Two decades of combined experience make this new law research and writing professor a great addition to the legal community

Buske is a professor with more than 20 years of experience in Legal Writing, Child Law and other subjects. She also has served as the director or assistant director of Legal Writing in multiple schools. Before joining Willamette in 2018, she was the director of Washington and Lee University School of Law’s Legal Writing Program.

Buske stated, “I believe strongly in skill development as the core law education,” and he added, “and I’m thrilled to be joining an faculty that values experiential learn.”

Buske was welcomed to the faculty by Dean Brian Gallini.

Gallini states, “Professor Buske has joined a talented faculty which shares her deep dedication to skill-based learn,” Gallini adds. “Addition of Professor Buske will strengthen our student’s preparation for legal studies and beyond by joining our talented class teachers.”

Buske has a passion about international legal education. Buske has lived in and taught in South Africa (Ireland), South Africa (South Africa), Cambodia, and many other countries. She was a Fulbright Scholar to Ghana 2011-12.

Buske enjoys building relationships with students. She cheers them on as their passions are matched by success in the legal field. Buske says that the best compliment is having former students remain in touch after graduation.

Buske previously worked as a Child Welfare Law practitioner in Chicago, Illinois for the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. She is new in Oregon and looks forward to exploring the Pacific Northwest.