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Is your student aspiring to law school? Find out how he can prepare academically, what she should expect, and what extra-curricular activities attract the attention of law school admissions departments! Mike Farris talks with several students and the chair of the Pre Law Advisor’s National Council, this week on the program.
Dr. Frank Guliuzza
Dr. Guliuzza received the John S. Hinckley Award as the outstanding faculty member at Weber State University (2003), where he was a tenured Professor of Political Science and Chair of the Department. He was named Utah Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation (2003). He has been recognized four times by the American Political Science Association for Outstanding Teaching in Political Science (2000, 2003, 2004, and 2008).
He is the current Chair of the Pre-Law Advisors’ National Council and is on the executive boards of the American Mock Trial Association and the American Collegiate Moot Court Associations. A successful coach at Weber State, his teams finished in the top-ten at national tournaments a dozen times. He coached more than 60 students who were either All-Americans or All-Regional competitors. He has also taught at Wheaton College, the University of Minnesota, and Vassar.
Dr. Guliuzza is now Professor of Government at Patrick Henry College, where he also advises students who plan to attend law school and coaches moot court and mock trial.