Bridgett C. Sandusky

Bridgett C. Sandusky is the Assistant Dean of Graduate Law Programs at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts. Assistant Dean Sandusky oversees the expansive portfolio housed within the Office of Graduate Law Programs, including the LL.M. in Global Law and Technology; general LL.M.; LL.M. in Taxation; MS in Law: Life Sciences; Doctor of Juridical Science; Exchange Agreements with universities in Canada, Chile, Germany, Italy, and Mexico, and the International Visiting Scholars Program. During Assistant Dean Sandusky’s more than 18 years at Suffolk Law School, she has been instrumental in creating, developing, and implementing four of the above programs, and she has been a leader in advancing internationalization within the Law School and at Suffolk University.

Assistant Dean Sandusky received her BA in International Relations and Political Science from Bucknell University and her JD degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2000.

Prior to joining Suffolk Law School, Assistant Dean Sandusky pursued her passion of working in international education as the study abroad director at the University of Hartford in Connecticut. After graduating from UConn Law, she served as the assistant clerk to the largest housing docket in Connecticut. While in law school, Asst. Dean Sandusky was a faculty research assistant, working on an international law treatise, as well as, providing revision assistance to a European human rights law text, and a religion and international law compilation. In addition, while at UConn Law, she clerked at the U.S. District Court of Connecticut and was the Symposia and Colloquia Editor of the Connecticut Journal of International Law.