Carole C. Berry joined the Capital University Law School faculty in 1974. She served as director of the Law School's Graduate Tax and Business Programs and as director of the comprehensive Legal Research and Writing Program.
Professor Berry authored publications in the areas of worker's compensation, law language and linguistics, and administrative law/tax. Her book, Effective Appellate Advocacy: Brief Writing and Oral Argument with accompanying Teacher's Manual, was published by the West Group.
Professor Berry taught Tax Research, Tax Procedure, Legal Research and Writing, and Oral Advocacy. She was active in professional societies including the Law School Admissions Council, as well as the Ohio, Columbus, and American Bar Associations. Professor Berry was a member of the Michigan and Ohio bars. She currently lives in Florida.