Bruce R. Jacob - Publications

Bruce R. Jacob

Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law

B.A., Florida State University
J.D., Stetson University
LL.M., Northwestern University; LL.M., University of Florida
S.J.D., Harvard University

Courses:
Administrative Law, Constitutional Law I and II, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Florida Constitutional Law

Book

Remembering a Great Lawyer: Harold L. "Tom" Sebring (Vandeplas Publg. 2007).



Articles

Judges at Nuremberg: Stetson’s Connection to the War Crimes Trials, 44 Stetson Law Review 697 (2015)

The Gideon Trials, 99 Iowa Law Review 2059 (July, 2014)

50 Years Later: Memories of Gideon v Wainwright, 11th Circuit Historical News, The Historical Society of the U.S. Courts in the Eleventh Circuit, Volume X, Number 4, Fall, 2013.

The Post-Gideon Crisis in Indigent Criminal Defense, Newsletter of Civil Rights Law Section of the National Bar Association, July 2013 issue.

50 Years Later; Memories of Gideon v Wainwright, 87 No. 3 The Florida Bar Journal 10 (March, 2013).

Remembering Gideon’s Lawyers, The Champion, publication of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Special Commemorative Edition 16 (June, 2012).

Memories of and Reflections About Gideon v. Wainwright, 33 Stetson Law Review 181 (2003).

Remembering a Great Dean: Harold L. “Tom” Sebring, published fall, 2000, in the Stetson Law Review, 30 Stetson L. Rev. 71 (2000).

Developing Lawyering Skills and the Nurturing of Inherent Traits and Abilities (revision of earlier article), 29 Stetson L. Rev. 1057 (2000).

Calvin A. Kuenzel: A Teacher’s Teacher and Stetson Legend, 28 Stetson L. Rev. 975 (1999).

Remarks at Conference on the 30th Anniversary of the United States Supreme Court's Decision in Gideon v. Wainwright, 43 American U. L. Rev. 1, 33 (1993).

Developing Lawyering Skills and the Nurturing of Inherent Traits and Abilities, in Symposium on Maximizing the Law School Experience, 12 Stetson L. Rev. 577 (1983).

Co-author of Disciplinary and Punitive Transfer Decisions and Due Process Values in the American Correctional System, 12 Stetson L. Rev. 1 (1982).

The Concept of Restitution: An Historical Overview, published in Restitution in Criminal Justice (1976). [Proceedings of The International Symposium of Restitution held in Minneapolis in November, 1975, sponsored by L.E.A.A. and the Minnesota Department of Corrections. Re-published as Restitution in Criminal Justice (J. Hudson & B. Galaway, editors, Lexington Books, 1977).]

Book Review of Police Training for Tough Calls: Discretionary Situations, by Frank Vandall, 25 Emory Law Journal 393 (1976).

Co-author of Justice After Trial: Prisoners' Need for Legal Services in the Criminal Correctional Process, 18 Kan. L. Rev. 493 (1970).

Prison Discipline and Inmate Rights, 5 Harv. Civ. Rights-Civ. Lib. L. Rev. 227 (1970).

Reparation or Restitution by the Criminal Offender to His Victim: Applicability of an Ancient Concept in the Modern Correctional Process, 61 J. Crim. L., C & P.S. 152 (1970).

Annual Survey of Georgia Law, Criminal Law and Procedure, 17 Mercer L. Rev. 58 Fall, 1965).

Co-author of Sit-In Demonstrations: Are They Punishable in Florida? 15 U. Miami L. Rev. 123 (1960-61).