Interview with Cordel L. Faulk
Cordel L. Faulk, assistant dean and chief admissions at the University of Virginia Law School, received his B.A. in political science from Virginia Tech. He graduated summa cum laude from Virginia Tech and went on to attend the University of Virginia for Law School. Faulk has had many positions such as director of communications, media and research for the University of Virginia's Center for Politics, adjunct professor at Virginia Tech, editor and columnist for the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and attorney at law with a focus on intellectual property, trademark, copyright, antitrust and trade regulation. He is currently a member of the Board of Visitors at Virginia Tech, and the Virginia Historical Society Board of Trustees. Above he talks about getting people to be more involved and outspoken with social injustice.