Faculty & Staff


Michael Campbell Visiting Assistant Professor Health Law Clinic

Michael Campbell

Professor of Law
Director, Clinical Program
Director, Interdisciplinary Mental and Physical Health Law Clinic
      (Health Law Clinic)

Michael Campbell joined the Faculty in 2008 following three decades as a public interest attorney. Prior to coming to Villanova, he directed the Pennsylvania Health Law Project ("PHLP"), an organization that he co-founded in 1993 to represent low income Pennsylvanians seeking access to quality health care and services. He litigated individual and class actions in the state and federal courts, led community education efforts around aspects of Medicare, Medicaid, and Long-term care across Pennsylvania, and represented groups in administrative rulemaking campaigns before the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and various departments of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  He has testified on numerous occasions before committees of the federal and state legislature.

Professor Campbell is a graduate of Villanova University and Temple Law School. He teaches Health Law and is the director of the Interdisciplinary Health Law Clinic, which blends the talents of graduate nurses from Villanova’s College of Nursing and Villanova law students in litigating disability, guardianship, medical necessity and other cases at the intersection of law and medicine on behalf of poor clients.


Caitlin Barry, Assistant Professor of Law

Caitlin Barry

Director and Assistant Professor, Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic (FLAC)
Co-Director, Community Interpreter Internship Program

Caitlin Barry is a community lawyer whose work focuses on migrant justice, gender self-determination and grassroots empowerment. Caitlin directs the Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic, where she teaches the clinic seminar and supervises students advocates in immigration and employment matters and collaborates with local community-based organizations on advocacy and outreach projects. Caitlin joined the Villanova faculty in 2012 as a Reuchlein Clinical Teaching Fellow and became the Director of the Farmworker Clinic in 2015. From 2011-2012, Caitlin supervised the Temple Immigration Law Clinic at Nationalities Service Center (NSC) as an adjunct professor. Prior to her clinical teaching, Caitlin served as a staff attorney at NSC, specializing in deportation defense for individuals targeted by the criminal system, and from 2007 to 2012 she was also the Immigration Specialist at the Defender Association of Philadelphia, a position she created with a 2007 post-graduate fellowship from the Berkeley Law Foundation. She is a graduate of the New College of Florida and Temple Law, where she was awarded the Beth Cross Memorial Award for Public Interest Service and the Leonard Sigal Memorial Award for Academic Excellence in Criminal Law.

David Breen

Acting Director and Instructor, Federal Tax Clinic

Melanie McMenamin, Director of the Clinic for Law and Entrepreneurship

Melanie McMenamin

Assistant Professor
Director, Clinic for Law and Entrepreneurship (CFLE)

Melanie McMenamin joined Villanova University School of Law as Director of the Clinic for Law and Entrepreneurship in June 2014. McMenamin was previously the Clinical Supervisor and lecturer of the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic at University of Pennsylvania Law School. Prior to her role at Penn, she was an associate in the Real Estate Finance Group at Dechert, LLP.  She received her BS/BA cum laude from Georgetown University, and her JD cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she was elected to the Order of the Coif and was a member of the Journal of Law and Social Change as well as a Legal Writing Instructor.

Keith Fogg Professor of Law and Director of Federal Tax Clinic

    T. Keith Fogg

    Professor of Law
    Federal Tax Clinic

  Professor Fogg is visiting out at Harvard Law School
during the 2016 -2017 academic year

Professor Fogg directs the Federal Tax Clinic.  He joined the Villanova faculty in 2007 after working for over 30 years with the Office of Chief Counsel, IRS.  Professor Fogg received his B.A. from the College of William and Mary, his J.D. from the University of Richmond T.C. Williams School of Law and his L.L.M. in tax from the College of William and Mary Marshall Wythe School of Law. He developed a course for the Georgetown LLM program, Federal Taxation of Bankruptcy and Workouts, which he taught there for 15 years as an adjunct.  He has also taught as an adjunct professor at William and Mary and University of Richmond law schools and as a visiting professor at University of Arizona.


He is a national authority on tax procedure especially in the area of collection and bankruptcy law as it relates to tax.  He co-authors a blog with Professor Les Book, procedurallytaxing.com, which focuses on current tax procedure issues.  Fogg serves as the editor of the ABA Tax Section publication “Effectively Representing Your Client before the IRS.”  He authors the collection chapters in “IRS Practice and Procedure” created by Michael Saltzman and currently edited by Les Book.  He was chosen as the IRS Chief Counsel Robert H. Jackson National Attorney of the Year in 2007 and the ABA Tax Section Janet R. Spragens Pro Bono Award winner in 2015.  He is a past chair of the ABA Tax Section Pro Bono and Tax Clinics Committee and a current member of the ABA Tax Section governing council. 

Michele Pistone Professor of Law and Director of CARES clinic

    Michele R. Pistone

    Professor of Law
    Director, Clinic for Asylum, Refugee and Emigrant Services      (CARES)    




Professor Pistone is a national authority on immigration law and procedure. Her work has focused on issues impacting asylum seekers and refugees. She is a Board Member of Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center (PIRC), a member of the Executive Committee of the AALS International Human Rights Section, and as a consultant to American Law Institute-American Bar Association Continuing Legal Education, she authored an award-winning training video for lawyers representing asylum seekers. Professor Pistone has been a clinical teacher for several years and directs the Clinical Program. She also serves on the ABA's Committee on Clinical and Skills Education.


Linda Love Vines Reuschlein Teaching Fellow Federal Tax Clinic


    Linda Love Vines

    Visiting Assistant Professor of Law
    Assistant Director, Federal Tax Clinic


Linda Love Vines is a Visiting Assistant Professor for the Federal Tax Clinic. Before coming to Villanova in January 2003, Linda was a Senior Attorney with the Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for six years. Prior to that, she was a Tax Consultant with a large, international accounting firm. She received a J.D. and LL.M in Taxation from Villanova University School of Law.


Dveera Segal Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Program and Civil Justice Clinic

    Dveera Segal

    Professor of Law
    Director, Civil Justice Clinic


Professor Segal joined the Villanova faculty in the Fall of 1999. Her legal career has been as an advocate for the poor, as a staff attorney at the Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago, the Delaware County Legal Assistance Association and as a member of the clinical faculty at the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Segal is chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Legal Access Task Force,  member of the board of directors of HIAS and Council, past member of the PBA Task Force on Loan Forgiveness and Repayment Assistance,  and a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Delivery of Legal Services Committee.  In 2008, Prof. Segal received a PBA Special Achievement Award for her work as co-chair of the Legal Services to the Public Committee.  Her expertise and interests focus on poverty law, public interest practice and civil litigation.





    Kathleen F. Cooper

    Senior Paralegal

    Clinic for Law and Entrepreneurship (CFLE)


   Andrea Meals


   Federal Tax Clinic, FLAC and Interpreter Program

Deborah Rubino


Farmworkers Legal Aid Clinic (FLAC) and the Clinic for Asylum, Refugee and Emigrant Services (CARES)

Debbie received her paralegal certificate from the Villanova University Professional Studies program.


JoAnn Viviani clinic paralegal

   JoAnn Viviani

    Certified Paralegal   
    Civil Justice Clinic and Health Law Clinic



JoAnn joined the clinic in 2005 working with the Civil Justice Clinic, the Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic and the Interpreter Internship Program.  She is a past president of the Chester County Paralegal Association.  Her background is in litigation having worked on cases in the five surrounding counties.   

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