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Margaret Ioannides

Director for Online LL.M. Programs

Staff

School of Law

Contact

Email: Margaret Ioannides
Phone: 937-329-8651

Profile

Margaret Ioannides has worked in the field of legal education since 2010, first as a professor, and later as an administrator.  Prior to joining the University of Dayton, Ms. Ioannides most recently worked as the Associate Dean of Strategy and Innovation, where she oversaw multiple online LL.M. programs.  “I am committed to using technology and innovative teaching practices to bring students from around the world, together, in pursuit of a shared goal: advanced studies in the field of legal education.”

Ms. Ioannides also has demonstrated experience in working with and advising international students, including related to bar options and career opportunities.  “One of the things I enjoy most is the ability to work one-on-one with students and be a part of their journey to achieve their goals.”

Ms. Ioannides has experience in U.S. law practice, including over ten years of experience in the field of Immigration Law.   She has worked as an Attorney Advisor with the U.S. Department of Justice (Executive Office for Immigration Review, Board of Immigration Appeals), and later as a private-practice immigration attorney, primarily focusing on employment-based and family-based immigration cases.

Ms. Ioannides is a 1996 graduate from the Georgetown University Law Center, holding both Juris Doctor and Master of Science in Foreign Service degrees.  She is a member of the Florida Bar.  Ms. Ioannides is fluent in Spanish and Greek.  She has studied overseas, including at the Universidad de Salamanca (in Spain) and the Rijkuniversiteit Utrecht (in the Netherlands).  In her free time, Ms. Ioannides enjoys spending time with her family, running, and traveling internationally.

Degrees

J.D./MSFS, Georgetown University Law Center 1996

BA, with Honors, University of Florida 1992

Courses Taught

Lawyering Process I

Lawyering Process II

Legal Methods

Persuasive Legal Writing