Greta M. Tackebury is the Director of Career Services and Outreach for UDM Law, a position she has held since the fall of 2008. Director Tackebury counsels students and alumni regarding career goals, job search strategies, and networking, and also serves as the primary counselor for all students seeking judicial clerkships or employment in the public sector. In addition to her counseling duties, she also serves as a faculty coach for the McGee Civil Rights Moot Court Team, and was recently awarded the 2009-2010 Faculty Coach of the Year award.
Director Tackebury received her law degree, cum laude, from the University of Minnesota Law School and her Bachelor of Arts With Honor in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy from Michigan State University - James Madison College. After graduating from Michigan State, Director Tackebury worked as a project assistant and paralegal at two large Chicago law firms – Jenner & Block and Freeborn & Peters.
While at the University of Minnesota Law School, Director Tackebury was a student instructor in the school’s Legal Writing Program for two years, was a member and Director of the Wagner Labor Law Moot Court.
After graduating from law school, Director Tackebury spent two years practicing commercial litigation and bankruptcy with the international law firm of Bryan Cave LLP in Phoenix, Arizona. She later returned to Michigan and worked as an associate for three years at Clark Hill LLP in the litigation and eminent domain practice groups. Immediately prior to joining UDM Law, Director Tackebury spent a year clerking for Michigan Supreme Court Justice Maura Corrigan. Director Tackebury is a member of both the Michigan and Arizona State Bars and is an active member of NALP, serving in the Public Service, Judicial Clerkship, Newer Professionals, and Solo & Small CSO Sections.