Professional Teaching Experience
In 2005, while serving as the director of the domestic violence unit for the Milwaukee District Attorney’s office, Paul Dedinsky received his first formal instruction as an educator from the American Prosecutor Research Institute (APRI) and the National College of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) in Miami, Florida. The instruction taught best practices in education to prosecutors in leadership positions from around the nation.
From there, Paul Dedinsky embarked upon police and prosecution training from the greater metro-Milwaukee area. Paul also enrolled in Cardinal Stritch University’s doctoral program to learn more about education and leadership.
Paul Dedinsky has served as an adjunct professor at Marquette University Law School for the Restorative Justice Clinic established by retired Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice and Law Professor Janine Geske in the fall of 2011. Paul also served as an adjunct professor at Marquette University for the “Negotiation, Mediation, & Restorative Justice” course in the Social Justice & Welfare Department in the spring semester of 2012.
Paul Dedinsky served as an adjunct professor at Cardinal Stritch University School of Business & Management, teaching “Business Law” to undergraduate students and “Leadership & Management” courses to MBA graduate students from 2013-2016. Paul also proudly served as an adjunct professor for Cardinal Stritch University’s doctoral program from 2016-2017.
For the past five years (2014-present), Paul Dedinsky has served as a presenter in the adult “Sustaining the Mission” program for Catholic School teachers throughout the archdiocese of Milwaukee.