Marshall H. Fields, III. joined PLNU in 2019 as adjunct faculty in the Criminal Justice department of the College of Extended Learning teaching our future law enforcement professionals. He now has the pleasure of teaching business leaders of tomorrow in our Organizational Leadership department as well as history to anyone that will listen for PLNU’s Sociology department. Marshall’s legal background in criminal law in the public and private sector, as well as, corporate law allows him to connect with students in a variety of ways. Marshall has been able to live out his life’s passion of teaching, while identifying the talents of students so they might live out their own passions. He is a believer in building bridges, embracing diversity, and educating through shared experiences, understanding that we have more in common with each other than that which would separate us.
J.D., Arizona Summit Law School
B.A., Social Sciences, San Diego State University
- Constitutional Foundations – SCJ4010
- Criminal Law II – SCJ4009
- Legal Environment of Organizations – LDR6018
- Color of Law – SOC4090