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David Robinson, Jr. has been a member of the law school faculty since 1965. He has taught criminal law and evidence. Following his graduation from law school, he had a judicial clerkship. He then served alternatively as a state and federal prosecuting attorney and obtained experience in criminal and civil litigation. Before teaching full time, he served as a teaching fellow and a Ford Foundation Fellow at Harvard Law School. While on the Law School faculty, Professor Robinson also served as a consultant to Congress, to the U.S. Department of Justice, and to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. His writings are primarily in the areas of criminal law and procedure, evidence, and medical-legal subjects. Read more on the GW Law faculty biography page.
Jennie C. Meade, Director of Special Collections
Wednesday, June 27, 2012, at Professor Robinson's home in McLean, Virginia.