Joseline Jean-Louis Hardrick will join WMU-Cooley Law School’s Tampa Bay campus as visiting professor teaching Constitutional Law. Hardrick will join the law school’s faculty on July 15.
“Ms. Hardrick brings with her a wealth of constitutional knowledge to WMU-Cooley, including experience at the federal court level,” said WMU-Cooley Associate Daniel Matthews. “We are proud to bring her on board to help our law students with the depth of constitutional law.”
Hardrick is the founder and director of Diversity Access Pipeline, a nonprofit organization that promotes diversity and creates access for law students. The Tampa attorney recently received the 2019 Florida Young Lawyers Division Diversity Award for her work with DAP.
Previously, Hardrick has served as a judicial law clerk at U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida for the Hon. Charlene Edwards-Honeywell and the Hon. James Moody Jr.; litigation associate with Bush Ross P.A.; and barrister in the Wm. Reece Smith Jr. Litigation Inn, American Inns of Court. The Brooklyn, New York native is a recent graduate of the Hillsborough County Bar Association Bar Leadership Institute.
Hardrick received a Bachelor of Arts in African-American studies from Fordham University in New York, New York, and a Juris Doctor from Florida State University-College of Law.