Ellen Murphy is the founder of iteravi, LLC, an instructional technology and design firm providing customized solutions for individual learning communities. Ellen has extensive eLearning experience and has been a virtual student, administrator, and teacher, including in synchronous, asynchronous, blended, and flipped classrooms. Her work includes curriculum creation and design, graduate program development, and teaching across platforms, as well as face-to-face using web-supported tools. Ellen teaches Professional Responsibility at Wake Forest University School of Law.
She is the former Program Director of Concord's Small Business Practice LLM, and developed and teaches the first course for non-lawyer professionals in graduate level legal programs on contemporary ethical questions in the practice of law and the comparative issues in other professions. Ellen received her Masters of Education in Instructional Technologies (a fully online program) from NC State University in 2014.
Ellen is currently at work as a co-author on Professional Responsibility: A Contemporary Approach (3d, forthcoming 2017), a West Academic Publishing Interactive Casebook. A former corporate lawyer and non-profit director, Ellen received her JD from Wake Forest, where she was Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review. Immediately after graduation, Ellen served as a clerk to the Honorable Frank J. Magill, United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit in Fargo, ND.
Ellen tweets about instructional design, distance learning, legal education, and innovation in education as @iteravi.