After law school, Anthony Niedwiecki was a commercial litigation lawyer with Mayer
Brown's office in Houston, Texas, and a labor and employment attorney with Gardere
& Wynne in Dallas. He started his academic career as a lecturer at Temple University
in 1998. He also taught at Arizona State University and returned to Temple before joining
the faculty at Nova Southeastern University's Shepard Broad Law Center in 2003,
where he was an associate professor and director of the Lawyering Skills and Values
program before coming to John Marshall. Professor Niedwiecki is Immediate-Past President
of the Association of Legal Writing Directors and is a member of the Society of American
Law Teachers and the Legal Writing Institute. He also is vice president of Fight OUT
Loud, a national organization dedicated to providing immediate resources, support,
education, and assistance for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals facing
discrimination. He served as vice mayor of Oakland Park, Florida. 

Professor Niedwiecki joined the faculty in 2010. He teaches Lawyering Skills, Employment
Discrimination, and Law and Sexual Orientation. 


Legal Community Embraces The Electronic Age, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin (2011)

Forthcoming and Prepublication Versions


Looking Forward: Legal Education in the 21st Century, Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting (2014)
Updating Your Syllabi to Include Learning Outcomes & Assessment, JMLS Faculty Development Series (2013)
How to Write Review-Proof Decisions (with Mary Nagel, Ardath Hamann, Joanne Hodge, Jamie Kleppetsch, and Lurene Contento), National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary, 39th Annual Conference (2013)
Expanding the Opportunities to Teach Additional Lawyering Skills in the LRW Classroom, The Association of Legal Writing Professors Conference (2013)