Steven Lubet is the Edna B. and Ednyfed H. Williams Memorial Professor of Law. As Director of the Law School's award winning Bartlit Center on Trial Advocacy, he teaches courses on Legal Ethics, Trial Advocacy, Lawyer Memoirs, and Narrative Structures. The author of seventeen books and hundreds of articles on legal ethics, judicial ethics, and litigation, he has also published widely in the areas of legal history, abolitionism, international criminal law, dispute resolution, and legal education. He blogs at The Faculty Lounge and contributes a regular column to The Hill.
Defense counsel argued that PTSD caused Rasmea Odeh to provide false answers on her citizenship application, and they found a famous psychologist to back up the claim.