Michele StruffolinoAssistant Dean of Students and Associate Professor of Law
EducationJ.D., magna cum laude New England School of Law, 1989
M.Ed., Boston University, 1972
B.A., cum laude Boston College, 1979
Michele N. Struffolino is an Associate Professor of Law at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center. She teaches Lawyering Skills and Values I and II and Property. She also teaches Legal Reasoning and Research and the Independent Research Seminar for the On-Line Master of Science in Law Program. Prior to joining the faculty at Nova, Professor Struffolino taught Legal Research and Writing II (an appellate advocacy, research and writing course) to second year law students at New England School of Law. Professor Struffolino also lectured in the areas of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Constitutional Law for a Bar Exam Preparation Program offered at New England School of Law, Suffolk University Law School and Northeastern University School of Law. Professor Struffolino assisted students prepare for the multistate and essay portions of the bar exam as well as the Multistate Performance Test. Professor Struffolino has twenty years litigation and practice experience and is a member of the Massachusetts Bar and the New Hampshire State and Federal Bars. Prior to joining the Nova faculty, she managed her own private practice and supervised associate attorneys. Her law firm offered assistance in civil and criminal litigation matters and real estate transactions. As a Certified Marital Mediator in Massachusetts, a Court Appointed Family Court Conciliator in Essex County, Massachusetts and a trained Collaborative Lawyer, Professor Struffolino was dedicated to providing litigation options to families in crisis.