editor, Criminal Division, Pittsburgh Legal Journal

Legal Focus: Criminal defense litigation, appellate advocacy

CLS Courses: Criminal Procedure

Victoria Vidt, JD
Professor of Law
Terry L. Watt
Terry Watt, JD, PhD
Adjunct Faculty

Terry Watt is a director in the Tulsa firm of Crowe & Dunlevy, P.C., in the IP group. He is a registered patent attorney and concentrates his practice in the field of intellectual property law as it relates to high-technology subject matters and computer and software law. In addition to his teaching at Concord, Watt has been an adjunct professor at The University of Tulsa College of Law. He is also a frequent speaker on patent law issues and has authored numerous articles on the topic.

Education: JD, University of Tulsa; PhD, University of Tulsa, Geophysics; MA, Princeton University, Statistics; MBA, University of Tulsa, Finance; BA, University of Tulsa, Mathematics

Publications: “How to Handle Gripe Sites Effectively,” Tulsa World, October 7, 2018

“Bird in the Hand — Are Tweets Considered Intellectual Property?” The Oklahoman, August 19, 2018

“Contractor Owns Software, Not Business,” Tulsa World, September 17, 2017

“Dealing with a Software Copyright Audit,” The Journal Record, July 20, 2016

“Common Mistakes Made by Inventors,” The Journal Record, June 8, 2016

“Protecting Your Company’s Trade Secrets,” The Journal Record, March 16, 2016

“Trademark Tips,” The Journal Record, July 1, 2015

“Offer Invalidates Patent,” The Journal Record, September 25, 2013

“Court Puts Brakes on Cars Claim,” The Journal Record, February 23, 2011

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): Oklahoma; admitted to practice before the federal courts of the Northern and Western Districts of Oklahoma and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

Honors and Achievements: Best Lawyers in America®: Copyright, Patent, Litigation (Intellectual Property), Trademark (2010–2019)

Best Lawyer of the Year: Patent (2014–2016)

Lawyer of the Year (Tulsa): Copyright (2019)

Oklahoma Super Lawyers® (2012–2016)

Chambers® ranked lawyer in Intellectual Property (2014–2018)

Memberships: American Intellectual Property Law Association, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, American Bar Association (ABA)

Legal Focus: Intellectual property, including patent prosecution, litigation, and client counseling on all aspects of intellectual property law

CLS Courses: Patent Law Fundamentals, Patent Claim Drafting, Patent Litigation, Patent Application Drafting, Intellectual Property Survey

Terry Watt, JD, PhD
Adjunct Faculty
Shandrea Williams
Shandrea Williams, JD
Professor of Law

Shandrea P. Williams is a full-time law professor teaching first-year and advanced courses at Concord, as well as a Faculty Senate member. She holds state and federal bar licenses and concentrates her practice in the field of criminal defense. In addition to teaching at Concord, Williams has been a law professor, administrator, and adjunct professor at the University of Mississippi, University of Florida, University of La Verne, and Wilberforce University. She is a frequent speaker on criminal law and procedure issues and volunteers and presents in the areas of domestic violence, sexual harassment, and human rights.

Education: JD, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law; BA, Southern University and A&M College

Publications: “National Consensus, Retributive Theory, and Foundations of Justice and Morality in Eighth Amendment Jurisprudence: A Response to Advocates of the Child Rape Death Penalty Statute in Kennedy v. Louisiana,” The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Race and Social Justice (2011); “Overrepresented in Lockup — Underrepresented on the Home Front: Creating a Blueprint for Quality Reintegration into Home and Family After Incarceration,” Ninth Annual National Fatherhood & Families Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, Program Booklet (2008)

Certifications and Bar Membership (State): Louisiana

Honors and Achievements: Recipient of Co-Teacher of the Year, Arizona Summit Law School

Recipient of Dean Jon Mills Excellent Service Award, University of Florida Levin College of Law

Recipient of Rahim Reed Outstanding Service Award, University of Florida Levin College of Law, Black Law Student Association

Recipient of Outstanding Service Award, Dean’s Recognition, Admissions Office Prospectus, University of Florida Levin College of Law

Recipient of Faculty/Student Appreciation Award, Edward Waters College

Recipient of Outstanding Achievements in Education award, Ebony magazine

Recipient of Dean Louis Westerfield Leadership Award, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law (awarded to the outstanding leader of each graduating class)

Recipient of Street Law Outstanding Service Award, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law

Member, moot court team, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law

Legal Focus: Criminal defense; contracts, mergers, and acquisitions; sports and entertainment

CLS Courses: Contracts, Criminal Law, Torts, Evidence, Real Property, Trial Advocacy

Shandrea Williams, JD
Professor of Law