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August 21, 2008

Oregon Law Welcomes Visiting Professor Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff

Oregon Law is pleased to welcome Visiting Professor Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff. Fordyce-Ruff co-authored the recently published book Idaho Legal Research with Suzanne Rowe, director of Oregon Law’s Legal Research and Writing Program.

Professor Fordyce-Ruff received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wyoming and earned her juris doctorate from the University of Oregon School of Law, where she was managing editor of the Oregon Law Review, served for two years as a tutor for the Legal Research and Writing Program, and participated in the National Appellate Advocacy Moot Court competition.

Following her graduation from law school, Professor Fordyce-Ruff served as clerk for the Hon. Judge Joel Horton of the Fourth Judicial District in Idaho and later for Justice Roger S. Burdick at the Idaho Supreme Court.

Professor Fordyce-Ruff teaches Legal Research and Writing I and II, and Advanced Legal Research as a full year visitor.
 

 
 

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