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 Lindsey  Sullivan
Lindsey Sullivan
Visiting Lecturer of Management
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Legal practice from 1989 - 2010 specializing in Toxic Tort and Products Liability Litigation

2011 - 2013 University of Richmond School of Law (Legal Writing and Oral Advocacy)

2011 - 2018 SPCS Adjunct Associate Professor (Litigation, Torts, Introduction to Paralegal Studies, Art Law, Knowledge Management)

2013 - present Robins School of Business Visiting Lecturer (or Adjunct Professor) (Business Ethics) 

Awards

Undergraduate: Valedictory

Pi Sigma Alpha: Government Honor Society

Pi Delta Phi: French Honor Society

Secretary Law: J.D. with Honors

Am. Jur. Book Awards Academic 2017

SPCS Five Year Service Award 2016

Promotion from Adjunct Assistant Professor to Adjunct Associate Professor SPCS 

Presentations

LEGAL PRESENTATIONS AND LECTURES:

"Law of Trespass I." Virginia Railroad Association (by invitation), Winchester, Virginia. Fall 2010.

"Law of Trespass II." Virginia Railroad Association (by invitation), Winchester, Virginia. Spring 2011.

ART HISTORICAL PRESENTATIONS, EXHIBITIONS, AND LECTURES:

"Death Iconography in Gianlorenzo Bernini: Living the Art of Dying Well." University of Richmond's Baroque Festival 2001, University of Richmond; Richmond, Virginia. April 16 - 17, 2001.

Stefano Della Bella Exhibition. Author of label copy. Marsh Gallery of Art, University of Richmond; Richmond, Virginia. March - April 2001.

"The Silent Speech of Gestures: Body Language in Renaissance Europe." Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Richmond, Virginia. Docent Training, November 6, 1995.

"Emile Galle: The Intimate Industrialist." Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Richmond, Virginia. Docent Training, March 1996. 

Professional Experience
Setliff, Turner & Holland, P.C. (Transportation Defense Litigation) (2009-2010)
Brenner, Evans & Millman, P.C. (Insurance Defense Litigation) (2005-2009)
Williams, Mullen, Christian & Dobbins (Health Care and Litigation) (1993-1994)
Hunton & Williams Richmond, Virginia; Raleigh, NC (Toxic Torts and Products Liability Defense Litigation) (1989-1993)
Publications
Articles

D.A. Rudlin & L. Stravitz, "Medical Monitoring: An Expanding Inroad into Traditional Tort Theory," (Practicing Law Institute, Summer 1993)

D.A. Rudlin & L. Stravitz, "Innovative Remedies and Damages Theories: Toxic Tort Essentials for 1992: Strategies, Experts, Motions and ADR," (New York City, October 19 - 20, 1992)

D.A. Rudlin & L. Stravitz, "Preempting Peremptory Strikes: The Constitutional Challenges," (American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Annual Fall Meeting, October 25, 1991)

D.A. Rudlin & L. Stravitz, "The Last Frontier of Toxic Torts: Medical Monitoring Claims," (American Bar Association, National Institute on Corporate Litigation: Substantive Trends and Management Techniques, March 1991)

D.A. Rudlin & L. Stravitz, "Toxic Tort Case Management Orders - When and How to Use Them," (American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Committee on Environmental Litigation, Mid-Winter Meeting, 1991)

D.A. Rudlin & L. Stravitz, "Structuring the Case for Trial - Class Actions, Bifurcation and Test Plaintiffs," Environmental Litigation (American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, 1991)

D.A. Rudlin & L. Stravitz, "Novel Toxic Tort Claims and Insurance Coverage Revisited," Environmental and Toxic Tort Claims: Insurance Coverage in 1990 and Beyond (Practicing Law Institute, 1990)

D.A. Rudlin & L. Stravitz, "The Admissibility of Mandated Environmental Reports," The Brief (American Bar Association, Tort and Insurance Practice Section, Summer 1990)

D.A. Rudlin & L. Stravitz, "Catch-22 in Environmental Reporting Duties: Admissibility of Environmental Reports," Toxics Law Report (The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., November 1989)

D.A. Rudlin & L. Stravitz, "Toxic Torts Development," Corporate Counselor's Guide to Environmental Law (Business Laws, Inc., Summer 1989)

Arlene Diosegy & L. Stravitz, "Health Care Quality Improvement Act of 1985," Butterworth Legal Publication, Texas Health Law Reporter (1987) Arlene Diosegy & L. Stravitz, "Informed Consent" for course Health Law Primer, North Carolina Bar Foundation (1987) 

Chapters
Book chapter on Fourth Circuit; D.A. Rudlin & L. Stravitz, Sanctions (American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, 1991)
Education
B.A., College of William and Mary 1985
Concentrations: Government and French (undeclared)
M.A., University of Richmond 2002
Concentration: Art History (undeclared)
J.D., Duke University School of Law 1989
Contact Information
285A Q
(804) 241-4366
804-289-8878 (Fax)
Areas of Expertise
Law: Toxic Torts, Products Liability, Transportation, Health Care, Insurance, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, and Ethics