Assistant General Counsel
Regina C. Rudisill serves as an Assistant General Counsel within the Office of General Counsel at Appalachian State University. In December of 2022, she moved from Fayetteville, North Carolina, to Boone, North Carolina, to begin her new role. Prior to joining the Office of General Counsel at Appalachian State University, Regina served for nearly 5 ½ years at her alma mater, Fayetteville State University, within the Division of Student Affairs as the Director of Student Conduct. In that role, Regina collaborated with campus partners in various areas including, but not limited to, matters involving Title IX, student engagement, counseling, student mental health, academic misconduct, and Free Speech and Expression. She also previously served as a Pre-Law advisor for those students aspiring to have a career in the legal field.
Since 2018, Regina operated her solo law practice, part-time, and represented clients with legal issues involving residential landlord-tenant disputes, contract drafting, review, breach of contract-related issues, traffic tickets, estate planning, and various other consumer-related issues.
- Southern University Law Center, Juris Doctor
- Fayetteville Technical Community College, Paralegal Diploma
- Fayetteville State University, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
- North Carolina
- North Carolina State Bar
- Cumberland County Bar Association
- 14th Judicial District
- Association for Student Conduct Administration
- Student Affairs
- Higher Education
- Labor and Employment
- University Governance