Hakim Ben Adjoua Professor email@example.com B.A. and J.D. from University of Michigan
Attorney Adjoua has practiced law in the areas of litigation, commercial transactions,
labor and alternative dispute resolution. He generally teaches Alternative Dispute
Resolution, Administrative Law, Business Law, Business Organizations, Computer Assisted
Legal Research and Intellectual Property.
Thomas G. Shanahan Professor firstname.lastname@example.org B.S. from The Ohio State University J.D. from Capital University
Prior to coming to Columbus State, Mr. Shanahan engaged in the general practice of
law. He teaches Alternative Dispute Resolution, Criminal Law, general practice, and
litigation and professional malpractice.
Catherine A. Ritterbusch Assistant Professor email@example.com B.A. from Marquette University J.D. from Marquette University Law School
Before joining the faculty at Columbus State, Ms. Ritterbusch chaired the justice
department at a four-year college in Wisconsin, and practiced law in a variety of
areas, specializing in complex commercial litigation. She teaches Legal Research
and Writing, the legal system, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and litigation. She
is the faculty adviser for the Student Paralegal Association.
Deborah Hoffman Annually Contracted Faculty (614) 287-2590 firstname.lastname@example.org Franklin 213 B.A., Denison UniversityJ.D., Capital University Law School
Dale A. Gresson Justice, Safety & Legal Studies Department Chair (614) 287- 2872 email@example.com Franklin Hall 211 MBA, Tiffin University
Once you are a student in the Paralegal program, you will enjoy professional academic
advising from the Health and Human Services Division advisors located in Union Hall,
room 477. Students should consult with these advisors when first entering the program
and each subsequent semester before registering for classes. Please contact them for
an appointment at www.cscc.edu/hhs-advising or email a message to: HHSadvising@cscc.edu.