ANDREW ERIC TASLITZ
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: In Legal Education Howard University School of Law, Washington, D.C. Professor August 1994-Present Associate Professor August 1991-1994 Assistant Professor August 1989-August 1991 Subjects Taught: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure I: Police; Criminal Procedure II: Bail to Jail; Evidence; Advanced Evidence; Wrongful Convictions; Professional Responsibility; Advanced Professional Responsibility; Externship Program; Proof of Facts (a seminar on the nature of fact-finding); Civil Pretrial Techniques; Terrorism and the Law; Star Trek and the Law First Year Enrichment Series; Freedom of Speech; strong interest in Federal Criminal Law, International Criminal Law, and Privacy and the Law University of Pittsburgh, School of Law, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Welsh S. White Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law August 2008-May 2009 Subjects Taught: Free Speech, Evidence, Criminal Law Duke University School of Law, Durham, N.C. Visiting Professor, August 2000- June 2001 Subjects Taught: Evidence, Advanced Evidence, Criminal Procedure: Police; guest lecturer in Appellate Advocacy at the law school and on child abuse prosecutions at the journalism school Villanova University School of Law, Villanova, PA Visiting Legal Writing Instructor, August 1988-July 1989 Subjects Taught: Legal Writing and Oral Advocacy, Clinical Component of Civil Procedure, Guest Lecturer in Criminal Law and Advanced Criminal Procedure Other Legal 1
Sprecher, Felix, Visco, Hutchison & Young, Philadelphia, PA Litigation Department Associate, July 1987-July 1988 Practice emphasized health care-related issues; authored Due Process Pitfalls...Criteria for Credentialing, 1988 Progress Notes Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, Philadelphia, PA Assistant District Attorney, September 1983-May 1987 Served as lead counsel in numerous jury trials, bench trials, motion arguments, and appeals; sole attorney in charge of juvenile rape prosecutions; taught videotaped lecturedemonstration course on how to try child sexual assault cases and prepared accompanying manual Schnader, Harrison, Segal and Lewis, Philadelphia, PA Litigation Department Associate, September 1981-August 1983, May-August 1980 Practice emphasized complex commercial litigation, zoning, and products liability EDUCATION: University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, PA, J.D., June 1981, Cum Laude, CoChairperson of Moot Court Board (membership restricted to top 15% of class after second year; duties included co-teaching a second year course in appellate advocacy) Queens College of the City University of New York, Queens, NY, B.A., June 1978, Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Economics Honor Society, Recipient New York State Regents Scholarship PUBLICATIONS: Scholarly Articles: Information Overload, Multi-tasking, and the Socially Networked Jury: Why Prosecutors Should Approach the Media Gingerly, __ Hastings L.J. __ (forthcoming 2011) Prosecuting the Informant Culture, 109 Mich. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2010) The Criminal Republic: Democratic Breakdown as a Cause of Mass Incarceration, __ Ohio St. J. Crim. L. __ (forthcoming 2011) (a peer-reviewed publication) (as part of an invitation to a symposium on mass incarceration) What is Probable Cause, and Why Should We Care?: The Costs, Benefits, and Meaning of Individualized Suspicion, 73 L. & Contemp. Prob.s __ (forthcoming 2010) (Duke University Law School’s peer-reviewed publication) The Death of Probable Cause, 73 L. & Contemp. Prob.s __(forthcoming 2010) (with James Coleman, Jr.) (Duke University Law School’s peer-reviewed publication) 2
Police Are People Too: Cognitive Obstacles to, and Opportunities for, Police Getting the Individualized Suspicion Judgment Right, __ Ohio St. J....
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