Professor Termini joined the Brooklyn Law School faculty in the fall of 2014. She is a Professor of Legal Writing, Co-Director of Legal Research and Writing, and also teaches in the Law School’s externship program. Her scholarship interests relate to legal education pedagogy with a focus on helping students develop the legal reasoning skills needed for effective legal writing and advocacy.
Before joining the Law School faculty, Professor Termini was a litigator, practicing in federal and state court. She worked in the Appeals Division of the New York City Housing Authority and as a litigation associate at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP. While in law school, Professor Termini was a member of the Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems. Before practicing law, she taught high school mathematics and was an adjunct professor of education. Professor Termini holds a J.D. from Columbia Law School, an M.A. in curriculum and instruction from the University of Mississippi, and a B.A. in mathematics from Smith College.