Leslie Anderson - 2013 FAC Nominee
Division: Undergraduate Adelphi
Program: Criminal Justice
Leslie Michael Anderson, Esq. is anAdjunct Associate Professor at UMUC (Adelphi, MD) and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Point Park University ("McGinnis Lecturer in Intelligence", Pittsburgh, PA). Adjunct Associate Professor Leslie Michael Anderson is a graduate of Bowie State College (1975), and Howard University Law School (J.D. 1982). Mr. Anderson graduated from Bethel University, Bethel Seminary of the East with a Master of Arts Degree in Theological Studies on 6/19/2010. Mr. Anderson has been teaching various Criminal Justice and Criminology courses face-to-face and online for the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) for approximately twelve years. Mr. Anderson has also taught for Point Park University as a McGinnis Lecturer. While at Howard University, Professor Anderson was inducted into the Phi Alpha Delta International Legal Fraternity and cited in "Who's Who Among American Law Students." He also attended the University of Maryland in College Park (1968-1971), and Morgan State University (1976-1978). While at Bowie State University, he was inducted into the Phi Alpha Theta International History Honor Society. He has held an active license to practice law in the State of Maryland each year since 1987, and was made a Member of the U.S. Supreme Court Bar in 2001 with other members of the former Customs Lawyer's Association. Professor Anderson is a past member of the American Trial Lawyer's Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, and the Customs Lawyer's Association. He also worked as an Intelligence Officer at the Department of Homeland and works as Management and Program Analyst with Homeland Security Investigations.
I want to improve the academic and vocational opportunities of adjunct and other professors. I want to be an advocate for them with the administration.