Professor of Law
LAW REVIEW AND OTHER SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
"Through the Looking-Glass at the Brady Doctrine: Some New Reflections on White Queens, Hobgoblins, and Due Process," 94 Kentucky Law Journal 211-276 (2005-2006).
“‘Dancing in the Courthouse’: The First Amendment Right of Access Opens a New Round.” 29 University of Richmond Law Review 237–326 (1995).
“The Demise of the Aguilar-Spinelli Rule: A Case of Faulty Reception.” 61 Denver Law Journal 431–468 (1984).
NEWSPAPER ARTICLES, PRACTICE MATERIALS, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS
“New Initiative From the Second Circuit in the NullificationWars.” 218 New York Law Journal 1 (September 10, 1997).
“Hush, Hush, O.J.: Asserting the Fifth Amendment Privilege in Civil Trials.” Legal Times (Commentary and Analysis), at 25 (February 24, 1997).
Harvard, B.A. 1966 University of Pennsylvania, J.D. 1970.
Expert on trial practice and strategy. Prior practice includes service as a public defender with New York Legal Aid Society and as a federal prosecutor with U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York.