Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor of Law
About Professor Vescovo
Anna M. Vescovo is a Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, teaching Legal Methods to first-year law students for the 2019-2020 school year. Prior to joining the faculty, Professor Vescovo practiced law for a short time in the early 1990s at the Memphis, Tennessee law firm Wolff Ardis. For most of her twenty-eight-year career, however, she served as a judicial law clerk to appellate judges. She first served in that capacity for Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Harry W. Wellford (1991-1992; 1995-2001). Professor Vescovo then served as senior law clerk for Tennessee Court of Appeals Judge Holly Kirby (2001-2014) and continued in that position when Judge Kirby became Justice Kirby on the Tennessee Supreme Court (2014-2019). During that time, she also taught Legal Methods at Memphis Law as an adjunct professor, first in 1992-1993, and then in 2016-2017. Professor Vescovo is also a participant in the Association for Women Attorneys mentorship program, and she is an active volunteer in several Memphis community organizations.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, J.D. 1991; University of Memphis, Business Finance 1988.
Senior Law Clerk, Justice (Judge) Holly Kirby, Tennessee Court of Appeals and Tennessee Supreme Court (2001-2019); Law Clerk, Judge Harry Wellford, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals (1991-1992; 1995-2001); Wolff Ardis Law Firm, associate attorney (1992-1994); Adjunct Professor of Law, Legal Methods, University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law (1992-1993; 2016-2017).