Diverse Faculty at Widener Law

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Dean Linda Ammons
An accomplished lawyer, professor, and administrator, Dean Ammons is the first woman and the first African American to lead the Widener University School of Law.
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John Culhane
Professor John G. Culhane is the Director of Widener Law's nationally recognized Health Law Institute and has been regularly featured in national and local broadcast and print media on a wide range of topics including the rights of same-sex couples, public health issues, and tort law.
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Tonya Evans
Tonya M. Evans is an Assistant Professor of Law at the Harrisburg Campus of Widener University School of Law with expertise in the areas of intellectual property, entertainment law (literary and music), municipal finance, and trusts & estates.
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Iva Johnson Ferrell
Iva Johnson Ferrell is a Legal Writing Professor at Widener's Delaware campus.
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Sydney Howe-Barksdale
Sydney Howe-Barksdale is the Director of the Public Interest Resource Center and a Professor of Legal Methods at the Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware.
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Andre L. Smith
Andre L. Smith is an associate professor of law at Widener Law School in Wilmington, Delaware, where he teaches classes on administrative law and federal income tax.
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Serena M. Williams
Serena M. Williams is a Professor of Law and Assistant Dean of Student Affairs on the Delaware campus.
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Starla J. Williams
Starla J. Williams is a Professor of Legal Methods on the Harrisburg campus and serves as faculty advisor to the Black Law Students Association as well as academic advisor to first-year law students.

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