Prepare for a career in criminal prosecution, defense and policy with core courses such as Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law, Evidence, and Trial Advocacy. Advanced courses include Capital Punishment, DNA and Criminal Justice, White Collar Crime, and more.

Enhance your classroom experience with real-client casework in one of our criminal law clinics:

Meet prominent practitioners and academics addressing cutting-edge criminal law issues through the Program in Criminal Law and Policy (PCLP) weekly speaker series, covering topics such as the use of polygraphs, victims' rights, prosecuting elected officials, and collecting intelligence in terrorism cases. Hear from prosecutors and victims, defense attorneys and defendants, law enforcement officials, forensic professionals and policymakers.

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Key Contact

Jason Kreag
Associate Professor of Law