Professor Brad Hunt came to Castleton from Ohio in 1986. Since his arrival at Castleton, Professor Hunt played an active role in helping the Criminal Justice Program and its curriculum evolve and grow from a law enforcement-oriented secondary major to a true generalist, inter-disciplinary major designed to prepare students for a variety of challenging careers in corrections, juvenile justice, victims' services, court administration, law, and law enforcement.
Professor Hunt teaches both Introduction to Criminal Justice and Senior Seminar, but his primary teaching interests are in the areas of criminal law, evidence and criminal procedure, the judicial process, white collar crime, law and society, and ethical issues in criminal justice. Brad has two sons, both proud graduates of Vermont state colleges, and lives in Fair Haven, VT with his wife Ceil, a Castleton alum, and a very demanding Havanese dog named Olivia. In his spare time, Professor Hunt enjoys working in his yard, listening to music, and watching sports and British crime mysteries on TV.
M.S., Youngstown State University
J.D., University of Toledo College of Law
B.S., Youngstown State University