Lisa Marie Dell'Anno

Background

Professor Dell'Anno is an Attorney/Investigator for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Revenue in the Criminal Investigation Bureau. She conducts criminal fraud investigations and represents the Department of Revenue in case disputes at the Appellate Tax Board and Superior Court. Professor Dell'Anno has worked for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Revenue for over 30 years and has a diverse array of state government and legal experience. She has been an Adjunct Faculty at Bay State College since December 2016.

Education

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, Salem State University
  • Juris Doctorate, Massachusetts School of Law (MASLAW)
  • Notary Public for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Awards and Honors

  • Member of the Criminal Justice National Honor Society
  • MSLAW Quarter Finalist, Excellence Award in Writing & Legal Advocacy

Courses Taught at Bay State College

Professor Dell'Anno specializes in Criminal Justice and Law courses such as:

  • Quantitative and Qualitative Research and Statistics Methods in Criminal Justice
  • Criminal Law
  • U.S. Courts
  • Race, Ethnicity and Criminal Justice
  • Gender and Discrimination in Criminal Justice
  • Criminological Theories
  • Civil Rights and Liberties
  • Victims' Rights

Interests and Hobbies

Professor Dell'Anno is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA). She is also a committee member and participates as a mock trial judge for the MBA's High School Mock Trial Program. For leisure, Professor Dell'Anno is a member of the Community Rowing Incorporation (CRI).