TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-- Antoneia L. Roe, Esq. has been named Florida A&M University’s (FAMU) new director of Judicial Affairs in the Division of Student Affairs. Previously, Attorney Roe served as supervising attorney for the Florida Guardian Ad Litem Program, Second Circuit, Tallahassee.
“With Attorney Roe’s level of expertise and knowledge of the federal and state rules and regulations pertaining to student disciplinary matters and hazing, I am confident we have the right person,” said William E. Hudson Jr. vice president for Student Affairs.
Roe once served as assistant general counsel for FAMU. In that capacity, one of her primary responsibilities included working with the Division of Student Affairs. She handled student judicial and academic issues including student-related rules and regulations.
“I am very excited to be back at the university and it is an honor to be entrusted with the responsibilities and challenges as the director of judicial affairs,” said Roe. “I look forward to fulfilling my role and educating the university community, improving the existing student disciplinary process and enhancing communication among all the university stakeholders.”
Roe received her juris doctorate from the University of Miami in 2002 and her bachelor of science degree in political science from FAMU in 1998.
She has been offered a salary of $67,000.