Professor Karusha Sharpe Becomes Assistant Dean for Academic Programs
We are delighted to announce that Karusha Sharpe recently became assistant dean for academic programs, after serving as a legal writing professor at FSU Law during the last academic year. In her new role, Karusha manages activities related to improving the academic success of College of Law students and coordinates academic program oversight, academic advising efforts, and strategic initiatives for new programs. Karusha is a key member of the law school’s management team. She will work especially closely with the registrar to monitor the success of LL.M. degree and J.D. certificate programs; with the career services team to track academic performance related to career goals of students, customizing one-on-one advising efforts accordingly; with the individuals dedicated to helping students prepare for the bar exam to oversee and evaluate bar preparation curriculum development; and with faculty members to design and implement academic advising programming specific to particular curricular areas and related disciplines. Prior to joining the law school, Karusha was an attorney at Greenberg Traurig, where she practiced general commercial litigation and primarily represented clients in matters involving product liability, lender liability, consumer financial services, and employment discrimination. We are all looking forward to Karusha’s dynamic leadership in helping our students excel academically!
Published on June 10, 2022