B.A., Freed-Hardeman University
J.D., University of Memphis
M.B.A., Bryan College
M.S.I.S., University of Tennessee
Courses taught: Legal Research I, II & III and MEE Skills
Bianca White has worked with law libraries as a legal research attorney for eight years. In that role White worked closely with law students and professors developing and refining their legal research skills. Prior to this experience White worked as a labor and employment attorney.
She graduated cum laude and with honors from University of Memphis School of Law. While in law school White participated in moot court and finished in the semi-finals. White received the Excellency in Trial Advocacy award and scholarship and the CALI award for Trial Advocacy. White also graduated summa cum laude with her M.B.A. and B.A in History. White most recently obtained in Masters in Information Science, summa cum laude, from the University of Tennessee, where she continues to conduct research in the area of legal reference services and Access to Justice.
White maintains an active law license in Tennessee and is a member of the American Bar Association and the Tennessee Bar Association. She has presented CLEs on a number of topics from legal research to discovery.
White’s teaching philosophy focuses on learning through experience and context. White is a firm believer that one learns far more from failure than success, and encourages trial and error in her classroom to best foster these teaching moments. It is White’s goal that all students feel confident, included and safe in expressing their beliefs, thoughts and ideas in the classroom.
White enjoys spending time with her two daughters, son and husband. White’s hobbies include leisure reading, foreign television and all things chocolate.