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About William A. Woodruff

Professor Woodruff brings extensive law practice and litigation experience to the classroom. Students in Evidence and Advanced Trial Advocacy benefit from the knowledge of problems and issues he gained in the crucible of a real courtroom in real cases. Before joining the Campbell faculty in 1992, Woodruff served as the Chief, Army Litigation Division, where he directed civil litigation involving Army policies, programs, and activities. He also worked as a Trial Attorney in the Torts Branch, U.S. Department of Justice and taught graduate legal education at The Judge Advocate General's School in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Woodruff has twice been selected as Professor of the Year at Campbell Law and has been honored by the Dean for his research and scholarship. He is a frequent presenter at continuing legal education seminars where his academic expertise and practical experience assists practicing lawyers with problems of proof at trial.


Present Professor of Law (retired), Campbell University School of Law

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