IBMC College of Greeley appoints experienced Adjunct Paralegal Instructor
More than twenty years of experience as a lawyer give Robert Hancock a competitive edge in his recently-appointed adjunct faculty position at IBMC College. Hancock will contribute his real-world experiences to the classroom at the paralegal school in Greeley.
As an adjunct instructor, Hancock assists adult learners who are seeking entry-level opportunities with career training in the Paralegal Certificate and Degree programs. His experience includes specialization in Family Law, Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Litigation, and Criminal Defense, to name a few. Hancock is currently a shareholder for Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.
The IBMC Paralegal Program encourages paralegal students to combine excellent critical thinking, researching, and writing skills in the classroom and during their externship. In addition, students learn policies surrounding matters of the law. The classroom teachings foster student and graduate success in government, business, and law office positions.
Hancock received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of South Florida in 1974 and his Juris Doctor Degree from University of Colorado, School of Law at Boulder in 1989.
IBMC College offers Certificate, Diploma and Associate of Occupational Studies Degrees in Business, Healthcare, Massage Therapy and Legal Studies, with Colorado campuses in Greeley, Fort Collins, and Longmont, and a Wyoming campus in Cheyenne.
For more information about accredited programs and other accelerated career-training courses at the Greeley IBMC campus, please call (970) 356-4733 or visit www.ibmc.edu.