Clerk Magistrate Joins Justice Studies

Monday, April 02, 2007
SNHU Communications Office

Dennis McManus, clerk magistrate for Worcester County in Massachusetts, has joined Southern New Hampshire University’s Justice Studies Department as an adjunct faculty member.

McManus, a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and Suffolk University Law School, previously served on the Massachusetts Governor's Council and in the Worcester County District Attorney's office. These experiences were complimented by more than 10 years of private legal practice.

McManus joins former Massachusetts State Police Superintendent/Colonel and current Massachusetts Governor's Council member Thomas Foley and Bradley Hibbard, a private security consultant and a former Massachusetts State Police deputy superintendent and lieutenant colonel, at the university.  

The justice studies program offers a residential Bachelor of Science degree with classes starting in fall 2007. The online Master of Science program courses begin this week. The justice studies program has seen tremendous interest, resulting in one of the largest applicant pools in the university.

Please contact Patrick Cullen at 1.800.668.1249, ext. 3075, or p.cullen@snhu.edu for additional information.

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