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  • Thomas C. Britton | School of Law | SIU
    named to his first Vice Chancellor Vice President post at age thirty six During his seventeen years in University central administration he served as Administrative Counsel to the SIU Board of Trustees Executive Assistant chief of staff to the President Vice Chancellor President for Administration and Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement He joined the SIU School of Law on a full time basis in early 1992 as associate dean He was the first SIU Law graduate to hold that post He was also the first SIU graduate to serve as Acting Dean 1995 96 Professor Britton taught courses in the area of public law including administrative law legislative and administrative process state and local government law and education law He also taught and practiced negotiation for many years and he continues to teach at SIU Law and elsewhere periodically As Director of Graduate Legal Studies Professor Britton oversaw the development and inclusion of the first non JD graduate programs of the law school the Master of Legal Studies MLS program and the Master of Law LLM program In addition he launched the school s first semester in practice program and was an early adopter of distance learning technologies As chair of the clinic and experiential learning committee he led the school s efforts to organize and regularize experiential education in the law school curriculum Related to education law Professor Britton served along with a colleague from the SIU College of Education as a senior consultant to Illinois State Board of Education and trained administrative law judges who heard cases involving special need students Professor Britton gives his volunteer time to a variety of causes At SIU in the years immediately prior to his retirement from the University he served as chair of the University Graduate Council the first law professor

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  • Melissa Day | School of Law | SIU
    for Alumni Our People Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Faculty Breadcrumb Navigation Home Our People Faculty Adjunct Faculty Melissa Day Share this page Melissa Day Adjunct Professor of Law Melissa Day completed her B A in 1984 at Ottawa University in Kansas She attended the University of Kansas School of Law receiving her J D in 1988 She worked for the Sedgwick County Kansas Public Defender s Office and the Federal Public Defender s Office in Honolulu Hawaii before transferring to the Southern District of Illinois in 1994 Melissa is now the Senior Litigator for the Southern District of Illinois Federal Public Defender s Office Melissa is a member of the Bar Association for the Central and Southern Districts of Illinois serving on the Education Committee and the Illinois Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers e mail ma day frontier com Courses 537 Trial Advocacy Lab Left Sidebar Secondary Navigation Adjunct Faculty Valery Behan Jason Caraway Christine Chance Erica Nichols Cook Melissa Day Dana Frazier Shawn Grindstaff Patricia Hoke James Hopkins Thomas Leggans Michele Mekel Thomas E Margolis George A Norwood Robert

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  • Thomas Leggans | School of Law | SIU
    Rules Honor Code Career Services Prospective Students Information for Employers Current Students Information for Alumni Our People Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Faculty Breadcrumb Navigation Home Our People Faculty Adjunct Faculty Thomas Leggans Share this page Thomas Leggans Adjunct Professor of Law Tom Leggans attended law school at Southern Illiniois University where he was an editor of the Law Journal He aso was a member of the International Moot Court team and won the regional national and international awards for Best Brief Leggans earned his J D summa cum laude in 1989 and clerked for United States District Court Judge James L Foreman After his clerkship Leggans joined the United States Department of Justice where he has been a trial attorney in its Criminal Division since 1991 Courses 537 Trial Advocacy Lab Left Sidebar Secondary Navigation Adjunct Faculty Valery Behan Jason Caraway Christine Chance Erica Nichols Cook Melissa Day Dana Frazier Shawn Grindstaff Patricia Hoke James Hopkins Thomas Leggans Michele Mekel Thomas E Margolis George A Norwood Robert Patino Marsha Ryan William Sherwood Diane Speir Sarah Taylor Julie Thompson Timothy Ting

