J.D., West Virginia University
B.A. Political Science and History, Marshall University
Employment and International Law
William “Bill” Woodyard is a senior lecturer in the Department of Risk Management/Insurance, Real Estate and Legal Studies at Florida State University’s College of Business. He teaches business law and real estate at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He also has taught business law and real estate in FSU’s International Programs in London, England; Florence, Italy; and Valencia, Spain.
Woodyard serves as chairman of the college’s Faculty and Strategic Planning committees. He also serves as a faculty adviser to a number of FSU student organizations, including Alpha Kappa Psi and Beta Gamma Sigma. He is the recipient of the FSU Ross Oglesby Award, which recognizes an FSU faculty or staff member who has exemplified the high order of integrity, service and commitment to students and the university.
Prior to joining the FSU faculty in 1998, Woodyard served as general counsel to the Florida Department of Business Regulation.
Woodyard received his bachelor’s degree in political science and history from Marshall University and his law degree from West Virginia University.
"Kelo v. City of New London, Connecticut - A Proposed Solution;" "Is Greed Good, The Catholic Perspective on Usury;" and, "Catholic Social Teaching, the Right to Immigrate, and the Right to Regulate Borders: A Proposed Solution for Immigration Reform"
- Ross Oglesby Award for Integrity and Service to Students
- Undergraduate Teaching Award Recipient
- US Army Commendation Medal
- Outstanding Graduate U.S. Military