WPU PRE-LAW WORKSHOPS
  FALL SEMESTER, 2017

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

DATE SPEAKER TOPIC LOCATION
Thursday, Oct. 5 Professor Principe Preparing for Law School Raubinger 301
Professor Principe was a law professor at various law schools prior to coming to WPU (he was voted Professor of the Year by the ’96 graduating class at the Salmon P. Chase College of Law). Professor Principe earned his J.D. at the University of Washington School of Law, a Ph.D. at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and in 1993, he was named a Visiting Scholar at St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge University. His main areas of concentration are Constitutional Law & Theory, Comparative Rights, and International Law. Professor Principe is Director of the WPU Legal Studies Program.
 
Tuesday, Oct. 17 Rob Cascone Esq. Private Practice Raubinger 403
( Mr. Cascone participated in the WPU Pre-Law Program before graduating and attending Thomas Cooley Law School in Michigan. He also participated in the WPU Summer Program at St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge University. During his last year of law school, Mr. Cascone interned for a U.S. District Court judge. Currently, he is in private practice in Wayne, New Jersey.)
 
Thursday, Nov. 2 Jesenia Ponce, Esq. Public Law Raubinger 403
( Ms. Ponce participated in the WPU Pre-Law Program, as well as the 2009 WPU Summer Program at St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge University, before attending Touro Law School. While in law school, she won two Cali Awards (for highest grade in a class) and was named Articles Editor for the Touro Journal of Race, Gender, and Ethnicity. Currently, Ms. Ponce is a litigation staff attorney with the Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation, a public interest nonprofit.)
 
Tuesday, Nov. 14 James Arrabito Clerkships Raubinger 403
( Mr. Arrabito was the 2014 WPU Legal Studies Student of the Year before attending Rutgers Law School, where he was Associate Managing Editor of the Rutgers Law Review, as well as the student speaker at the 2017 Rutgers Law School Commencement. In addition to interning for Judge Martini of the U.S District Court and working as a Summer Associate at Carter, Ledyard, & Milburn while a law student, Mr. Arrabito is currently serving as law clerk for Justice Jaynee LaVecchia of the New Jersey Supreme Court.)

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.