Assessment

Biographies

Docia L. Rudley

Docia Rudley is the Executive Director for Assessment at Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Texas Southern University, where she works with the faculty, administrators, and students to implement assessment initiatives for the law school.  For twenty five years, she has been an educator and teacher, previously serving as a member of the Thurgood Marshall Law School faculty.  Dr. Rudley was recently selected by the Center for Inquiry at Wabash College to participate in the national Teagle Foundation Assessment Scholar Development program.  As a development scholar, she works with the Center to assist faculty and staff at colleges and universities across the country with assessment programs.   She co-presented “Developing and Measuring Students’ Foundational Lawyering Skills” at the 2011 Summer Institute for Law Teaching and Learning at New York Law School; and “Using Outcomes Assessment to Develop and Measure Students’ Foundational Lawyering Skills: A Programmatic Approach” at the Inaugural Conference of the Center for Excellence in Law School Teaching at Albany Law School.   She is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Law.