- J.D., University of Miami, 1991
Meg Chandelle is a dedicated member of the NSU Law Community. She currently teaches Elements of Legal Analysis (ELA), an upper level skills course in the Shepard Broad College of Law’s Critical Skills Program (CSP). Prior to joining CSP as an instructor, Meg Chandelle served as the Advanced Lawyering Skills & Values Director, working with and mentoring adjunct professors teaching in the J.D. degree program and facilitating student success in making the transition to ethical, competent, and modern practitioners of law. Meg Chandelle also served as the Shepard Broad College of Law’s Clinical Programs Director, where she developed partnerships with legal communities in South Florida, nationally, and internationally to establish student field based training opportunities. She worked with the Florida Supreme Court and the bar associations and courts of a number of other states to certify students for in-court supervised representation of clients.
Meg Chandelle has taught at NSU Law for more than a decade. Her courses, in addition to critical skills, have included Civil Pretrial Practice in the J.D. program, Criminal Procedure in the AAMPLE Program, and she co-developed a Florida Constitutional Law training module for the Law College’s Bar Preparation initiative. A graduate of the University of Miami School of Law, Meg Chandelle is a member of the Florida Bar Association, Litigation section, and the American Bar Association, Legal Education section. Her professional experience has been focused primarily on real estate, family law, and corporate law. She also holds an M.B.A. from Fordham University Graduate School of Business (Lincoln Center) in New York, NY, and a B.S. in International Studies from American University, Washington, D.C.