WPU PRE-LAW WORKSHOPS
FALL SEMESTER, 2018

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

Tues. Oct.16   Professor Principe                 Preparing for Law School     Raubinger 403

Professor Principe taught constitutional law and criminal procedure at a number of law schools (he was voted Professor of the Year by the ’96 graduating class at the Salmon P. Chase College of Law) prior to arriving at WPU. He 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, was named a Visiting Scholar at St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge University. Professor Principe is Director of the WPU Legal Studies Program.

Thur. Oct. 25   Maxwell Smith                      Law School Experience         Raubinger 403

Mr. Smith participated in the WPU Pre-Law Program before graduating Cum Laude in Political Science in 2016. He was also a participant in the 2016 WPU Summer Program in Cambridge, where he undertook comparative rights research in the Squire Law Library. Currently, Mr. Smith is a 2L at Rutgers University Law School, Newark campus.

Thur. Nov. 8   Azizza Graziul, Esq.             Healthcare Law                     Raubinger 403

Ms. Graziul participated in the WPU Pre-Law Program before graduating Summa Cum Laude in Political Science and English in 2008. She was also a participant in the 2006 WPU Summer Program in Cambridge. Ms. Graziul then attended and graduated from Rutgers U. Law School, Newark campus. After law school, she was In-House Counsel for Hackensack U. Medical Center before becoming Chief Compliance Officer for Rufuah Health Center, Inc. in NY.

Tues. Nov. 29 Frank Ducoat, Esq.               Criminal Law                         Raubinger 403

Mr. Ducoat participated in the WPU Pre-Law Program before graduating in Philosophy in 2003. He then attended & graduated from Rutgers U. Law School, Camden. Prior to assuming his current position as Assistant Prosecutor & Director of the Appellate Division in the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, Mr. Ducoat was Law Clerk to the Honorable Ariel A. Rodriguez of the N.J. Appellate Division, as well as Deputy Attorney General with the N.J. Attorney-General’s office, Division of Criminal Justice.

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.