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Norah Wylie

visiting assistant professor of legal reasoning, research & writing


Norah Wylie

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Visiting Assistant Professor
Law School

Office Location
Law School




B.A., State University of New York at Albany; M.A., J.D., Boston College.


Activities: Panel moderator, Boston College Third World Law Journal Symposium, “Ensuring an ‘Adequate’ Education for Our Nation’s Youth: How We Can Overcome the Barriers,” BC Law in April 2006. Organized a panel on student leadership for the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) 2004 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, in January.

Appointments: Appointed to a two-year term on the AALS Section on Student Services Executive Committee.


Fall 2015: Legal Reasoning, Research and Writing
Spring 2016: No courses taught


With Alexis Anderson. "Beyond the ADA: How Clinics Can Assist Law Students with 'Non-Visible" Disabilities to Bridge the Accommodations Gap Between Classroom and Practice." Clinical Law Review  15, no.1 (Fall 2008): 1-53.