Center for Teaching Excellence recognizes Prof. Herman
Duquesne University's Center for Teaching Excellence recognized the contributions of Professor Maryann Herman, director of the law school's academic excellence program, during the University's Celebration of Teaching Excellence on April 17, 2018.
Herman served on the University's Creative Teaching Award Committee. In addition to her contributions to the committee, the Celebration of Teaching Excellence recognized Herman as a "near peer leader."
At the law school, the assistant professor of clinical legal skills provides academic excellence workshops and individual academic counseling to students and teaches an Advanced Legal Reasoning course.
Prior to joining Duquesne Law, Herman served as the director of academic success and bar preparation studies at the Appalachian School of Law and taught Business Associations. She formerly worked at Barbri Bar Review and the Chicago Legal Clinic. Herman received her Juris Doctor from Wayne State University, where she was the editor-in-chief of the Wayne Law Review.
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