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Published on Apr 20, 2010
Dr. Mary Virginia Moore Johnson, professor of business law at Southeast Missouri State University, has been appointed as the first faculty fellow for the Supreme Court of Missouri.
Johnson will serve in this role while on sabbatical leave from the University. Her services to the Supreme Court of Missouri will begin Aug. 15 and end May 15, 2011.
As a faculty fellow, Johnson will develop, implement and assess a state-wide Faculty Fellowship program for the Court to be instituted upon the completion of her appointment. She also will act as a consultant to the Coordinating Commission for Judicial Education, which is responsible for setting policy for judicial branch education. In her role as Faculty Fellow, she also will develop and coordinate a statewide judicial public outreach program. This will include creating, compiling and disseminating presentation materials and training judicial speakers.