Vanderbilt Law School names Sandine assistant dean of student affairs, announces other administrative changesAug. 8, 2002, 4:10 PM
August 8, 2002
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Vanderbilt University Law School has announced several new and newly promoted administrative staff in student affairs, the legal clinic, alumni and development and information technology.
Julie Sandine has been named the new assistant dean for student affairs at Vanderbilt University Law School. A legal writing instructor at the Law School for seven years, Sandine also has worked in private practice on a part-time basis with Dodson, Parker, Dinkins & Behm in Nashville. After earning a masters degree in sociology, Sandine was director of counseling, then executive director for the Memphis Center for Reproductive Health. In 1992, she received her law degree from Wake Forest University. Sandine clerked for the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee and has published articles on probate and adoption law.
Susan L. Kay has been named associate dean for clinical affairs. In this capacity, she directs the schools clinical education program and in-house law offices. Kay began teaching criminal practice in the legal clinic in 1980 and was named assistant dean for clinical programs last year.
Sallie W. Bailey has returned to Vanderbilt University Law School as interim assistant dean for alumni and development. Bailey started her career in the schools alumni and development office in the late 1960s. Most recently she was vice president for relocation services for Bank of Americas Tennessee operations. She earned her bachelors degree in psychology from the University of Kentucky.
Teresa McLoud has joined the Law School as associate director of
development. Her background includes experience in development offices at several universities as well as a hospital foundation. Most recently she was assistant director of development at Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, where she earned her bachelors degree in marketing and management. She also was a development officer at Belmont University.
Todd Scot has joined the Law School as assistant director of information technology. Scot is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Law Schools information technology department. Most recently, he was network administrator for Gaylord Entertainment in Nashville. He earned his bachelors of music degree from State University of New York at Purchase and his masters of music degree from Yale University.
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