Everett Chambers

Everett Chambers

Assistant Dean of Pedagogy and Assistant Professor of Law

College of Law
Law 216E

Professor Everett Chambers is an Assistant Professor of Law effective fall 2016, teaching Family Law topics, Legal Methods, and Legal Analysis for the Texas Bar III. He became Assistant Dean of Pedagogy in fall 2017. Professor Chambers received his undergraduate degree from the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica, and his J.D. from Texas Wesleyan School of Law.  He has practiced law in his own law firm in the areas of family law, wills and trusts, and probate. 

From 2004-2013, he served as Director of Academic Support at Texas Wesleyan School of Law.  During that time, he also frequently lectured for BarBri in the areas of bar readiness.  In 2013, BarBri appointed him as the Vice-President of Institutional Programs. In this role, he had a primary role in developing and overseeing bar preparation courses and bar readiness workshops at law schools around the country.  His service activity is extensive, including work with the Council on Legal Education Opportunity, Habitat for Humanity, and mission work in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean, among other regions.  He is a recipient of the Texas Wesleyan University Trustees Award for Excellence in Teaching.

  1. University of the West Indies
  2. J.D. Texas Wesleyan School of Law