About Robyn L Meadows
Robyn Meadows is an authority on commercial and contract law. A multiple winner of the Teacher of the Year Award, she teaches commercial law courses and the first-year contracts class. She also regularly teaches in the bar readiness course, Fundamentals of the Bar Exam. In all her courses, Professor Meadow’s teaching focuses on preparing her students to be successful on the bar exam and in the practice of law. She has written, presented and consulted on numerous contract and Uniform Commercial Code issues.
Professor Meadows has previously served as interim co-dean, vice dean, associate dean for student affairs, and director of bar programs. She has directed and taught in the law school’s Geneva, Sydney, and Venice summer programs.
Dean Meadows is active in a number of professional and civic organizations. She is master and membership chair of the Honorable William W. Lipsett Inn of Court and board member of the World Affairs Council of Harrisburg. She traveled as member of a leadership group to Taiwan sponsored by the World Affairs Council of America and the Government of Taiwan. She has served as commissioner of IMPAACT-PA and a member of the Advisory Board for Cities-in-Schools/John Harris High Academy. She has presented on professionalism for the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute.
Consistent with her approach to student bar readiness, she has taught in various bar preparation programs, including the Delaware Bar Review, Kaplan/PMBR, and West Bar Review, since the mid-1990s.