Professor Andrew E. Taslitz, over the course of his almost twenty years in legal academia, has taught at Duke University, Villanova University, and now currently at Howard University. He is also the Welsh S. White Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh.
Professor Taslitz is the author of five books, and has published over 100 law review articles and book reviews. His writings have particularly centered on search and seizure issues, wrongful convictions, sexual assault, hate crimes legislation, freedom of speech, the expressive function of law, statutory interpretation methods, and scientific and character evidence, and constitutional issues.
He is a cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and, before entering teaching, worked both as a prosecutor in Philadelphia, PA., and as an associate at Schnader, Harrison, Segal, and Lewis in Philadelphia.
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Faculty Division Podcast 06-08-12 featuring Stephanos Bibas and Andrew Taslitz
The Machinery of Criminal Justice discusses the shift in American criminal law from being a system...