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
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
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