Mock Trial Coach Named Interim Co-Director of Law, Science, and Technology
Posted January 22, 2024
School of Public Policy alumnus and lecturer Andy McNeil, PubPol 2001, has been named interim co-director of the Law, Science, and Technology program.
He will work with Chad Slieper, who has been selected to co-lead Georgia Tech’s next Quality Enhancement Plan and will continue on at LST as co-director.
McNeil’s responsibilities will include pre-law advising and coordinating student-centered events. He also will serve as the primary instructor for the Pre-Law Seminar class (PUBP3610). Slieper will focus on recruiting and overseeing the program’s part-time attorney faculty and coordinating course schedules.
After graduating from Georgia Tech in 2001, McNeil attended Syracuse University College of Law. He graduated in 2005 and later joined the Atlanta home office of King & Spalding, focusing on intellectual property matters. His career also has included roles at Morris, Manning & Martin and co-founding a wholesale apparel company. McNeil serves as the primary legal advisor on a non-profit board focusing on children and veterans with physical disabilities.
In 2007, he became co-coach of the Georgia Tech Mock Trial team, which routinely ranks among the nation’s most competitive squads.
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