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Valparaiso University, J.D., Law, 1985
Michigan State University, Ph.D., Resource Development, 1974
Michigan State University, M.A., Anthropology, 1972
Calvin College, A.B., General Studies, 1970
Defense Language Institute, Certificate, Chinese-Mandarin, 1966 Defense Language Institute, Advanced Certificate, Chinese-Mandarin, 1966
Additional studies at Grand Valley State University, Valparaiso University and University of Michigan
Ethical considerations in the practice of law; societal differences in legal systems; social implications of taxation codes (especially Chinese taxation); social control theory as it relates to criminal law systems; and, cross-cultural studies of law and society.
A chapter in Criminal Justice Scenarios: Problem-Solving, Critical Thinking, and Ethical Exercises for Criminal Justice Students, Copyright 2003, Edited by Michael A. McMorris, Published by Thompson Custom Publishing. I am currently writing an introductory text for law students at the undergraduate level to be entitled The Alphabet of the Law. I am also revising former research on Anabaptist societies and writing a monograph on societies without crime and their use of alternative social control mechanisms concentrating on my years of research and participant-observation of the Old Order Amish. I am also researching patent, copyright and trademark issues related to the fishing tackle industry in American society and hope to write a monograph on the subject.