Bishop earned a B.S. from the United States Military Academy with a major in American legal studies. At West Point, he was a member of the honor committee and served as a cadet company commander. Following graduation, Bishop spent five years in the Army as a captain in the Signal Corps. During that time, he interned in the Office of the General Counsel at the United States Army Headquarters, served as a platoon leader in Colorado, and was an executive officer to a Chief of Staff and Command Group Operations Officer. At William & Mary, Bishop was the chief justice of the Honor Council, a member of the Black Law Students Association, and a classroom volunteer at a local elementary school. He spent summer 2008 working for the Public Defender’s Office in Charleston, South Carolina, and split summer 2009 between Ford Harrison, LLC, in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act WIA Summer Work Program as a Program Coordinator. Bishop now works for Deloitte Consulting, LLC in Washington D.C. in the Federal Services Group.
His Own Words
“It has been my experience that Marshall-Wythe is very proud of those who’ve served in the military and treats veterans with the utmost respect. The atmosphere here is one of complete appreciation from faculty and staff and students alike. I believe that the core principles and ideals that embodied military service are synonymous with the ideology of the Citizen Lawyer. Faithful service to the community and country are presented proudly in the every day lives and lessons of the William and Mary community.”