Thomas H. Dickenson serves as an adjunct professor at LMU Duncan Law School teaching Bankruptcy. E. Michael Brezina serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Tennessee College of Law.
See their reflections below on their experiences what they enjoy most about teaching:
Thomas H. Dickenson
I’ve really enjoyed teaching bankruptcy at LMU Duncan Law School as it allows me to give back to the community in a different way. It is very gratifying to be able to provide mentorship for young students and help grow the next generations of lawyers.
E. Michael Brezina
I really enjoy serving as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Tennessee College of Law. This past fall marks my second year of teaching the course “Pre-trial Litigation” to soon-to-be lawyers. It has been a time-consuming, rewarding and uplifting experience.
I have really enjoyed teaching. It is a way I feel I can give back to students and help to provide them with some of the unparalleled training I received from my mentors (and now partners) at Hodges, Doughty & Carson. It is really exciting to see young and eager minds as passionate about the law as we are at HDC!
I also really appreciated the effort put forth by my students throughout the semester. Their assignments included completing numerous and difficult writing assignments, taking a deposition and presenting an oral argument in support of a dispositive Motion for Summary Judgment (in other words, a final dismissal) of a hypothetical lawsuit. And they also had to sit through my lectures! But in all seriousness, I appreciated the focus, desire to improve and attentiveness my students exhibited throughout my time with them last year!! On to Fall, 2017!