Milton R. Underwood Chair in Law
Professor of Psychiatry
Chris Slobogin is an authority on criminal procedure, mental health law, and evidence. He is the author of more than 100 articles, books and book chapters. Juveniles at Risk: A Plea for Preventive Justice (Oxford University Press, 2011), co-authored by Professor Slobogin, offers proposals aimed at encouraging policy makers, judges and lawyers to re-examine and improve juvenile justice.
|Owen Jones , Glenn M. Weaver, M.D. and Mary Ellen Weaver Chair in Law, Brain, and Behavior and Professor of Biological Sciences, specializes in law and behavioral biology, and law and neuroscience.||Susan Kay , Associate Dean for Experiential Education, is an expert on criminal procedure and evidence, teaches the Criminal Practice Clinic.|
|Nancy King , Lee S. and Charles A. Speir Professor of Law, is an expert in the the areas of habeas corpus, trials, sentencing, appeals and plea bargaining.||Terry Maroney , Robert S. and Theresa L. Reder Chair and Professor of Law focuses on juvenile justice, the relevance of adolescence brain science, and law and emotion.|
|Sara Mayeux , Associate Professor of Law, researches and writes on criminal law and procedure, as well as American legal history.||Robert Mikos , LaRoche Family Chair and Professor of Law, studies federalism and criminal law issues, including drug law and policy.|
|Michael Newton , Professor of the Practice of Law, studies international humanitarian law and criminal law and and is an expert on the International Criminal Court.||Edward Rubin , University Distinguished Professor of Law and Political Science, studies and writes about constitutional law, administrative law and legal theory.|