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Background Information

Employment History

Phoenix Law Review


Vice President of Student Affairs

Edward Waters College


Director of Admissions and Special Programs

University of Florida College of Law


Affiliations

Louisiana Bar Association

Member


National Bar Association

Member


Delta Sigma Theta Sorority , Inc.

Member


CharlotteLaw

Announces Board of Trustees Member


Education

J.D.

Loyola University School of Law , New Orleans


Bachelor of English degree

Southern University A&M College


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Charlotte School of Law

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SHANDREA P. WILLIAMS, Assistant Professor of Law and Interim Director, Academic Support ProgramSpecializes in torts, contracts, criminal law, sports and entertainment law and employment discrimination law. Prior to joining PhoenixLaw, Assistant Professor Williams was Assistant to the Dean and Adjunct Professor of the University of Mississippi School of Law, Director of Admissions and Special Programs of the University of Florida College Levin College of Law and Vice-President of Student Affairs of Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, FL.She also interned with ProServ Sports Agency in Phoenix and provided support to the Minnesota Vikings Football Club.Her research interests focus on diversity in education; she has written in the areas of diversification/affirmative action in higher education, criminal law, sports and entertainment law, employment discrimination law and higher education law.


Charlotte School of Law

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Shandrea Williams Joins PhoenixLaw Faculty and Admissions Office


Charlotte School of Law

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Shandrea Williams Joins PhoenixLaw Faculty and Admissions OfficeCharlotte School of LawShandrea Williams Joins PhoenixLaw Faculty and Admissions OfficeShandrea Williams Joins Phoenix Faculty and Admissions OfficeShandrea P. Williams has recently become the newest member of the Phoenix International School of Law faculty as an assistant professor and interim director of admissions and academic support, as well as consultant for academic success/support.She will teach Torts I and Torts II, but also has experience teaching Criminal Law, Contracts, Employment Discrimination Law, and Sports and Entertainment Law.Assistant Professor Williams comes to PhoenixLaw with an impressive education and teaching background.She received her J.D. in 1994 from Loyola University School of Law, New Orleans, where she accrued several honors and awards including the Shell Oil Scholarship, Trial Practice Book Award, Moot Court membership, and recognition for her skills in Mediation & Arbitration.She received her Bachelor of English degree from Southern University A&M College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she graduated cum laude.She received several honors and awards, including the President's Scholarship, Alumni Scholarship, Lambda Iota Tau English Fraternity recognition, and Outstanding Student Awards.Prior to joining PhoenixLaw's faculty, Assistant Professor Williams held positions at several major schools.She was assistant to the dean and adjunct professor of the University of Mississippi Law School, director of admissions and special programs of the University of Florida College of Law, and the vice president of student affairs at Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Florida.She also interned with ProServ Sports Agency in Phoenix and the Minnesota Vikings Football Club. Assistant Professor Williams' research interests cover several facets of the law, with a focus on affirmative action and diversity in legal training, but also cover aspects of criminal law and sports and entertainment law.She is a member of the Louisiana Bar Association, National Bar Association, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Assistant Professor Williams recently sat on the InfiLaw panel at Kaplan's Law School Edge event in Scottsdale.


Charlotte School of Law

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Shandrea Williams Joins PhoenixLaw Faculty and Admissions OfficeShandrea Williams Joins PhoenixLaw Faculty and Admissions OfficeAdmission Advisor India Borba (left) speaks with new faculty member Shandrea P. WilliamsShandrea P. Williams has recently become the newest member of the Phoenix International School of Law faculty as an assistant professor and interim director of admissions and academic support, as well as consultant for academic success/support.She will teach Torts I and Torts II, but also has experience teaching Criminal Law, Contracts, Employment Discrimination Law, and Sports and Entertainment Law.Read more


Phoenix International School of Law

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Shandrea Williams Joins PhoenixLaw Faculty and Admissions Office Shandrea Williams Joins Phoenix Faculty and Admissions OfficeShandrea P. Williams has recently become the newest member of the Phoenix International School of Law faculty as an assistant professor and interim director of admissions and academic support, as well as consultant for academic success/support.She will teach Torts I and Torts II, but also has experience teaching Criminal Law, Contracts, Employment Discrimination Law, and Sports and Entertainment Law.Assistant Professor Williams comes to PhoenixLaw with an impressive education and teaching background.She received her J.D. in 1994 from Loyola University School of Law, New Orleans, where she accrued several honors and awards including the Shell Oil Scholarship, Trial Practice Book Award, Moot Court membership, and recognition for her skills in Mediation & Arbitration.She received her Bachelor of English degree from Southern University A&M College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she graduated cum laude.She received several honors and awards, including the President's Scholarship, Alumni Scholarship, Lambda Iota Tau English Fraternity recognition, and Outstanding Student Awards.Prior to joining PhoenixLaw's faculty, Assistant Professor Williams held positions at several major schools.She was assistant to the dean and adjunct professor of the University of Mississippi Law School, director of admissions and special programs of the University of Florida College of Law, and the vice president of student affairs at Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Florida.She also interned with ProServ Sports Agency in Phoenix and the Minnesota Vikings Football Club. Assistant Professor Williams' research interests cover several facets of the law, with a focus on affirmative action and diversity in legal training, but also cover aspects of criminal law and sports and entertainment law.She is a member of the Louisiana Bar Association, National Bar Association, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Assistant Professor Williams recently sat on the InfiLaw panel at Kaplan's Law School Edge event in Scottsdale.


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