Susan Rozelle

Associate Dean Susan D. Rozelle has been appointed to the Editorial Board of the ABA Criminal Justice Magazine; her article, Practice Attributional Charity: Cognitive Bias in Intentional Homicide Law, is forthcoming in volume 47 of the Texas Tech Law Review (invited symposium contribution); and she presented “Eating the Elephant: Institutional Strategies for Work-Life Balance,” at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Conference in August.… » Read more


Susan Rozelle

Professor Rozelle presented on her essay, “The Story of Berry: When Hot Blood Cools,” which was published in the book Criminal Law Stories, at a panel on the book at the Law and Society Conference in June.  Professor Rozelle also served the discussant for the panel titled “Topics in the Theory of Crime and Punishment.”… » Read more


Susan Rozelle

Professor Rozelle presented “The Technical Term Is ‘Homicidal Maniac’: A Response to Joel Eigen” as part of a scholars workshop on “Criminal Responsibility and its History” sponsored by the Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice at the University of Minnesota Law School.… » Read more


Susan Rozelle

Susan Rozelle serves on the Work-Life Balance Committee of the AALS Section on Women in Legal Education, and is chair of the Teaching Materials Network for the AALS New Law Professors Section.… » Read more