I am a professor in the Criminal Justice Department. I have always enjoyed school and learning from a young age. In college, I studied abroad my junior year in Montpellier, France at l'Université Paul Valéry, which was of the most educational experiences of my life. I worked for 5 years after college, and was drawn to law school. During law school, I volunteered and worked in various places to help me decide my career path. I recommend all students work/volunteer in as many places as you can to help you decide the work you would like to do. Since 2000, I have worked in the criminal justice field, specializing in litigation, criminal law, juveniles, and domestic violence.
Colette Marie Wilcox
School of Health and Professional Sciences
Bristol Campus: Bristol 214
J.D., cum laude, George Mason University School of Law (now known as Antonin Scalia Law School)
B.A., Appalachian State University