Duquesne University School of Law

Laura A. DellAntonio, J.D.

Associate Director of Bar Services and Assistant Professor of Clinical Legal Skills

Office: Duquesne Center for Legal Information 124

Phone Number: 412.396.1990

E-Mail Address: dellantoniol@duq.edu

Education: J.D., Ohio Northern University College of Law
B.A., History, Westminster College

Laura DellAntonio serves as Duquesne University School of Law’s associate director of bar services and assistant professor of clinical legal skills.  During the academic year, she assists and teaches in the bar preparation courses, Core Competencies for Legal Practice and Applied Competencies, and offers all students individual assistance and counseling related to bar examinations. During the summer, DellAntonio assists in the School of Law’s bar preparation programs, Kickstart and Intensive Prep, and works with the Allegheny County Bar Association’s Bar Buddies Program.  

Prior to joining Duquesne Law, DellAntonio served as the assistant director of academic support at Ohio Northern University College of Law, where she managed the first- and second-year academic support program and taught Advanced Legal Analysis: Evidence, Attorney Advocacy Seminar, Business Organizations I, Civil Practice: Introduction, Criminal Procedure, Legal Problem Solving and Analysis, and Writing for Legal Practice.  

DellAntonio was admitted to practice law in 2012 by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and formerly served as the law clerk for the Clearfield County Court of Common Pleas, Hon. Fredric J. Ammerman and Hon. Paul E. Cherry. She received her Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, from Ohio Northern University College of Law, where she was managing editor of the Ohio Northern Law Review, and received a Bachelor of Arts in history, cum laude, from Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pa.  

DellAntonio hails from Indiana, Pa., and she is an avid Pittsburgh sports fan, photography enthusiast, and aspiring history buff.  

  • Core Competencies for Legal Practice I and II
  • Applied Competencies I and II
  • Individual assistance and counseling for bar prep