Meet the Instructors
Attorney Todd Clark | Attorney Lalisa Sweat
Todd's Favorite Team. Go BUCKEYES!
Lalisa loves spending time with Kreed and Little Boy.
Todd J. Clark is a Full Professor of Law at St. Thomas University School of Law, where he currently teaches Contracts, Employment Discrimination, Business Associations, Hip Hop Law & Social Justice, Sports Law, and Corporate Justice. Professor Clark is an avid scholar and writes on legal issues involving: employment discrimination, sports, the intersection of hip hop culture and the law, and corporate justice. He has published articles in the Louisiana Law Review, the St. John’s University School of Law’s Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development, the Tennessee Journal for Race, Gender and Social Justice, and the Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives. He has published book chapters in the Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law, published by Oxford University Press, and in a book published by Carolina Academic Press entitled Hip Hop and the Law. Additionally, Professor Clark co-authored a text book with Andre Douglas Pond Cummings entitled “Corporate Justice,” which deals with issues of social justice, corporate power, and diversity.
Prior to joining the law faculty at STU Professor Clark was a tenured Professor of Law at North Carolina Central University School of Law. Professor Clark also worked for two years at Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC where he specialized in employment law and medical malpractice defense. After leaving Steptoe & Johnson, Professor Clark worked for two years as a Lecturer in Law at West Virginia University where he taught legal writing and appellate advocacy.
In his spare time, Professor Clark enjoys spending time with his son Jordan Clark, weight lifting, and watching his beloved Ohio State Buckeyes!
Attorney Todd Clark
Ms. Lalisa Sweat is a North Carolina native and experienced licensed attorney. Ms. Sweat owns and operates iAM Financially Poised, LLC, where she offers credit repair/restoration and budget coaching services. Ms. Sweat brings an array of knowledge from her experience gained while working in the banking industry over the span of eight (8) years. Additionally, Ms. Sweat has successfully used the knowledge learned from her tenure at various banking institutions, to educate, advocate and serve the community in assisting with credit and budget needs.
Ms. Sweat's passion to serve others lead her to establish Credit University along with Attorney Clark. Their combined knowledge of the intricacies of credit repair on a consumer level and federal and state level is what makes Credit University stand apart.