Legal Methods Faculty Profiles: Amanda Smith
Legal Methods Professor Amanda Smith teaches students valuable legal research and writing skills.
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Legal Methods Faculty
The Legal Methods faculty has substantial teaching experience and a strong commitment to teaching and promoting legal writing. Widener's Legal Methods Professors have published; presented at regional, national, and international conferences; taught continuing legal education courses; and are actively involved in the Legal Writing Institute, AALS sections, and the Delaware Valley Legal Writing Consortium. Faculty members have earned recognition for their work in legal writing, including winning a First ALWD Teaching Grant, and LWI & ALWD Scholarship Grants.

All full-time Legal Methods professors practiced law before teaching. The group includes professors with law firm, solo practice, public defender, in-house counsel and public interest experience. Several professors also served as judicial clerks for various courts, including federal district courts, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court, and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

Full Time Legal Methods Faculty

Adjunct Legal Methods Faculty