About Me

I am Associate Dean for Research and Professor of Law at Marquette Law School, where I teach criminal and constitutional law. I am an editor of the Federal Sentencing Reporter and the author of more than fifty scholarly articles and book chapters on sentencing and criminal procedure.  I also serve as a member of the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission.

I graduated from Yale College (1991) and Yale Law School (1996), where I was privileged to study with the late Dan Freed, who remains an important inspiration to me. Following law school, I clerked for United States District Court Judge Janet Bond Arterton in New Haven, Connecticut, and then practiced civil and criminal litigation at Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal in Chicago. I joined the Marquette Law School faculty in 2000.

My full c.v. and a lengthier profile are available here.  For more about my scholarship, see the My Articles page.

All opinions in this Blog are mine alone; I do not mean to speak on behalf of any of the organizations with which I am affiliated.

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One Response to “About Me”

  1. Laura Rotta says:

    Do any Wisconsin old-law lifers ever get released?

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