Linda Kisabeth

 

Kisabeth Linda

Professor

A.B.A. Cleary College 1986
B.S. Eastern Michigan University 1994
J.D., cum laude, WMU-Cooley Law School 1998

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Linda K. Kisabeth first joined the WMU-Cooley Law School faculty as an adjunct professor in 1998, teaching Introduction to Law, Law Practice, and Scholarly Writing. In 2008, she became a visiting faculty member, teaching Intentional Torts in WMU-Cooley’s Professional Exploration Program, as well as Torts I and Contracts I. Now as a full-time faculty member and tenured professor, Professor Kisabeth has taught Torts I, Torts II and Equity & Remedies and currently teaches Contracts I and Contracts II. Professor Kisabeth also served as an adjunct professor at Lansing Community College teaching Legal Interviewing and Investigation.

During her time as an adjunct professor, she was employed as associate general counsel with Delta Dental Plan of Michigan, Inc., for almost 10 years. Prior to that she was employed as an associate attorney with Hubbard, Fox, Thomas, White & Bengtson, P.C., in Lansing, Michigan. While a student at WMU-Cooley, she was on the Dean's List and the Honor Roll, won the Alumni Association’s Distinguished Student Award, and served as editor-in-chief of WMU-Cooley’s Journal of Practical & Clinical Law, and as vice president of the Criminal Law Society. She also earned a certificate from the University of San Diego's Institute on International and Comparative Law while studying at Oxford University in England.

Professor Kisabeth is admitted to the State Bar of Michigan; and the Federal District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan. She is a member of the board of directors for WMU-Cooley’s Sixty Plus, Inc., Elderlaw Clinic, is a member of the American Bar Association and the Oakland County Bar Association, and serves as an Oakland County Bar Foundation Fellow. Professor Kisabeth also serves on the State Bar of Michigan Character and Fitness District Committee

Bibliography

Articles (Law Reviews and Law Journals)

  • Linda Kisabeth, The Professional Exploration Program: An Alternative Law School Admission Process, 1 J. of Scholastic Inquiry: Educ. 9 (2013).
  • Linda Kisabeth, Slayer Statutes and Elder Abuse: Good Intentions, Right Results? Does Michigan's Amended Slayer Statute Do Enough to Protect the Elderly?, 26 Quinnipiac Prob. L.J. 373 (2013).
  • Linda Kisabeth, Vine v. City of Lansing Police Dep't: Adoptees and Wrongful Death Damages: The Legal Ties That Bind, 5 T.M. Cooley J. Prac. & Clinical L. 201 (2002).

Short Works

  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 77 Mich. B.J., Oct. 1998, at 1120.
  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 77 Mich. B.J., Sept. 1998, at 986.
  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 77 Mich. B.J., July 1998, at 734.
  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 77 Mich. B.J., June 1998 at 598.
  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 77 Mich. B.J., May 1998 at 472.
  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 77 Mich. B.J., Mar. 1998 at 336.
  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 77 Mich. B.J., Feb. 1998 at 220.
  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 77 Mich. B.J., Jan. 1998 at 104.
  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 76 Mich. B.J., Dec. 1997 at 1368.
  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 76 Mich. B.J., Nov. 1997 at 1240.
  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 76 Mich. B.J., Oct. 1997 at 1122.
  • Linda K. Mullins, Note, Michigan Opinion Notes, 76 Mich. B.J., Sept. 1997 at 1006.

Presentations

  • Linda Kisabeth, Presentation, The Professional Exploration Program: An Alternative Law School Admission Process (Hawaii University International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 2012; Center for Scholastic Inquiry’s International Academic Research Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, April 2013)(Professor Kisabeth won the award for Best Presentation for Educational Track, Afternoon Session).

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