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SU Law Chancellor Search Committee announces applicants - Thursday, January 21, 2016


A Southern University System Board of Supervisors' Chancellor Search Committee charged with assisting the SU System with selecting a new chancellor for the Southern University Law Center (SULC), announces applicants for the position.

The 14-member committee chaired by SULC alumnus Dwayne Murray, partner, Murray and Murray Law Firm, will evaluate and review the applicantsí qualifications and application packets and narrow the list to three semi-finalists.

The new chancellor will replace Freddie Pitcher Jr. who stepped down as SULC chancellor in June 2015.

The applicants are:

Joan R. Bullock, associate dean for academic affairs, associate dean for teaching and faculty development, Florida A&M University College of Law, earned a bachelorís degree from Michigan State University, MBA from the University of Michigan, and juris doctorate from the University of Toledo College of Law.

Preston Castille Jr., partner, Taylor, Porter, Brooks & Phillips, LLP, received his undergraduate degree from Southern University Baton Rouge, and juris doctorate from Tulane University School of Law.

Monique M. Edwards, general counsel, Family First Medical Clinic, Plaquemine, consultant, South Louisiana Methanol, LLC, and adjunct professor Southern University Law Center. Her bachelorís degree is from St. Maryís Dominican College, and juris doctorate from the Southern University Law Center.

John Michael Guidry, State Appellate Court judge, Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal, has a bachelorís degree from Louisiana State University and juris doctorate from the Southern University Law Center.

Alexander Daniel Hamilton VI
, higher education consultant, earned an undergraduate degree in physics and engineering from Morris Brown College, masterís degree in education from Georgia State University, masterís degree in divinity from Yale University Divinity School, a MBA from Howard University School of Business, a juris doctorate from Howard University School of Law, and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Russell Jones, vice chancellor for academic affairs, earned a bachelorís degree from Northeast Louisiana University, a juris doctorate from the Southern University Law Center, and a master of law from Georgetown University Law Center.

John K. Pierre, interim chancellor, Southern University Law Center, received a bachelorís degree from Southern University Baton Rouge, a masterís degree from Texas Tech, and juris doctorate from Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law.

Jay Robinson, municipal judge, City of Dallas, Texas, earned a bachelorís degree from the University of Texas at Austin, and a juris doctorate from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law.

Roederick C. White Sr., vice chancellor for student affairs, Southern University Law Center, earned a bachelorís degree from Southern University, and a MBA and a juris doctorate from Wayne State University.

The SULC Chancellor Search Committeeís next meeting will be announced.

 

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