Seven faculty and staff members of Campbell Law School were honored for their service achievements at a virtual ceremony on Aug. 14. The “Years of Service” award goes to employees who have worked at the University from five to 45 years.
The following Campbell Law school employees were honored for their years of service at the event:
- Professor of Law Greg Wallace, who teaches constitutional law with an emphasis on religious freedom, the right to arms, free speech and constitutional interpretation, was honored for 25 years of service to the law school.
- Associate Professor of Law Johnny Chriscoe, who teaches torts, insurance law, trial and appellate advocacy and personal property, and has also coached trial teams, was honored for serving 25 years at the law school.
- Library Technical Assistant II Anne Powell, who manages department workflow of updates, enters new titles and volumes into the integrated library system and oversees the updating of the library collection, was honored for serving 20 years at the law school.
- Director of Academic Support & Bar Success Sha Hinds-Glick, who provides individual counseling and academic guidance for students as well as administers group programs and seminars designed for academic enhancement, was honored for 10 years of service at the law school.
- Faculty Executive Assistant Christine Nunn, who works with the Community Law Clinic and the Trial Advocacy Program, was honored for her 10 years of service at the law school.
- Assistant Registrar Annemarie Loftus, who as part of her duties has helped convert her department files to digital over the past few years, was honored for her five years of service at the law school.
- Facilities Manager James Ranieri, who in his own words “does everything except teach,” was honored for his five years of service at the law school.
The virtual ceremony can be seen at the following link.