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Amy D. Ronner

Professor of Law

B.A., Beloit College
M.A., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
J.D., University of Miami, magna cum laude

Amy D. Ronner has taught at St. Thomas University School of Law since 1992. In 2002-03, she was a Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Miami School of Law. With a background and several degrees in Creative Writing and English Language and Literature, she also has taught English as a Teaching Fellow at the University of Michigan and as a Lecturer at the University of Miami. A prolific author, she has published several books as well as articles in the Columbia Human Rights Law Review; the Harvard Women’s Law Journal; the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism; and the Arizona, Buffalo, California Western, and U.C. Davis Law Reviews, among others. After graduation from law school, Professor Ronner clerked for The Hon. Eugene P. Spellman, U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of Florida, and later was an associate in commercial litigation and appellate work for a few years, including time with Holland and Knight.

Since 1995, she has been a Board Certified Appellate Lawyer. In 1997, she was selected as a Leading Florida Attorney in Civil Appellate Law by the American Research Corporation, and in 1998 she was elected a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation in recognition of professional attainment, distinguished service, and commitment.

A popular presenter, she has spoken at numerous conferences all across the United States, as well as in The Netherlands and Portugal. At St. Thomas University School of Law, Professor Ronner has been active in many ways, including service as Faculty Advisor to the Moot Court Board and membership on the Academic Standing, Curriculum, Library, and Promotion and Tenure Committees; currently, she teaches Property.

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