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Our faculty are engaged in a range of research and scholarly activities relating to criminal law. Below are some of the areas in which we are actively conducting research.

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Academic Technology Transfer

Art, Entertainment and Literary Law

Bail

Climate Change, Green and Clean Technology

Copyright Law

Crime Victim's Rights

Criminal Punishment

Matthew Tokson, Supreme Court Clerks and the Death Penalty, 88 George Washington L. Rev. Arguendo 48 (2020) (symposium essay)

Cybersecurity

Data Ownership and Property

Death Penalty

Drugs

Evidence

Genomics, Genetics and Intellectual Property

[see also Scientific Data Sharing and Commons]

Homeland Security

Innocence and Wrongful Conviction

International Intellectual Property

Legal Theory / Judicial Decisionmaking

Miranda and Police Interrogation

Neuroscience and Criminal Law

Patent Law, Other

Patent Pledges

Police

Privacy & Fourth Amendment

Prosecutors

Race

Remedies

Scientific Data Sharing and Commons

Standards-Essential Patents, Antitrust and FRAND Licensing

Terrorism

Trademark Law

Trial

Violent Crime

FACULTY BOOKS & ALUMNI RESEARCH