Fred C. ZachariasHerzog Research Professor of Law, University of San Diego School of Law
Professor Zacharias has clerked on the U.S. District Court in Philadelphia and practiced public interest law in Washington, D.C. He taught at Cornell University and George Washington University before going to the University of San Diego in 1990. He teaches and writes in the areas of constitutional law, professional responsibility and criminal procedure. Among his many scholarly articles are “The Uniqueness of Federal Prosecutors,” Georgetown Law Journal
; “Waiving Conflicts of Interest,” Yale Law Journal
; “Structuring the Ethics of Prosecutorial Trial Practice,” Vanderbilt Law Review
; “Flowcharting the First Amendment,” Cornell Law Review
; “Federalizing Legal Ethics,” Texas Law Review
; and “The Politics of Torts,” Yale Law Journal
. Professor Zacharias is a member of the American Law Institute. He holds a B.A. from Johns Hopkins University (1974); a J.D. from Yale University (1977); and an LL.M. from Georgetown University (1981).