|0||Faculty||Guiora, Amos||Professor (Lecturer)||Counterterrorism, Criminal Law, International Law, National Security, Religion|
|0||Faculty||Hessick, Carissa||Professor||Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Professional Responsibility|
|0||Faculty||Rosky, Clifford||Professor||Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Gender|
|0||Faculty||Anderson, Jensie||Professor (Clinical)||Civil Rights, Criminal Law, Innocence, Legal Methods, Legal Writing|
|0||Faculty||Cassell, Paul||Professor||Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Judicial Process, Victims' Rights|
|0||Faculty||Baradaran, Shima||Associate Professor||Counterterrorism, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, International Law|
News and Events
Shima Baradaran, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, moderated and spoke at the AALS Annual Meeting on January 3, 2015. Baradaran’s panel discussed empirical methods used in law and social science research.
Professor Paul Cassell is quoted in a January 4, 2015, Washington Times story, “Loretta Lynch questioned over secret deal depriving fraud victims of $40m.” In a 2013 letter to the House Judiciary Committee, Cassell said that Lynch, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, had failed to notify victims in a major […]
On December 2, 2014, the Washington Post published a blog post by S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Paul Cassell titled, “Why Michael Brown’s best friend’s story isn’t credible.” “Officer Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown, so Brown never had the chance to tell his side of what happened. But standing next to Brown for much […]
Professor Andy Hessick publishes paper titled “Procedural Rights at Sentencing” on June 14, 2014. Notre Dame Law Review, Vol. 90, 2014 Forthcoming University of Utah College of Law Research Paper, No. 80 Abstract: In determining which constitutional procedural rights apply at sentencing, courts have distinguished between mandatory and discretionary sentencing systems. For mandatory systems ― […]
Shima Baradaran, Associate Professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will give a presentation titled, Field Experiments and Surveys Measuring the Ease of Incorporating Shell Companies at the NYU symposium November 17-18 titled “Measurement and Data in the Governance of Illicit Activities.” Read more »
Shima Baradaran, Associate Professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, was quoted in KSL news and the Ogden Standard Examiner about the recently released FBI violent crime report. The results of the report show that although Utah’s crime rate is still among the lowest in the country it is steadily rising. […]
Shima Baradaran, Associate Professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will give a faculty workshop at Cornell Law School on November 7. Her presentation is titled “Drugs and Violence.”
Shima Baradaran, Associate Professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, has been appointed by Governor Gary Herbert to the Utah Sentencing Commission. The Commission advises the Legislature, the Governor, and the Judicial Council on sentencing and release policies for offenders.
Shima Baradaran, Associate Professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will discuss “Debunking the Myths That Link Drugs with Violence and Weapons,” at the Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Annual Seminar. This year’s seminar is titled Defending Violent Crimes and runs all day Thursday, September 11 and Friday, September 12.
Randy Dryer, Presidential Honors Professor, will appear on KUED’s Utah Conversations program on Sunday, September 7 at 5:30 p.m. Dryer was interviewed by host Ted Capener about how privacy has changed in light of new technology which has enabled pervasive surveillance not only by the government, but by businesses, employers, schools, parents, suspicious spouses and […]