Montré D.  Carodine
Montré D. Carodine
Professor of Law
Montré D. Carodine's CV

Areas of Expertise:
Civil Procedure
Race And Law

Montré D. Carodine

A native of Louisiana, Professor Montré Denise Carodine her J.D. from Tulane Law School where she was on the Senior Editorial Board of the Tulane Law Review. After graduating from law school, Professor Carodine clerked for the Honorable Carl E. Stewart of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She then practiced as a litigation associate with Fulbright & Jaworski (now Norton Rose Fulbright) in Houston, Texas, from 2001-2004. She was on the law faculty at Washington and Lee University from 2004 to 2007. Professor Carodine teaches Evidence, Law & Popular Culture, Critical Race Feminism, and Major Race Trials. She has published several articles in top law journals, including the Indiana Law Journal, the UC Davis Law Review, the William and Mary Law Review, and the Maryland Law Review. She has also published several book chapters.

Professor Carodine has provided commentary to numerous national and local media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, NPR, USA Today, and AL.com, among others. She is a graduate of Birmingham’s FBI Citizens Academy, has chaired the American Association of University Women’s Selected Professions Panel and has served as a member of the Alabama Access to Justice Commission. Professor Carodine has served in numerous capacities at Alabama Law, including as Associate Dean and as Director of International Programs. She has been awarded the Commitment to Academic Excellence Award twice by Alabama Law’s Black Law Students Association.