Professor Carol Anderson named one of the first Pound Institute Academic Fellows
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Office of Communications and Public Relations
May 22, 2013
The officers and trustees of the Pound Civil Justice Institute have asked Professor Carol Anderson of Wake Forest University School of Law to become one of the first Pound Academic Fellows.
This new membership category has been instituted by the Pound Institute Board of Trustees as a way to formalize outreach to the academic community and to make it possible to identify, and consult easily with, academics who have special expertise in areas of interest to the Institute.
The Pound Civil Justice Institute is a national legal “think tank” created by pioneering members of the trial bar and dedicated to ensuring access to justice for ordinary citizens. Through its activities, the Institute works to give lawyers, judges, legal educators and the public a balanced view of the issues affecting the U.S. civil justice system.
For more information about the Institute and its activities, visit http://poundinstitute.org.
Anderson is one of the nation’s leading trial advocacy educators. She has been recognized for teaching excellence by the American Association for Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America), and by the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. She is also a Fellow of the American Bar Association. The litigation clinic and trial advocacy program that she leads at WFU has received the $50,000 Gumpert Award for Excellence in Teaching Trial Advocacy from ABA. Professor Anderson is the author of three highly regarded trial advocacy textbooks and is currently working on her fourth and fifth textbooks.