August 31, 2007
CrimProf Blog Spotlight: Fredric Lederer
This week the CrimProf Blog spotlights William and Mary School of Law CrimProf Fredric Lederer.
Joined the faculty in 1980. Clerked for Judge Frederick P. Bryan, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, held various legal positions with the U.S. Army including four years on the faculty of the Judge Advocate General’s School and was a Fulbright-Hays Scholar.
Author of Fundamental Criminal Procedure, Military Law and articles in the Military Review, William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal, and Emory Law Journal. Editor of Basic Virginia Law for Non-Lawyers. Co-author of Court-Martial Procedure; An Introduction to Law, Law Study, and the Lawyer’s Role; Concepts of American Law; Aspects of American Law; Courtroom Criminal Evidence; and Defending Criminal Cases in Virginia. Co-drafter of Proposed Virginia Rules of Evidence. A principal author of the Military Rules of Evidence. Co-author and production consultant for three law-related television series and a frequent lecturer on courtroom technology.
Member of the American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section’s Committee on Rules of Evidence and Procedure. Member of the Board of Directors, Virginia Consortium for Law Related Education. Founder and Director of the Center for Legal and Court Technology Project. [Mark Godsey]
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