WPU PRE-LAW WORKSHOPS
  SPRING SEMESTER, 2016

ALL WORKSHOPS ARE OFFERED DURING THE COMMON HOUR, 12:30-2:00 PM

DATE

SPEAKER

TOPIC

LOCATION

Thursday,

February 25

John Fitzgerald

Constitutional Law

Raubinger 403

(Mr. Fitzgerald was the 2013 WPU Pre-Law Student of the Year and also a participant in the 2012 WPU Summer Program at Cambridge University before accepting a full 3 year scholarship to attend Rutgers Law School, where he is currently a 3L student. After his first year of law school, Mr. Fitzgerald was named to the prestigious Rutgers Constitutional Law Clinic.)

Tuesday,

March 22

Dean Anita Walton

Law School Admissions

Raubinger 403

(Dean Anita Walton is Assistant Dean at Rutgers Law School for Admissions, where she coordinates all admissions and recruitment for the school. Before arriving at Rutgers in 1999, Dean Walton was Director of Admissions for 14 years at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.)

Thursday,

April 7

Arthur Mendola, Esq.

Criminal Defense

Raubinger 403

(Mr. Mendola participated in the WPU Pre-Law Program prior to attending New York Law School, where he was named to the Dean’s List, was President of the NYLS Criminal Law Society, and served an externship with the Hon. Doris Ling Cohan. Currently, he is a Staff Attorney with the NYC Legal Aid Society, specializing in criminal defense.)

Tuesday,

April 19

Christopher Bauer

International Law

Raubinger 403

(Mr. Bauer participated in the WPU Pre-Law Program and the 2012 WPU Summer Program at Cambridge University before attending West Virginia University Law School, where he is currently a 3L student. In addition to having been named Executive Editor of the West Virginia Law Review, he is a member of the WVLS Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, and Co-Captain of the WVLS Jessup Cup International Moot Court Team.)

Please contact Professor Michael Luis Principe,
Director of the WPU Legal Studies Program, for more information.
principem@wpunj.edu

  The WPU Pre-Law Program and Workshops are
open to the entire University community.