Daniel Epps, former law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, is associate professor of law.
Epps focuses on criminal law and criminal procedure – and his scholarly approach draws upon history, philosophy, political science and economics.
He is currently working on projects about the role of the jury, the Supreme Court’s case-selection process and the harmless-error doctrine.
In addition to his scholarship, Epps co-hosts a seasonal podcast about the Supreme Court with Ian Samuel, a former clerk for Justice Scalia who is currently a fellow at Harvard Law School. First Mondays is available on iTunes and also has a twitter feed that stays up to date on all things Supreme Court.