Denitsa R. Mavrova Heinrich
Assistant Professor of Law
JD, University of North Dakota School of Law (With Distinction)
BA, Concordia College (Cum Laude)
Legal Research and Writing 1
Legal Research and Writing 2
Denitsa Mavrova Heinrich is an Assistant Professor of Law, teaching Legal Research and Writing. Before joining the Barry Law faculty in Fall 2014, Professor Mavrova Heinrich served as a Faculty Fellow at the University of North Dakota School of Law, where she taught Lawyering Skills, Trial Advocacy, Advanced Trial Advocacy, Professional Writing and Communication, and Post-Trial Practice: Verdict to Appeal.
Professor Mavrova Heinrich received her JD from the University of North Dakota School of Law, where she was elected to the Order of the Coif and Order of Barristers. While at law school, she served on the North Dakota Law Review Editorial Board, won the "Outstanding Student Case Comment" award for her publication on international treaty obligations, and served as a teaching assistant in both the Lawyering Skills and Academic Success programs. She received her BA in Political Science and English Literature, cum laude, from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota.
Professor Mavrova Heinrich began her legal career as a law clerk to Justice Mary Muehlen Maring of the North Dakota Supreme Court. She then spent a year as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Kermit E. Bye of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. During that time, she also served as an adjunct faculty member in Concordia College's mock trial program.
Professor Mavrova Heinrich's scholarly interests focus on legal research and writing and employment discrimination.