Director of Experiential Learning - School of Law
Professor Meta Copeland is the Director of Experiential Learning at Mississippi College School of Law. Professor Copeland’s primary teaching responsibility is the year-round legal extern program, in which she teaches all externship courses and supervises all legal externs assigned to judges and to attorneys in government agencies and non-profit organizations. Professor Copeland also teaches trial practice, and she oversees the creation and operation of public interest hybrid clinical courses at the law school.
Professor Copeland also serves as the Deputy Director of the Public Service Law Center, which implements educational programming on public interest lawyering, supervises public interest summer fellowships for first year law students, and oversees a loan repayment assistance program for recent graduates. She has served as the faculty coach for external moot court competition teams in the areas of pre-trial federal litigation, federal appellate procedure, and workers’ compensation. Her scholarly interests include family law, workplace interaction, and the professional development of law students and new attorneys.
- J.D., magna cum laude, Mississippi College School of Law
- B.A.,magna cum laude, History, Oglethorpe University