The Supreme Court released a number of opinions on Monday, June 25, including a ruling on Arizona's highly controversial immigration law. These...
After a clerkship with the Southern District of New York federal court, Professor Steinberg practiced with a Chicago law firm. Professor Steinberg has taught at the University of Pittsburgh Law School and Vermont Law School. He has served as co-chair of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Civil Rights and has served on the Executive Committee of the Association’s Section on Law and Religion.
Professor Steinberg has published numerous articles exploring law and religion, civil procedure and criminal procedure issues. He regularly provides analysis on criminal and constitutional law issues for The San Diego Union-Tribune, the Los Angeles Daily Journal and several regional television and radio news programs. Professor Steinberg’s current research interests focus on criminal procedure, law and religion, and constitutional history.
Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Law and Religion, Supreme Court Advocacy, Scholarly Legal Writing