G. Lawrence Dillon, Esq., J.D.
Since 1994, Professor Dillon has been teaching at Utica College as an adjunct in the Criminal Justice Department. As needs arose, I taught 200 and 300 level courses, including Juvenile Delinquency, Corrections, Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, Courts: Theory and Practice, as well as International Comparative Corrections that involved student's travelling to Ireland, Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Canada to immerse the student into the corrections, courts, and culture of those nations.
As a practicing attorney representing the government, I have brought to the classroom my experiences of being "in the trenches" to the classroom in a multidimensional and "first person" perspective. Many of my students went on to prosperous careers in law enforcement, corrections, probation, and parole. Retiring after 30 years in New York State public service, I continue to provide students a varied real-life academic enriched curriculum on-line.
- New York Law School, Juris Doctor, 1984
- Westminster College, Bachelor of Arts, 1981
- Political Science major, History minor
- Pi Sigma Alpha (President) - Nat’l Political Science;
- Omicron Delta Kappa (Vice-President)- Nat’l Leadership;
- Phi Delta Theta - Nat’l History;
- NAIA National Swimming Championships Qualifier.
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