Joe Fore joined the team as a CTE Faculty Fellow in July 2021. Joe is a Professor of Law, General Faculty in the School of Law and has been a co-director of the Law School’s Legal Research and Writing Program since 2014. In addition to teaching research and writing courses, he works extensively with the Law School’s moot court programs. In 2018, Joe received the Black Law Students Association’s Service Award for his role in coaching the organization’s extramural moot court teams.
Joe is also an active member of the national legal writing community, and he publishes and presents regularly on topics relating to legal communication and legal skills pedagogy. He authors a regular column devoted to legal writing in Virginia Lawyer magazine, the official publication of the Virginia State Bar, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Legal Writing Institute.
Before joining the Law School faculty, Fore was an attorney, practicing both trial-level and appellate litigation in Washington, D.C. and Orlando, Florida. He also served as an adjunct professor at Barry University’s Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law.