Emeritus Professor of Law; Organizer and Director, Clifford Symposium on Tort Law and Social Policy
Professor Stephan Landsman is a nationally renowned expert on the civil jury system, and through his ongoing study of the American jury, has become a leader in applying social science methods to legal problems. He is a sought-after speaker at professional conferences and symposia, and among his recent publications are empirical and historical pieces regarding the jury, as well as an examination of legal responses to human rights abuses. At DePaul, he served as the Robert A.
Clifford Chair in Tort Law and Social Policy.
Professor Landsman is the author of "Crimes of the Holocaust: The Law Confronts Hard Cases" (University of Pennsylvania Press 2005). He has successfully argued cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, and is a member of the leadership of the American Bar Association Litigation Section.