Visiting Professor and Assistant Dean of Career and Professional Development
B.A. Kalamazoo College, 1984
J.D. St. Louis University Law School, 1987
Professor Fadler is a Visiting Assistant Professor and the Assistant Dean of Career and Professional Development.
She teaches Evidence, as well as Personal and Professional Responsibility, chairs the Student Career and Professional Development Faculty Committee, and is responsible for the overall strategic development of career services and employer relations programs.
Assistant Dean Fadler supervises the collection, maintenance, and verification of law graduate employment data for the school. She also develops and supervises pro bono opportunities that match students with courts and law-related organizations with a focus on serving indigent and under-served members of the community.
Before joining WMU-Cooley, Professor Fader was an attorney with Collins Einhorn Farrell PC, in Southfield, Michigan where she defended professionals in medical and legal malpractice cases. She was previously an attorney with Kitch Drutchas Wagner Valitutti & Sherbrook PC, in Detroit, practicing medical malpractice defense, and an attorney with Roberts Perryman & Bomkamp PC, in St. Louis, Missouri, practicing insurance defense.
She is a member of the State Bar of Michigan and the United States Supreme Court, and has previously been admitted to the bars of Illinois and Missouri, where she currently holds inactive status.
Assistant Dean Fadler serves as an Oakland County Bar Foundation Lifetime Fellow, is a member of the Thomas M. Cooley Society, sponsors an annual scholarship for the Walled Lake Consolidated Schools, and is member of the Kalamazoo College Alumni Pre-Law Society.