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Winston Frost

Assistant Professor of Government


M.A., Trinity International University
MBA, Pepperdine University
J.D., Oral Roberts University
B.A., History University of California Irvine
B.A., Social Sciences, University of California Irvine

Curriculum Vita

Contact Information

phone: 918-495-6066
e-mail: wfrost@oru.edu


Curriculum Vita

Dr. Winston Frost comes to Oral Roberts University with more than 30 years of experience in education and the practice of law.  He distinguished himself by chairing two successful State Bar law school accreditation visits while serving as one of the youngest deans in America from 1997 to 2001. In 2002 he successfully opened and operated his own state recognized, BPPVE approved law school in the Coachella Valley.  Frost has received numerous awards for his teaching and service to the legal community. He was the editor of the Orange County Bar Journal from 1990-1993 and hosted his own radio talk show called Law Talk from 2003-2005.

Dr. Frost also taught for 2 years on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in Lame Deer Montana and his doctoral dissertation on the "Separation of Powers Provisions of the Northern Cheyenne Constitution" was based on his experiences representing the Northern Cheyenne Tribal School Board in the Tribes Constitutional Court. While on the reservation he also sponsored and coached a team of young Native American Business Leaders whose business plan finished first in the state of Montana and second in the nation.

As a 1982 ORU Law School Graduate,  Dr Frost  has been  a pioneer in Christian legal education and this experience has led him to focus on helping pre law students think, write and speak more effectively so that  they can succeed in law school.  His background in practicing and teaching law, have helped him successfully build the Pre Law program at the University.

 Upon arriving at ORU Dr Frost began by revamping the existing law related curriculum, created the Pre Law Minor, and helped start the ORU Mock Trial and Mediation teams which he currently coaches.  He also serves as the faculty advisor to the schools Pre Law Society and is a member of the Tulsa County  Bar Association.

As the Social Studies Education Coordinator at ORU Dr Frost wrote the HHG Departments portion of the schools report that helped the Secondary Social Studies Education program receive full NCATE recognition. He is a member of the Faculty Senate and with his background in legal arena he was appointed as the chair of the Senates By-Law Revisions committee.  His degrees in Apologetics and Faith and Culture have served him well the program chair of the Christian World View Committee.

In the classroom, Dr. Frost is recognized for his strong faith and passion for integrating law and theology. He also makes regular appearances as the Reverend Samuel Langdon delivering "election sermons" to his Government 101 students. He also is actively involved with International Legal issues such as Human Trafficking and Religious Freedom and is one a select number of American scholars to earn a Diplome at the prestigious International Human Rights Institute in Strasbourg France.

His most recent publications have centered on issues surrounding Native Americans and the Law. He is currently working on several book projects including his first novel.