B.A. Fordham University
J.D. Florida State University College of Law
Professor Hardrick joined WMU-Cooley Law School in July 2019. She most recently served as a federal judicial law clerk for the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, in Tampa, Florida.
She is the founder and director of Diversity Access Pipeline. Inc. (DAP), a nonprofit organization that runs a scholarship and leadership development program that promotes diversity and creates access for law students. The Tampa attorney recently received The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division 2019 Diversity Award for her work with DAP. She is also a graduate of the Hillsborough County Bar Association Bar Leadership Institute.
Previous to working for judges Charlene Edwards Honeywell and James S. Moody Jr., at the court, Professor Hardrick was a litigation association with Bush Ross, P.A., in Tampa. She was designated a Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine in both 2013 and 2016.
Professor Hardrick has worked as an exam reader for the Florida Board of Bar Examiners, and a Guardian ad Litem for the Sixth Judicial Circuit. She served as a board member for Solita’s House Inc., an organization offering first-time homebuyer education classes. She is also a former board member and current sustaining member of the George Edgecomb Bar Association.
- Joseline Hardrick, The BLI Program Offers Mentors to Develop Leadership Skills, 28 Lawyer, Mar.-Apr. 2018, at 16.
- Joseline Hardrick, Reflections from the Bar Leadership Institute Class of 2017-18, 28 Lawyer, Summer 2018, at 24.
- The Pro Se Problem: Practical Tips for Problem Solving with Pro Se Litigants, The Florida Bar 1 Credit CLE George Edgecomb Bar Assoc., Nov. 16, 2017 available on YouTube here: