Academic Success Program Staff Christy BottsOffice 202D • Phone: (651) 523-2612 • Email: email@example.comBA, University of St. ThomasMEd, University of MinnesotaJD, St. Thomas School of Law Christy Botts worked previously as an Academic Counselor at Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, La. Greg EganOffice 202A • Phone: (651) 523-2752 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBA, Northwestern UniversityJD, Hamline University School of Law Greg Egan has an exclusively criminal law practice as a public defender in Ramsey County. He is also licensed to practice law in state and federal courts in Wisconsin, where he handled complex civil litigation and prosecuted for the City of Onalaska before returning to the Twin Cities in August 2010. In addition to tutoring for the Academic Support Program, Egan is an adjunct law school faculty member, teaching a selected topics course in Minnesota Criminal Law and Practice. Mark EnslinOffice Off Campus • Phone: (612) 371-3944 • Email: email@example.comBA, St. John's UniversityJD, Hamline University School of Law Mark Enslin is a PLLP Partner in the Securities and Financial Litigation practice group at Lindquist & Vennum. Gordon GendlerOffice 202A • Phone: (651) 523-2752 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBS, Indiana UniversityJD, Indiana University As senior counsel for Wells Fargo and Company legal department, Gordon Gendler routinely provides advice regarding lease financing, negotiations, Uniform Commercial Code, and debtor-creditor relations. Prior to joining Wells Fargo in 2005, he practiced at Dorsey and Whitney LLP. Gendler has more than fifteen years of experience as an adjunct professor at Hamline University School of Law. In addition to providing tutoring, he teaches commercial law courses in sales and leasing of goods. Tracy HarrisOffice 202A • Phone: (651) 523-2752 • Email: email@example.comBA/BS, International Relations/JournalismMA, Asian Studies, University of California, BerkeleyJD, University of Minnesota Tracy Harris practiced immigration law and litigated for Dorsey & Whitney. She has worked at Hamline School of Law as an ASP tutor since 2001. Beth HonetschlagerOffice 233W• Phone: (651) 523-2068 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBA, Macalester CollegeMA, University of IowaJD, University of IowaBeth Honetschlager is a Legal Writing Instructor at Hamline University School of Law. Before joining the Hamline faculty, Honetschlager was a research attorney and editor with the Legal Research Center in Minneapolis, where she performed legal research and wrote briefs, office memoranda, multi-state surveys of the law, and other documents. Honetschlager has taught legal writing at the University of Minnesota Law School and has clerked for a Hennepin County district court judge. She graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law with distinction, and she was a note and comment editor for the Iowa Law Review. She is a member of the Legal Writing Institute, Minnesota Women Lawyers, Minnesota State Bar Association, and American Bar Association. Rob LawtonOffice 202C • Phone: (651) 523-2657•Email: email@example.comBA, cum laude, University of St. ThomasJD, cum laude, Hamline University School of Law Rob Lawton is an attorney at Lawton Law Firm, PLLC in Saint Paul. His practice is focused on estate planning and settling estates. Lawton has been active in continuing legal education is his practice areas and regularly volunteers for the Minnesota State Bar Association's Wills for Heroes program. He is a part-time tutor at the Hamline University School of Law Academic Support Center. Steve LieboOffice 202B • Phone: (651) 523-2298 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBA, Economics and Psychology, University of MinnesotaJD, cum laude, University of Minnesota Steve Liebo works as a full time tutor at Hamline University’s School of Law Academic Support Center. Additionally, he serves as technical editor to the Journal of Law and Religion and writes supplement material for West Publishing and for Matthew Bender of Lexis Nexis. He taught insurance and suretyship law as an adjunct professor at William Mitchell College of Law for over 20 years. Cary Miller-DolanOffice 202D • Phone: (612) 867-6550 (w) • Email: email@example.comBA, Sociology, University of Wisconsin–MadisonJD, Hamline University School of Law, Silver Gavel Honor Society (Top 10%) Cary Miller-Dolan serves as a Rule 114 Qualified Neutral for Mediation, Arbitration, Consensual Special Magistrate, Early Neutral Evaluator (Financial and Social), and Parenting Time Expeditor. Dolan Mediation has been licensed as an LLC since 2007. Miller-Dolan’s leadership roles include Chair of the Ramsey County Financial Early Neutral Evaluation program (2007 to the present) Chair of the 2011 Planning Committee for the AFCC Minnesota Annual Meeting and Conference, and FENE Roster Evaluator for Ramsey, Hennepin and Washington County. She has been consistently listed as a “Super Lawyer” in Minnesota Law & Politics since 2004. Kenneth MorrisOffice 202C• Phone: (651) 523-2657• Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBmEd (Bachelor of Music Education), Willamette UniversityJD, Hamline University School of Law Ken is a technology entrepreneur in the healthcare field. He is the founder and CEO of CorCardia Group Inc., a global software as-a-service company. Ken has been an ASP tutor for two years. Alice Silkey, Director of Academic SuccessOffice 209W • Phone: (651) 523-3012 • Email: email@example.comBA, Carleton College JD, William Mitchell College of Law Alice Silkey is the current director of the Academic Support Program (ASP). Her expertise includes academic support, legal research and writing, and legal education. Prior to leading the ASP, she directed Hamline School of Law’s Legal Research and Writing Program for fourteen years. In addition to her several years as a Hamline LRW instructor, Professor Silkey has taught at William Mitchell College of Law as an Adjunct Professor of Legal Writing and as a Professor of Legal Reasoning and Writing in the Summer Enrichment Program. She developed a solo practice in the areas of estate planning, wills and trusts, and real estate. In law school, she received American Jurisprudence Awards for Achievement in Administrative Law and in Negotiable Instruments. Professor Silkey is a member of the Legal Writing Institute and the Association of Legal Writing Directors. Directions to the Offices of the Tutors Professor Silkey's office is located directly across from the Office of the Faculty Administrative Assistants. The offices of the tutors are located in the northwest corner of the second floor of the Law School. They are most easily accessed by taking the stairwell in the northwest corner to the second floor and going directly into the hallway containing offices 202A, 202B, 202C, and 202D.