Adjunct Faculty

The College of Law is proud to offer an unusually rich set of course offerings taught by adjunct professors. These instructors, though not on the regular faculty of the law school, bring a diversity of experiences and talents to the school and a very high degree of professional accomplishment and expertise.

Fall 2019 information coming soon!

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Summer 2019

Erica Bartimmo

Erica Gooden Bartimmo will co-teach Vendors & Third Party Risk Management this semester. She is a corporate attorney at Jabil Inc., a Fortune 200 manufacturing company headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida. In this capacity, Bartimmo provides advice and legal support to various business units within Jabil Inc., actively participates and manages outside counsel in all phases of litigation, and drafts and negotiates company contracts. Previously, Bartimmo was a member of Holland & Knight’s Litigation Section, where she practiced complex business litigation. While at Holland & Knight, Bartimmo represented and defended companies within the financial services and healthcare industries. Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Bartimmo served as a federal law clerk to the Honorable Mary S. Scriven of the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida. In this position, Bartimmo managed a high-volume of civil and criminal cases from filing to judgment, drafted dispositive orders, and assisted the judge with numerous trials and hearings.

Patty Born

Patty Born will co-teach Enterprise Risk Management this semester. She received her Ph.D. in economics from Duke University and is the Midyette Eminent Scholar of Insurance in the Department of Risk Management/Insurance, Real Estate and Legal Studies at Florida State University. Born is a research associate in the FSU Center for Innovative Collaboration in Medicine and Law, the FSU Institute for Successful Longevity, the Florida Catastrophic Storm Risk Management Center, and the Munich Risk and Insurance Center. She serves as the vice chair and insurance expert on the Florida Hurricane Loss Projection Methodology Commission. She is also director of the Risk Management/Insurance Ph.D. program in the College of Business and holds a courtesy appointment at the FSU College of Law. Born’s research interests include the regulation of insurance, medical malpractice, health insurance, annuities, and the modeling and management of catastrophic risks. She has published in leading insurance academic journals including Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Journal of Risk and Insurance, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Columbia Business Law Review, Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, and the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. She is currently president of the Risk Theory Society and is a former president of the American Risk and Insurance Association. Recent consulting clients include the American Council of Life Insurers, the Florida Department of Transportation, and the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies. She also serves as a Long Term Care Ombudsman for the Panhandle District in Florida.

Andrew Carrabis

Andrew Carrabis will teach Professional Responsibility. He is a graduate, with honors, from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. He is an assistant state attorney for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, assigned to the Organized Crime Unit, and a special assistant United States attorney for the Southern District of Florida. In those roles, Carrabis' day to day functions consist of investigating and prosecuting organized crime on the state and federal levels, where he has taken more than 100 jury trials to verdict. He is a Florida Bar board certified criminal trial lawyer. He is on The Florida Bar Criminal Trial Law Certification Committee and the Governmental and Public Policy Committee. Carrabis is a published author on a wide variety of civil and criminal topics, most recently published by the Harvard Journal of Sports Law on the issue of civil lawsuits arising from concussions in the National Football League.

Terri Casey

Terri Casey will teach Employment Discrimination Law this semester. Casey worked in the human resources field for 15 years before heading to law school at John Marshall. Upon graduating and passing the bar, she continued working as an HR executive using her legal education to further establish credibility with her employer and clients. Throughout her career, Casey has also served as in-house counsel and general counsel in several companies. She has worked in a variety of industries including government, healthcare, IT and manufacturing.  Casey currently leads a consulting firm partnering with clients on everything from employment investigations to HR infrastructure to building effective company cultures.

Jake Cremer

Jake Cremer will teach Legislation and Regulation this semester. He is an attorney at Stearns Weaver Miller, where he counsels clients in their interactions with local, state and federal governments on environmental, land use and land development issues. He has been lead counsel on a variety of complex permitting and economic development matters, including ad valorem tax exemptions and brownfield designations. Cremer routinely assists large agricultural landowners on long-term strategic planning for their holdings and in defense of their greenbelt classifications. He has extensive experience protecting environmental and land use permits against challenges, defending against government compliance and enforcement issues, and litigating property rights issues, including before the United States Supreme Court. Cremer began his law practice in Tallahassee, where he gained experience dealing with the legislative and regulatory process of state government.

Bill Dillon

Bill Dillon will teach Health Care, Privacy, and Cybersecurity this semester. A shareholder with Gunster, Dillon specializes in the area of health care law. He is also certified by the Health Care Compliance Association in the area of corporate compliance (CHC) and the International Association of Privacy Professionals as an information privacy professional for the U.S. Section (CIPP/US). For nearly two decades, Dillon has represented Federally Qualified Health Centers (not for profit and public entity federal grantees) in providing services to Florida's medically underserved populations. In addition, he has represented health care providers and entities in structuring compliant business relationships, as well as in providing counsel regarding business operations. Dillon received his B.S., cum laude, from Florida International University and his J.D., with honors, from St. Thomas University School of Law. 

Marshall Kapp

Marshall Kapp will teach Medical Malpractice this semester. He was educated at Johns Hopkins University (B.A.), George Washington University Law School (J.D. with honors), and Harvard University School of Public Health (M.P.H.). Now a professor emeritus, he was founding director of the Florida State University Center for Innovative Collaboration in Medicine and Law, with faculty appointments as professor, Department of Geriatrics, FSU College of Medicine, and professor of medicine and law in the FSU College of Law.  He also was affiliated with the FSU Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy. He is editor emeritus of the Journal of Legal Medicine, a fellow of the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) and the American College of Legal Medicine (ACLM), and a recipient of GSA’s Kent Award and the ACLM Gold Medal Award.  

