Law-related classes taught: Regularly teaches history 404, cross listed as Criminal Justice 404 and
Classics 404: Roman Law and the Civil Law Tradition.
Law-related scholarly interests: Roman Law
Law-related publications: Regularly publishes work on the history of Roman law, which is his specialty.
Trials in the Late Roman Republic, 149 BC to 50 BC. University of Toronto Press, 1990.
The Case for the Prosecution in the Ciceroian Era. University of Michigan Press, 2002.
“The Role of Torquatus the Younger in the Ambitus Prosecution of Sulla in 66 B.C., and Cic. De Finibus 2.62,” Classical Philosophy 94 (1999) 65-69.
“The Repudiated Technicality in Roman Forensic Oratory,” pp. 59-72, in Lex et Romanitas: Essays for Alan Watson. Ed. Michael Hoeflich. Studies in comparative legal history. Robbins Collection Publications, School of Law, U. of California at Berkeley, 2000.
“Law in the Roman Republic,” pp. 236-55, in A Companion to the Roman Republic, Blackwell, 2006.