New professor an education policy expert
Nance comes to the University of Florida Levin College of Law faculty as an assistant professor of law after most recently working as an associate in the Wilmington office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.
Nance received his B.A. at Brigham Young University and then spent three years as a public school teacher before receiving his M.A. and Ph.D. in educational administration at The Ohio State University.
While pursuing his graduate degrees, Nance became interested in educational law and empirical studies and remained at Ohio State for one year following graduation as a visiting assistant professor of applied statistics in the School of Educational Policy and Leadership. Nance then attended the University of Pennsylvania Law School where he earned his law degree.
Nance worked as an associate at Skadden practicing securities and corporate litigation. In Fall 2010, he took a leave of absence from Skadden to become a visiting assistant professor of law at the Villanova University School of Law teaching torts, returning to Skadden afterward.
In 2012, Nance will teach torts, remedies and a seminar in education law.
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