daddymike wrote:Cole S. Law wrote:If you're interested in Criminal Law, Josh Dressler (one of the top criminal scholars in America) is on the OSU faculty.
By whose account?
I had to look this guy up on the Moritz site. --LinkRemoved--
"he has been a Visiting Professor at some of the nation's best known law schools, including University of Michigan, University of California, UCLA, University of California at Davis, and the University of Iowa."
He lists no works, and his past teaching appointments are quite unimpressive.
If you want to compare Criminal Law professors, Iowa has James Tomkovicz (who has his own wiki page at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Tomkovicz) He has authored SIX Supreme Court briefs and is quoted in many criminal law textbooks.
Perhaps Tomkovicz is quoted in Dressler's casebook. If you don't know who Dressler is, you don't know much about Crim Law. Here are some other no names you'll need to look up on wikipedia: Wade, Prosser, Farnsworth, Corbin, Dukeminier. Maybe Dressler's web bio isnt that great because he didn't spend too much time on the form because he was too busy traveling the country as a featured speaker to fill it out in detail. Or maybe he figured everyone already knew he is the shit, so he didn't need to list his whole CV.