David D. Diamond is an adjunct professor in the College of Liberal Arts, specifically the Public Safety Administration program. Professor Diamond worked in various fields of law, including serving as a two-term Chairperson of the Burbank Police Commission and a Judge Pro Tem in the Los Angeles Superior Court system. Additional highlights of his professional experience include being a trial lawyer for twenty years and serving on the Los Angeles County Bar Association, Indigent Criminal Defense Appoints program, representing defendants with little or no income.
Before Professor Diamond joined Woodbury, he taught at National University in the criminal justice program and served as an Associate Adjunct Professor of Law at Southwestern Law School. His teaching has covered extensively from criminal law to the court system as well as trial advocacy. He is a State Bar Certified, Criminal Law Specialist. His previous work involved serving as a panel attorney for one of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s unions.
Professor Diamond is passionate about criminal justice current events, providing his students with the opportunity to be involved in seminars about such modern issues. He mentors university and law school students with skills essential for becoming an attorney or peace officer.
JD, Southwestern Law School (SCALE 2-year accelerated program)
B.A. International Relations, Michigan State University