Appellate Skills Program Coordinator
Carolynn Westenskow came to the S.J. Quinney College of Law in 2005 as Academic Coordinator for Skills Programs. She derives pleasure from the field of academia as evidenced by her service, for nearly two decades, as the Registrar for a local high school, prior to her employment at the College of Law. Her current position provides many and varied opportunities as she works with students, faculty members, administration, staff, judges and the legal community, both locally and nationally. She coordinates a variety of moot court competitions on a local, regional and national level, serving as a liaison between students, coaches and administrators. In addition, she also supports 10 professors with all duties pertaining to their course needs, including syllabi, letters, class rolls, finals, proof reading, grades, and a plethora of requests du jour. She truly enjoys the broad scope of responsibility and detail that each day brings.
When Carolynn is not on “law school duty,” she actively participates in multiple civic and church volunteer opportunities. Mostly, she cherishes each moment spent with her four beautiful, brilliant and loving grandchildren, Sam, Annie, Jane, and Charlie. Just ask her!