Biography

Visiting Professor of Law Stan Adelman has taught law since 1997 at several universities, including the University of Arkansas School of Law, University of Tulsa College of Law, Albany Law School, University of South Carolina School of Law, Charlotte School of Law, University of New Mexico School of Law, and University of San Francisco. His primary areas of expertise are criminal law and procedure, sentencing and correctional law, and post-conviction procedure and remedies. He has also taught civil procedure, torts, evidence, civil rights litigation, trial preparation, and bar preparation. 

Professor Adelman is a co-author of Criminal Procedure: the Post-Investigative Process (Carolina Academic Press, 2014). He has also written extensively in the area of criminal law and procedure, and has trained judges, prosecutors, defenders, and criminal justice professionals in these and other related areas. Prior to his law teaching career, Professor Adelman served as counsel for a number of state agencies in Massachusetts, including the Office of Public Safety, the Parole Board, the Department of Correction, and the State Police. He began his career in criminal justice as a parole officer for the State of New York.

Professor Adelman is also a semi-professional musician and a jazz and blues enthusiast.

Education
BA, Columbia University
JD, New York University
Expertise
Evidence
Criminal Procedure