Denise W. Spriggs joined Charlotte School of Law as the Associate Dean of Students and an Associate Professor in the fall of 2006. Prior to joining CSL, Dean Spriggs served as the Assistant Dean and then the Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Records at Howard University from 1992 until joining CharlotteLaw. During her time at Howard, Dean Spriggs was the 1997 recipient of the prestigious Warren S. Rosmarin Award for Excellence in Teaching and Service.
Dean Spriggs has had a long and distinguished career in public service. She began her public service career as a Staff Attorney in Syracuse, New York, with the Legal Services Corporation of Central New York. She also served as Executive Director of the Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO), a program dedicated to providing programs and grants related to increasing minority student enrollment in U.S. law schools.
In the late 1980’s Dean Spriggs served as Assistant Dean for Admissions and Minority Affairs at Hofstra University School of Law in Hempstead, New York. During that time she also taught Business Law as an adjunct professor at LaGuardia Community College and was an instructor/consultant at Seton Hall Law School. Earlier in her educational career, Dean Spriggs was Assistant Dean for Student Affairs at Texas Southern University and, prior to that, a former Special Assistant to the Chancellor of Winston-Salem State University.
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