"Self-Defense: What’s a Jury Got To Do With It?," 57 Kansas Law Review 1143 (2009); “The Insanity of the Mens Rea Model: Due Process and the Abolition of the Insanity Defense,” 28 Pace Law Review 455 (2008); "Federal Habeas Corpus for Trial Lawyers," 73 Journal of the Kansas Bar Association 20 (January 2004); "Who Decides: The Allocation of Powers Between the Lawyer and the Client in a Criminal Case," 71 Journal of the Kansas Bar Association 28 (October 2000); Contributing Author, Practice under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, ABA Section of Criminal Justice (Aspen Law and Business, 3rd Edition, 1993) (Supplement, 1998).
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth Amendments, post-conviction, ethics and criminal defense.
J.D., Kansas, 1990; B.A., Augustana College, 1987.
Kansas 1990; 10th Circuit 1996; Supreme Court 2002.
Research Attorney, Hon. Robert J. Lewis, Jr., Kansas Court of Appeals 1990-92; Assistant Appellate Defender, Appellate Defender Office, Topeka, Kansas 1992-96; Supervising Attorney, Paul E. Wilson Defender Project 1996-98; Associate Clinical Professor and Director Paul E. Wilson Defender Project since 1999.
Clinical Legal Education Association; National Legal Aid and Defense Association; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Kansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Kansas Bar Association; Treasurer, Board of Legal Services for Prisoners Inc.; Continuing Legal Education Commission.