Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor
- J.D. (cum laude), Ohio State University (1996)
- B.A., University of Notre Dame (1990)
Sherowski joined the UNC School of Law faculty in Fall 2018 as a Visiting Clinical Assistant
Professor after teaching at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
for seven years. She teaches two sections of Research, Reasoning,
Writing, and Advocacy I and II.
State, Professor Sherowski taught Legal Analysis & Writing I and II and
Appellate Advocacy, and she also directed the College’s nationally-ranked Moot
Court & Lawyering Skills Program. Under her direction, the program produced
national champions or finalists in the ABA National Appellate Advocacy
Competition, the National Moot Court Competition, the Andrews Kurth Kenyon
National Moot Court Championships, the Ruby R. Vale Intraschool Moot Court
Competition, the National Child Welfare & Adoption Competition, and the
turning to teaching, Professor Sherowski was an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
for Franklin County, Ohio, working on felony, juvenile, and appellate cases.
She also ran her own law practice which focused on juvenile, disability, and
special education law. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and
the Ohio State University.