Ghenete Wright Muir is a Professor of Practice in the Academic Success and Professionalism Program (ASP). Professor Wright currently teaches the Florida Bar Exam Lab where she works with students to develop skills—legal writing, critical and logical thinking, as well as time and stress management—to adequately prepare them to succeed in law school, the bar exam and in the profession.
Prior to joining NSU Law, Professor Wright worked as a Senior Attorney with The Florida Bar where she handled lawyer discipline and frequently presented during the mandatory Continuing Legal Education course, Practicing with Professionalism. She also worked with the Broward County Law Office of the Public Defender, Legal Aid Service of Broward County and in private practice.
Professor Wright is admitted to practice in Florida, New York and Connecticut and has been very active in the legal community. She is a past President of The T.J. Reddick Bar Association and served on The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division Board of Governors. She also recently served a three-year term on the American Bar Association Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and is a member of the Gay & Lesbian Lawyer Network in Broward County.