About the Authors
David Luban is University Professor and Professor of Law and Philosophy at Georgetown University Law Center. He previously taught law at the University of Maryland, and has been a visiting professor at Harvard, Stanford, and Yale law schools and in the philosophy departments at Dartmouth College and Melbourne University. He has been a Guggenheim Fellow and a Woodrow Wilson Fellow. Luban's books include Legal Ethics and Human Dignity (2007), Legal Modernism (1994), Lawyers and Justice: An Ethical Study (1988), and the textbook Legal Ethics (co-author Deborah L. Rhode, 5th ed. 2009).
Professor Julie Rose O’Sullivan teaches and publishes primarily in the areas of federal white-collar crime and international criminal law. Prior to joining the faculty at Georgetown Law Center in 1994, she practiced for eight years as a criminal defense lawyer, at Davis Polk & Wardwell, and as a federal prosecutor in the Southern District of New York and on the Whitewater Investigation under Robert B. Fiske, Jr. She clerked for the Hon. Sandra Day O’Connor (1985–86) and the Hon. Levin H. Campbell (1984–85) after graduating summa cum laude from Cornell Law School in 1984.
David P. Stewart is a visiting professor at Georgetown Law Center. He retired from the U.S. Department of State in 2008, having spent nearly 33 years practicing international law with the Office of the Legal Adviser, including in the areas of international criminal law and human rights law. Before joining the government he practiced antitrust and civil litigation with Donovan, Leisure, Newton, and Irvine, He received his J.D. from Yale and his LL.M. (international legal studies) from New York University He serves on the Board of Editors of the American Journal of International Law and is a member of the Inter-American Juridical Committee.
Articles By Julie O'Sullivan
Does DOJ’s Privilege Waiver Policy Threaten the Rationales Underlying the Attorney-Client Privilege and the Work Product Doctrine? A Preliminary “No”
- 45 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 1237 (2008).
- 44 American Criminal Law Review 1447 (2007).
The Federal Criminal Code is a Disgrace: Obstruction as Case Study
- Journal Of Criminal Law and Criminology (2006)
Some Thoughts on Proposed Revisions to the Organizational Guidelines
- Ohio State Journal Of Criminal Law (2004)
- Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics (2002)
The Bakaly Debacle: The Role of the Press in High-Profile Criminal Investigations
- Maryland Law Review (2001)
The Interaction Between Impeachment and the Independent Counsel Statute
- Georgetown Law Journal (1998)
- American Criminal Law Review (1996)
Briefs By Julie O’Sullivan