Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Dawn Anderson Wins Award for Teaching Excellence at the University of Iowa

Dawn Barker Anderson, Professor of Legal Analysis, Writing & Research at the University of Iowa, has been awarded the President and Provost’s Award for Teaching Excellence, the highest teaching award at the University of Iowa.

Professor Anderson graduated with highest honors from the University of Northern Iowa in 1992, and with high distinction from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1995. She practiced law at Meardon, Sueppel & Downer P.L.C.in Iowa City for five years, concentrating her practice on corporate and distribution law. She then went to work as the first in-house lawyer for ACT, where she worked for six years. She joined the University of Iowa College of Law in 2005 when she started teaching Legal Analysis, Writing and served as Associate Director of the Writing Resource Center. She then joined the Faculty of the University of Iowa in 2009 as an Assistant Professor of Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research.

Congratulations on this important recognition.

Hat tip to Caroline Sheerin.



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