Paul Rothstein

Paul Rothstein, a professor at Georgetown University’s School of Law, has written books and numerous articles about the judicial process. A practicing litigator before he became a teacher, he has been a Fulbright Scholar at Oxford University in England and a member of the American team that helped to draft constitutions of approximately a dozen countries that emerged from the Soviet Union. He played an instrumental role in the formation of the American and International Crime Victims Compensation Associations and has consulted to both the US Congress and the Justice Department on legal matters.

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