pre-law news

Five students recognized by history faculty for academic achievements
The Huntington University History Department faculty has honored five students for their academic prowess during the school year.
Pre-law students participate in Notre Dame mock trial
Eight pre-law students from Huntington University participated in their first mock trial competition with the American Mock Trial Association Feb. 23-24 at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Ind.
History majors visit day set for Feb. 8
Huntington University will host a visit day for all history majors on Feb. 8.
Brad Barber
Advantages of Christian college education described by Huntington University alum.

Brad Barber

Political Science '13

Brad earned experience on Capitol Hill working with a Congressman.

Panel to discuss an evangelical view on election
Panel to discuss an evangelical view on election At 7 p.m. Oct. 9, Huntington University will host a political panel, discussing varying evangelical views of politics and the upcoming election.
History professor, pre-law students attend diversity mock trial

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History professor, pre-law students attend diversity mock trial

04/11/2012

Dr. Jeff Webb, professor of history, led a group of pre-law students to a diversity mock trial competition at Hampton University in Virginia during the weekend of March 24-25. The students are part of the pre-law club, Eunomia. Those attending were sophomore Rosa Cruz, freshman Alisha Sutton and junior Melissa Lawrence. As part of the trip, they took a tour of Historic Jamestown, which is part of the U.S. National Park System.

Senior pre-law major presents paper at prestigious conference
Kris Burgess, a senior pre-law major from Williamsburg, Ohio, presented a paper titled “Jinnah: Sole Spokesman for Pakistani Muslims” at the Chicagoland Christian College History Conference on April 14 at Grace College.
Six students selected for Horizon Scholarship
Six students selected for Horizon ScholarshipSix incoming Huntington University freshmen have been named the recipients of the Horizon Leadership Scholarship for the 2012-13 school year. Students from Homestead, Fla., to Fort Wayne, Ind., were awarded the scholarship.
Students to spend spring break serving
HU students to spend spring break servingHU’s Joe Mertz Center will send three teams of students to Haiti, Philadelphia and Guatemala, from March 12-16, for spring break. These groups will volunteer in area orphanages, clinics, schools and with local missionaries.
HU students learn to take the law into their own hands
Dr. Jeffrey Webb, professor of history at Huntington University, taught the mock trial class for the 2012 January term session. The class featured two mock trials — a civil suit and a criminal prosecution. Students learned about the legal system firsthand by preparing for a trial as the defense, prosecution, expert witnesses or character witnesses.
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