Visiting Assistant Professor
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Prior to his faculty appointment Professor Carmen Naso spent 30 years in the practice of law, the last 7 of which were as the Supervising Attorney for the Juvenile Justice Unit of the Cuyahoga County Prosecuting Attorney, where he trained a staff of young lawyers before transfer to prosecute adult felony cases. Additionally, Mr. Naso has been an Instructor of Trial Advocacy at Cleveland-Marshall and an adjunct Professor at John Carroll University where he taught Criminal Justice, Corrections, and Sociology of Law. Currently he teaches in the Criminal Law Clinic.