Catherine Dunham

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  • LL.M., University of Virginia (2006)
  • J.D. (cum laude), Campbell University (1996)
  • M.A., Rhetoric and Composition, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1988)
  • B.A., English Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1986)

Professor Dunham is a professor at Elon University School of Law and is an expert in the law related to Civil Procedure and Civil Litigation. She teaches and writes in the area of Federal Civil Procedure and is co-author of the text Skills and Values: Civil Procedure published by Lexis. She has authored articles on procedural doctrine and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

In addition to teaching Procedure, Professor Dunham teaches courses in the Litigation Skills Program. She regularly teaches Trial Practice and Procedure and has also taught Civil Pre-Trial Litigation, Advanced Trial Practice and Evidence. Professor Dunham serves on the faculty of the National institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) and teaches in regional, national and international advocacy programs. She has also served as a trial analyst for several major news outlets, including NBC and CNN.

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