Hamline News

Dunnewold speaks at workshop


Legal Research and Writing Instructor Mary Dunnewold spoke at the Legal Writing Institute Workshop at Texas Wesleyan School of Law last week. Dunnewold joined Mark Burge, associate professor of law at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, and Karen Koch, assistant professor of law at the University of Arkansas School of Law, to present, "Preparing Practice Ready Students: Bringing the Real World into the Classroom."

Dunnewold also has been named Hamline Law's associate dean of academic affairs, beginning in January 2013. She replaces Dean Ed Butterfoss, who will return to the Hamline Law faculty as a professor of law. In addition to teaching legal research and writing, Dunnewold currently serves as the acting editor for Hamline Law's Journal of Law and Religion. She has taught legal research and writing at Hamline Law since 1993. Dunnewold is the co-author of Judicial Clerkships: A Practical Guide, with her colleagues Beth Honetschlager and Brenda Tofte, and writes a professionalism column for the ABA Student Lawyer magazine.

Learn more:
2012 Legal Writing Institute Workshops
Faculty Biography: Mary Dunnewold