Criminal Justice Close-up: Alfred Chapleau

Criminal Justice Close-up is a profile series run by Alexander Lawrence ’18 in coordination with the Criminal Justice department. 

Professor Chapleau

Professor Alfred Chapleau

 

What’s your position: Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice & Pre-Law Advisor of the National Collegiate Mock Trial Team

 

How long have you been with the school: This is my 5th year here.

 

Where did you attend school: I got my undergraduate degree at Siena College, Masters at SUNY Albany and my Law degree from Albany Law School.

 

Past occupations: Judicial Law Clerk, Chief Assistant District Attorney, NYS Attorney General, College professor, and training new NYS judges for NYS Office of Court Administration.

 

Occupation before coming to The College of Saint Rose: I was a professor at Southern Vermont College.

 

Course you teach: Intro to Criminal Justice, Court Systems, Substantive Criminal law, Drugs Crime and Criminal Justice, Criminal Procedure, International Criminal Law, Internship in CJS, and Senior Seminar.

 

Why Saint Rose CJS: What makes this criminal justice program unique is that here at The College of Saint Rose we have such a small class size, so we get to individually work with students towards career goals.

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