Assistant Professor of Law
Ursula Tracy Doyle is an Assistant Professor of Law. She teaches International Law, Mass Torts and Torts I and II. As a member of the Howard University School of Law faculty, she taught Legal Research and Writing.
Prior to joining Howard, she practiced law in the areas of mass tort, individual personal injury and commercial litigation. She was a law clerk to the Honorable Theodore McKee of the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, in Philadelphia, PA.
Doyle has significant prior teaching experience as an English instructor at Morehouse College, in Atlanta, GA, University of Alabama in Huntsville, in Huntsville, AL., University of Alabama, in Tuscaloosa, AL and Samford University, in Birmingham, AL. She also has experience as an adjunct professor of legal writing at Birmingham School of Law, in Birmingham, AL.
She is a graduate of Cornell University (A.B., English) in Ithaca, NY, Columbia University (M.A., English) in New York, NY and Indiana University-Bloomington School of Law in Bloomington, IN.
- AB English, Cornell University
- MA English, Columbia University
- JD, Indiana University Bloomington School of Law
- International Law
- Mass Torts