Part-Time Faculty, Legal Research & Writing Program
Jessica Lorello serves as an Adjunct Professor for the Legal Research and Writing program at Concordia University School of Law. Ms. Lorello graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, receiving a Master’s Degree in Health Care Administration in 1996 and her Juris Doctor in 2002. After law school, Jessica worked in private practice at Givens Pursley LLP doing litigation and health care transactional work. In 2004, Jessica joined the Criminal Law Division of the Idaho Attorney General’s Office where she works in the Appellate Unit handling criminal appeals, in the Capital Litigation Unit handling federal habeas cases, including capital cases currently being litigated in federal court, and as a special prosecutor occasionally handling cases at the trial level. Jessica also regularly teaches at the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Academy where she instructs law enforcement on various legal issues with an emphasis on search and seizure, and she has been a past instructor on trial advocacy for the Alliance Partnership. Jessica also serves on a number of committees including the Idaho Coordinated Response to Domestic & Sexual Violence, the Idaho Network to End Domestic Violence & Trafficking Against Immigrants and Refugees, the Idaho Court Technology Committee, and Attorneys for Civic Education.