Christi Lawson

Christi A. Lawson will teach Regulatory Compliance this semester. Lawson is a partner and litigation lawyer in the Orlando office of Foley & Lardner LLP. She has first chair experience representing Fortune 100 companies. Lawson is a member of the firm's Consumer Financial Services, Labor & Employment and Privacy, Security & Information Management Practices, as well as the Trade Secret/Noncompete Specialty Practice. Her professional experience includes three-and-a-half years as a tax and audit accountant for the Florida Department of Transportation, working in the accounts receivable and joint participation agreements sections. In law school, Lawson was selected for a judicial clerkship with the Florida Supreme Court.

Allison Patton

Allison Patton will teach Broker Dealer Regulation this semester. She has been with Morgan Stanley and its predecessor firms for more than 30 years. Patton graduated from Georgia State University with a B.A. in finance while working in the financial services industry. After graduating from Georgia State University law school, Patton joined the Atlanta law firm of Rogers & Hardin, representing brokerage firms in litigation, arbitration and regulatory matters. In 1996, she returned to Morgan Stanley as a staff attorney in the Florida Litigation Unit, becoming head of the Florida Litigation Unit in 2006. She is currently co-head of litigation for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, responsible for handling customer complaint intake and responses, subpoenas, internal investigations, customer litigation and arbitration matters, as well as regulatory exams, investigations and enforcement matters. 

Patricio Perez

Patricio Perez will co-teach Governance, Compliance, & Risk Management this semester. He is a partner at RSM US LLP.  Perez has more than 20 years of experience providing professional services to financial institutions both in the United States and internationally. He leads the financial institutions practice for RSM US in Florida and throughout the Southeast with a personal focus on risk management services. Perez also advises banks on Sarbanes-Oxley and FDICIA implementation and compliance and assists in the development and maintenance of risk management models for financial and regulatory purposes. Additionally, Perez develops and implements risk-based audit methodologies for public and private banks in domestic and international environments. He interacts regularly with regulatory authorities and deals with SEC filings, QAR engagements, the development of internal audit departments, international banking, and mergers and acquisitions. Perez has a bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, from the University of Texas. 

Andy Price

Andrew “Andy” T. Price will teach Consumer Compliance: Lending this semester. He currently serves as the regulatory counsel for the World Council of Credit Unions where he engages in advocacy on behalf of credit unions worldwide before the various international standard-setting bodies such the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, the Financial Action Task Force and others. Price combines more than 25 years in the financial services industry, having served as general counsel in a credit union, engaged in advocacy and lobbying for credit unions at both a national and state trade association, and worked for the prudential bank, credit union and finance regulator in the Florida Office of Financial Regulation, where he also served as a cabinet aide to Comptroller General Robert F. Milligan. Price holds a Juris Doctor from Nova Southeastern University and a Bachelor of Science in legal studies from the University of Central Florida. Additionally, he is certified as a Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist, a Credit Union Compliance Expert and a Credit Union Enterprise Risk Management Expert.

Paul Schriefer

Paul Schriefer will teach Enterprise Risk Management this semester. 

Kristen Stogniew

Kristen Stogniew will co-teach Bank Secrecy Act & Anti-Money Laundering Compliance this semester. She is a shareholder in the Financial Institutions Advisory Group of Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund. Stogniew has more than 20 years of experience as a trusted advisor to community banks on legal, operational and compliance concerns. She leads a team of dedicated Saltmarsh professionals who provide internal audits, compliance reviews and other consulting services that help clients operate safely, soundly and in compliance with regulatory requirements. Stogniew’s primary areas of review include BSA, loan and deposit compliance, marketing and retail delivery (including social media), trust, governance and ACH. Stogniew also provides one-on-one mentoring and customized training at the staff and director level, and facilitates a number of user groups (such as AML monitoring systems, loan origination systems, fraud/AML and CMOs). In addition, she speaks regularly at state and local industry, compliance and BSA/AML associations.

Jonathan Turner

Jonathan Turner will co-teach both Vendors & Third Party Risk Management and Bank Secrecy Act & Anti-Money Laundering Compliance this semester. He is the vice president, compliance for Smith & Nephew, a global medical device and pharmaceutical company. Previously, Turner served as the senior director, global compliance investigations for Wright Medical. Before that, he was a managing director with Wilson & Turner Incorporated (WTI), where he specialized in the prevention and detection of financial fraud and employee crime issues. Turner was educated at Tulane University (B.A., international relations) and the University of Leicester (M.Sc., Security & Risk Management). Prior to co-founding WTI, he served in investigations management positions with regional, national and international investigations firms, with operational responsibility for thousands of investigations.

Nathan Wadlinger

Nathan Wadlinger will teach Financial Statements Interpretation this semester. He has a certified public accountant license issued by the state of Florida and is a member of The Florida Bar. Prior to joining to USFSP, Wadlinger worked at Ernst and Young LLP and in law practice. As a firm believer in providing pro bono work, he assists with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. Wadlinger has authored numerous tax articles in law reviews and practitioner journals. He has a B.S. in accounting, a Master of Accounting and a J.D., cum laude, all from the University of Florida. He also holds an LL.M. in taxation from Boston University.