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Kimeu Boynton, JD

Assistant Professor
DH Room, 135

Mr. Boynton completed his Doctor of Law degree at the University of Wisconsin - Madison and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at Delaware State University (DSU). His research interests include drug decriminalization, violence prevention through recognition of behavior and rethinking asset forfeiture laws.  Mr. Boynton teaches courses in criminal law and writing.  In addition, he teaches in the DSU Law Studies Program.  During the fall semester of each year, he chaperones a trip to the Law School Forum in New York for interested DSU students. He is keenly interested in assuring that his students are ready for law school admission.  Mr. Boynton also enjoys his role as coach and advisor to the DSU Mock Trial team.


University of Wisconsin Law School – Madison, WI, Doctorate of Jurisprudence – 2000
Delaware State University – Dover, DE, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science – 1997                                           


Delaware State University – Dover, DE, 2018 – Present

Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice

  • Courses: Criminal Law, Intro to Criminal Justice, Intro to Sociology and Writing in the Major

Delaware State University – Dover, DE, 2015 – 2018

Academic Advisor, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Delaware State University – Dover, DE, 2004 – 2018

Adjunct Professor

Department of History, Political Science and Philosophy

  • Courses: The Supreme Court, LSAT Prep., and African American History

Department of English

  • Courses: African American Literature, English Composition, Speech

School of Management

  • Courses: Business Law, Legal Environment

Delaware Technical and Community College – Dover, DE, 2003 – 2010

Adjunct Instructor

Department of Criminal Justice (2003-2008)

  • Courses: Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure and Criminology

Department of Business, Paralegal Studies Program (2009-2010)

  • Course: Criminal Law and Business Law


Global Leadership Design, LLC – Washington, DC, 2010 – 2013
Director of Strategic Partnerships

National Youth Leadership Forum – Washington, DC, Summers 2013 - 2015
Education and Operations Coordinator – Law and CSI Program

University of the District of Columbia – Washington, DC, 2008 – 2009
Assistant Vice President of Human Resources

Delaware State University – Dover, DE, 2008
Director of Legal Affairs – Office of Legal Affairs

Delaware State University – Dover, DE, 2006 – 2008
Contract Administrator – Human Resources & Legal Affairs

Pepper Hamilton, LLC – Philadelphia, PA, 2005 – 2006
Contract Attorney – Health Effects litigation Group

Collier Shannon Scott – Washington, DC, 2001 – 2003
Contract Attorney – Litigation Group

Wisconsin State Public Defender – Beloit, WI, Summer 1999
Law Clerk

Wisconsin Department of Transportation – Madison, WI, 1998 – 2000
Equal Opportunity Specialist – Disadvantaged Business Enterprises Office

HONORS AND Achievements

  • Partner – Vindex Consultants, LLC (Risk Management Firm), Springfield, VA
  • President of the Board – Academy of Dover Charter School
  • Coach and Advisor – Delaware State University Mock Trial Team
  • Past Member – National Association of College & University Attorneys
  • Past Member – American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Past Member – National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • Advisor – Wisconsin School for the Deaf, Mock Trial Program


  • Delaware State University A.C.E. – Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking
  • Veterans Intuitive Training – Using Combat Profiling to Prevent Mass Violence Incidents
  • Latino and Chicano Gang Language and Culture
  • City of Lansing, MI – EEO, Affirmative Action and ADA Compliance
  • Delaware State University – Export Control Laws for Research Faculty
  • Delaware State University, Office of Graduate Studies – Leadership Development
  • Delaware State University – EEO, Sexual Harassment and Discrimination
  • University of the District of Columbia – Special Police Officer and Labor Relations
  • University of the District of Columbia – EEO, Sexual Harassment and Discrimination


  • Rethinking asset forfeiture laws for the benefit of citizens in high crime communities
  • Marijuana Decriminalization
  • Violence prevention through effective use of behavioral recognition and intuition models