• University of Denver

  • MENTAL ILLNESS & CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: Problems, Progress, and Room for Reform

    Student research superivised by Professor Ian P. Farrell, University of Denver Sturm College of Law 

     

  • Juris Doctor - May 2016

    Sturm College of Law

    Completed Coursework - Required:

    • Tort Law
    • Civil Procedure
    • Contract Law
    • Lawyering Process - Legal Writing
    • Criminal Law
    • Property Law
    • Constitutional Law
    • Evidence
    • Legal Profession
    • Administrative Law

    Completed Coursework - Elective & Specialization:

    • Family Law
    • Advanced Family Law - Divorce Emphasis
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Representing the Marijuana Client
    • Criminal Procedure
    • Advanced Criminal Procedure
    • Psychiatry and the Law
    • Law & Neuroscience
    • Lobbying Law
    • Death Penalty Jurisprudence
    • Street Law 
    • Colorado Legal Research
    • Problem Solving Courts
    • Specialty Courts
    • World Judicial Systems
    • Legal Analysis Strategies 

     

     

     

  • Master of Arts, Forensic Psychology - June 2016

    Graduate School of Professional Psychology

    Completed Coursework:

    • Practicum I
    • Statistics
    • Clinical Interviewing
    • Psychopathology and Diagnosis
    • Issues in Forensic Psychology
    • Practicum II
    • Issues in Forensic Psychology II - Correctional Mental Health
    • Conflict Resolution
    • Research Methods
    • Psychology of Criminal Behavio
    • Trauma and Crisis Intervention
    • Practicum III
    • Group Interventions
    • Issues in Forensic Psychology III
    • Issues in Measurement
    • Career Counseling
    • Cognitive Assessment
    • Cognitive Behavioral Interventions
    • Practicum IV: Personality Theories
    • Ethics in Forensic Psychology
    • Evaluation and Treatment of the Juvenile Offender
    • Sociocultural Issues in Forensic Psychology
    • Practicum V
    • Personality Assessment: Self Report
    • Treatment and Evaluation of the Adult Offender
    • Lifespan Development
    • Substance Abuse Counseling
    • Mental Health Law
    • Practicum VI
    • Criminal Evaluations
    • Personality Assessment: Projective
  • Chapman University

  • Graduating Class of 2013

    BA Socio-Psychology of Crime, Sociology Minor

    Self-designed major under the supervision of and with approval by the Psychology Department and Academic Council

     

    Coursework Specialization:

    • Victimless Crimes
    • Foundations of Criminal Justice
    • Sociology of Deviant Behavior
    • Child Abuse
    • Abuse of the Disabled
    • Children and Trauma
    • Introduction to Social Work
    • Physiology of Drugs
    • Forensics
    • Abnormal Psychology
    • Physiological Psychology
    • Forensic Psychology

     

    Campus Involvement:

    • International Fraternity of Delta Delta Delta - Vice President of Membership
    • College Republicans
    • National Society for Leadership and Success

     

  • Tri Delta - Epsilon Nu
    Tri Delta - Epsilon Nu

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