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/our-people/faculty/adjunct/leggans.html (2016-02-12)
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  • George A. Norwood | School of Law | SIU
    George A Norwood is an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois a position he has held since 1998 In this position he conducts and directs criminal investigations organizes and presents evidence in pre trial hearings trials sentencing hearings and other court related procedures and handles appeals and prepares briefs before the appellate courts Professor Norwood previously served as the assistant dean for admissions and student affairs at the SIU School of Law 1997 98 as an associate in the employment litigation and employee benefits sections of the Indianapolis law firm of Ice Miller Donadio and Ryan 1994 97 and as law clerk for the Honorable Robert L Miller Jr U S District Judge for the Northern District of Indiana 1992 94 He holds a B S in Business Administration from Roosevelt University and a J D from Southern Illinois University where he was a Notes and Comments Editor for the Southern Illinois University Law Journal and a member of the ABA Moot Court team which placed fourth in the national finals in 1991 Since October 2005 Professor Norwood has served as co host of InFocus a weekly television show on WSIU Public Television that spotlights the

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  • Timothy Ting
    an advocate and an educator Presently Professor Ting works as an Assistant Public Defender in Jackson County Illinois where he handles a wide array of felony cases Additionally Professor Ting teaches for both the Southern Illinois University School of Law as well as the Southern Illinois University Paralegal Studies Program Professor Ting s prior practice experience includes roles at both the appellate level as an Appellate Prosecutor for the Fifth Appellate District of Illinois as well as the trial level as an Assistant Public Defender in Williamson County Illinois Professor Ting s teaching experience includes teaching PARL 300B Legal Analysis Research Writing II PARL 380 Law Office Technology and LAW 537 Trial Advocacy Professor Ting received his A A degree English Summa Cum Laude from John A Logan College his B S degree Paralegal Studies Summa Cum Laude from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and his J D degree Moot Court Board Order of the Barristers from Southern Illinois University School of Law Professor Ting has received numerous accolades during the tenure of his legal career including the following the Young Lawyer of the Year Award Illinois State Bar Association 2015 the Outstanding Teacher Award Southern Illinois University College of Liberal Arts Non Tenure Track Faculty 2015 the Fifth Best Appellate Brief Award American Bar Association Appellate Competition 2008 the Moot Court Champion Award Southern Illinois University School of Law Appellate Competition 2006 the Best Appellate Oralist Award Southern Illinois University School of Law Appellate Competition 2006 and the Best Appellate Brief Award Southern Illinois University School of Law Appellate Competition 2006 Professor Ting s written work has appeared in the Illinois Bar Journal and several of his cases have become published precedent in Illinois law He is a member of both the Jackson County Bar Association as well as the

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  • Concentrations | School of Law | SIU
    Programs Curriculum Clinics Centers Programs Field Experiences Journals Semester Information Rules Honor Code Career Services Prospective Students Information for Employers Current Students Information for Alumni Our People Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Curriculum Breadcrumb Navigation Home Academics Curriculum Concentrations Share this page Concentrations Southern Illinois University School of Law offers a wide variety of courses and educational experiences to its students The material accessible from this page is designed to help students select courses that will be best suited to their career goals Students can use the topical links to the side to identify the courses and special programs including specializations and concurrent degrees that are related to a particular area of the law or law practice In addition each link also lists the names of the faculty members who teach in the specified area Students are encouraged to contact these faculty members not only for information about their courses but also for guidance about the topic in general Left Sidebar Secondary Navigation Concentrations Business Corporations Labor Law Criminal Law Environmental Law Family Law and Estate Planning Health Law Intellectual Property

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  • Specializations | School of Law | SIU
    Share this page Specializations Specializations help students gain a deeper knowledge of a particular area of the law while demonstrating to potential employers their genuine interest and growing expertise in the field Find information below about each of the opportunities offered for students to earn a transcript notation and certificate acknowledging their completion of a specially designed course of study in a particular area of law practice To help with

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  • Civil Practice/Elderly Clinic | School of Law | SIU
    Friends Employers Clinics Breadcrumb Navigation Home Academics Clinics Civil Practice Elderly Share this page Civil Practice Elderly Clinic Student Programs The Civil Practice Elderly Clinic is open to any student who has completed the first year of legal studies and is in good academic standing See the School of Law Rules relating to Clinics and Field Placements document for more details about enrollment in clinical courses Public Programs The Legal

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/clinics/civil-practice-clinic/index.html (2016-02-12)
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