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About Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff

Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff joined Concordia University, School of Law as the Director the Legal Research and Writing Program in April of 2012. Professor Fordyce-Ruff created and directs the program, in addition to teaching.
Prof. Fordyce-Ruff  also authored Idaho Legal Research, a textbook designed to help legal professionals and students in the state and now in its second edition.  In addition, Prof. Fordyce-Ruff serves as the series editor for Carolina Academic Press’ state specific legal research series and authors a monthly column on legal writing for The Advocate, the Idaho State Bar's monthly publication.
After law school, Prof. Fordyce-Ruff clerked for the Honorable Joel D. Horton in the Fourth Judicial District, Ada County, in Boise, Idaho. Following her clerkship in Ada County, she clerked for Justice Roger S. Burdick of the Idaho Supreme Court. Prof. Fordyce-Ruff also served as a partner in two law firms in Boise.
She lives in Boise with her husband and loves to hike and snowshoe with their dogs and teach yoga.

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