Meg ChandelleDirector of Advanced Lawyering Skills & Values & Adjunct Professor of Law
EducationB.S., American University,
M.B.A., Fordham University,
J.D., University of Miami,
Adjunct professor Meg Chandelle is a long time member of the NSU Law Community. She presently serves as the Law Center’s Director of the Advanced Lawyering Skills & Values program, working with and mentoring adjunct professors who teach in the J.D. degree program, and facilitating student engagement in curricular opportunities that will help students make the transition to ethical, competent, and modern practitioners of law. Adjunct professor Chandelle is also a member of the Dean’s Senior Administrator team and the faculty Adjuncts Committee. Throughout her legal career, Adjunct professor Chandelle litigated family law cases and practiced in the areas of real estate and business law, counseling clients in employment, licensing, and contract matters. She began her work at the Law Center as the Director of Clinical Programs. In that capacity, she created the administrative framework for the Program, which includes multiple clinics, and developed partnerships with legal communities in South Florida, nationally, and internationally to establish student field based training opportunities. She worked with the Florida Supreme Court and the bar associations and courts of a number of other states to certify students for in court supervised representation of live clients, and collaborated closely with in-house clinic directors and staff.
Adjunct Professor Chandelle is a member of the Florida Bar Association, Litigation section, and the American Bar Association, Legal Education section, and has completed the Florida Supreme Court Circuit Civil Mediation training. For the NSU Law Center, Adjunct Professor Chandelle has taught Civil Pretrial Practice in the J.D. program, Criminal Procedure in the AAMPLE program, and co-developed a Florida Constitutional Law training module for the Law Center’s Bar Preparation initiative.