Frank Baumgartner, Ph.D.

Richard J. Richardson Distinguished Professor, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Research: public policy, agenda-setting, interest groups in American politics, the death penalty and racial profiling in traffic stops.

Race and Profiling Public Policy Death Penalty Interest groups in American politics Agenda-setting

Jeff Welty

Associate Professor of Public Law and Government and Director, North Carolina Judicial College · UNC-Chapel Hill

Jeff Welty is the Director of the North Carolina Judicial College and an associate professor in the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Government.

Criminal Law and Procedure Death Penalty Search and Seizure Evidence Digital Evidence

Professor Jon Yorke

Professor of Human Rights and Director of the Centre for Human Rights · Birmingham City University

Jon Yorke's main interests include the United Nations, European Human Rights, Capital Punishment, Legal Theory and the Temporality of Law.

European Human Rights Legal Research Public Law Capital Punishment Legal Trials

Hadar Aviram

Thomas Miller '73 Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: aviramh@uchastings.edu / 415-581-8890 / Office 328-200

Criminal Justice Criminology Criminal Law Constitutional Law Public Policy

Eric Freedman

Professor of Law · Hofstra University

Professor Freedman focuses on constitutional law and history, as well as the death penalty and habeas corpus

Constitutional Law First Amendment Law Death Penalty

Rory Little

Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: littler@uchastings.edu / 415-565-4669 / Office 338-200

Legal Research Criminal Law Litigation Courts Civil Litigation

Andrew Dilts

Associate Professor of Political Science · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Critical Race Theory Politcal Theory (Modern and Contemporary) Critical Theory Punishment Theory Critical Prison Studies

Brian Serr, J.D.

Professor of Law · Baylor University

Professor Brian Serr graduated summa cum laude from Dana College in 1981 with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and a minor in coaching

Human Rights International Human Rights Islamic Law Criminal Law

Mark Rabil, J.D.

Director of Innocence and Justice Clinic · Wake Forest University

Rabil is an experienced advocate for the wrongfully convicted whose work led to the release and exoneration of Darryl Hunt.

Trial Advocacy Criminal Procedure Litigation Criminal Law Wrongful Convictions

Keith J. Hand

Associate Dean for Global Programs, Professor of Law, and Director of the East Asian Legal Studies Program · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: handk@uchastings.edu / 415-565-4803 / Office 378-200

Chinese Law East Asian Legal Systems Contract Law Chinese Culture Human Rights Law

Theodore M. Shaw, J.D.

Julius L. Chambers Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Civil Rights, School of Law · UNC at Chapel Hill

Julius L. Chambers Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Civil Rights

Political Law Educational Litigation Transitional Justice Constitutional Government Federal Law

Sarah Igo

Andrew Jackson Chair in American History; Professor of Law; Professor of Political Science; Professor of Sociology; Director, American Studies Program · Vanderbilt University

Expert in the history of American privacy, social security, big data, survey data and the public sphere.

Social Media Big Data Cultural History Sociology of Knowledge Social Security

Dr. Adam Lynes

Senior Lecturer in Criminology · Birmingham City University

Adam Lynes has published research focusing on violent crimes from serial murder to family annihilation.

Mass Murder Applied Investigative Techniques Visual Criminology Family Annihilation Gender and Crime

Prof. Andrew Byrnes

Professor of International Law and Human Rights · University New South Wales

Andrew Byrnes joined the UNSW Law Faculty as Professor of International Law in May 2005

Combating Ageism Law Public Policy Human Rights

Todd Haugh

Assistant Professor of Business Law and Ethics · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Todd Haugh's expertise is in white collar and corporate crime, federal sentencing, and business and behavioral ethics.

Corporate Compliance Federal Sentencing Corporate Crime Moral Decision-Making Public Corruption

D. Kelly Weisberg

Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: weisberg@uchastings.edu / 415-565-4678 / Office 348-200

Children and the Law Domestic Violence Juvenile Justice Family Law Wills and Trust

Matthew Coles

Professor of Practice · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: colesm@uchastings.edu

Civil Procedure Race, Sex and Sexual Orientation Discrimination Constitutional Law Freedom of speech Jail and Prison Conditions

Jill McCorkel, PhD

Professor of Sociology and Criminology | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Jill McCorkel, PhD, examines the social and political consequences of mass incarceration in the United States

#SayHerName Prison Education Programs Race, Class and Gender Inequality Prisons and Punishment Law and Criminal Justice Policy

Chris Slobogin

Milton R. Underwood Chair in Law · Vanderbilt University

Expert in criminal law and procedure, mental health law and evidence law.

Juvenile Crime Insanity Defense Criminal Procedure Evidence Law Criminal Law

Jeffrey Ulmer

PROFESSOR, Sociology and Criminology · Pennsylvania State University

Dr. Ulmer is Associate Head of the Department

Organizations Social Psychology Criminology Sociology of Religion integration of qualitative and quantitative methods

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