B.A., Mercyhurst College, M.S, Mercyhurst College: J.D., University of Dayton
Attorney Fryling is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice. She holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Dayton where she was also Law Review Research Editor. She was formerly a law clerk for the Erie County Court of Common Pleas and maintained a private law practice. Attorney Fryling teaches courses in ethics, constitutional law, criminal procedure, and women and crime. She has conducted research and presented papers on legal issues of privatization in criminal justice. She has published a chapter in a book about Elder Abuse and has various entries in the Encyclopedia of Criminology. Attorney Fryling has argued in front of the PA Superior Court and the PA Supreme Court as well as is certified to represent criminal defendants involved in death penalty cases for the State of Pennsylvania. She is the author of the textbook Constitutional Law in Criminal Justice.