Frederick K. Cox International Law Center
Frederick K. Cox International Law Center





Case Western Reserve University School of Law
2008 Jessup International Moot Court World Championship Team.

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The International Law Faculty



Lewis R. Katz
John C. Hutchins Professor; Director, Foreign Graduate Studies
Phone: 216/368-3287
Email: lrk@case.edu

John C. Hutchins Professor; A.B. 1959 (Queens College), JD 1963 (Indiana)
Lewis Katz is director of the law school's three Master of Laws programs for foreign lawyers: the LLM in U.S. and Global Legal Studies, the LLM in Intellectual Property Law, and the LLM in International Business Law. A criminal justice expert whose primary interest is the Fourth Amendment, he has written and lectured internationally on criminal justice issues in the U.S. Courts and abroad.


Publications:

Professor Katz has a forthcoming article in Case Western Reserve Law Review. The article is about school strip searches and critiques the June 2009 US SCt decision, Unified School District 1 v. Redding and proposes a different stricter standard than that imposed by the Court. The article will appear in Issue two, due out February 2010.

Curbing the Dog: Extending the Protection of the Fourth Amendment to Police Drug Dogs, (with Aaron P. Golembiewski) 85 Nebraska Law Review 735 (2007)

Drug Dogs and the Fourth Amendment, 34 Search and Seizure Law Report (December, 2007) (with Aaron P. Golembiewski).

Introduction: Prosecutorial Ethics and the Right to a Fair Trial: The Role of the Brady Rule in the Modern Criminal Justice System, 57 Case Western Reserve University Law Review 521 (2007) (symposium)

Sentencing Consistency: The Linchpin of Ohio’s Sentencing Reform, (with Burt W. Griffin) 19 Ohio Lawyer 14 (July/August 2005)

New York Suppression Manual: Arrest, Search and Seizure, Interrogation and Identification (with Jay Shapiro) (Matthew Bender and Co., 1991) (annual supplement 2008)

Terry v. Ohio at Thirty: A Revisionist View, 74 Mississippi Law Journal 424 (Special Edition 2004)

Baldwin’s Ohio Practice Criminal Law, 4 volumes (with Paul C. Giannelli, Beverly J. Blair, and Judith Lipton) (2d edition West, 2003) (annual supplement 2008)

Detention in the U.S. after 9/11 Without Judicial Oversight, 1 Israel Defense Forces Law Review 181 (Nov. 2003)

Questions & Answers: Criminal Procedure (with Neil Cohen) (Lexis, 2003)

Sentencing Reform without Numerical Grids: The Ohio Plan, (with Burt W. Griffin) 53 Case Western Reserve University Law Review 1 (2002)

“Anti-Terrorism Laws: Too Much of a Good Thing,” (http://jurist.law.pitt.edu/forum/forumnew39.htm) (November 2001), Reprinted in Allan J. Cigler, Perspectives on Terrorism (Houghton Mifflin Company, 2002)
http://jurist.law.pitt.edu/forum/forumnew39.htm

“Sentencing Consistency: Basic Principles Instead of Numerical Grids: The Ohio Plan,” 53 Case Western Reserve Law Review 1 (2002) (with Burt W. Griffin)

Mapp After Forty Years: Its Impact on Race in America, (Symposium on the Fortieth Anniversary of Mapp v. Ohio) 52 Case Western Reserve Law Review 471 (2001)

In Search of A Fourth Amendment for the Twenty First Century, 65 Indiana Law Journal 549 (1990)

Redefining Fourth Amendment Protection, 17 Search and Seizure Law Report (December 1990)

The Automobile Exception Transformed: The Rise of A Public Place Exemption to the Warrant Requirement, 36 Case Western Reserve Law Review 375 (1986)

The United States Supreme Court: The 1984 1985 Term, 8 Public Defender Reporter No.5 (September October 1985). (Reprinted, 27 Ohio Law Enforcement Training Bulletin, Nos. 1 and 2 (1985))

Good Faith Exception to the Exclusionary Rule," 7 Public Defender Reporter No.4 (July August 1984)

Ohio's New Drunk Driving Law: A Halfhearted Experiment in Deterrence (with Robert D. Sweeney, Jr.), 34 Case Western Reserve Law Review 239 (1984)

Speedy Trial, 4 Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice 1506 (The Free Press 1983)

United States v. Ross: Evolving Standards for Warrantless Searches, 74 The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 172 (1983)

The United States Supreme Court: The 1981 1982 Term, Public Defender Reporter No. 5 (September October, 1982). (Reprinted, 24 Ohio Law Enforcement Training Bulletin, Nos. 1 and 2 (1982))

The Fourth Amendment and Automobiles, 4 Public Defender Reporter No. 6 (November December, 1981)

The United States Supreme Court: The 1980 1981 Term, Public Defender Reporter No. 5 (September October, 1981). (Reprinted, 23 Ohio Law Enforcement Training Bulletin, Nos. 1 and 2 (1981))

Reflections on Search and Seizure and Illegally Seized Evidence in Canada and the United States, 3 Canada U.S. Law Journal 103 (1980)

The United States Supreme Court: The 1979 1980 Term", Public Defender Reporter (Part I, Vol. 3, No. 4, July August, 1980) (Part II, Vol. 3, No. 5, September October, 1980)

Double Jeopardy, 2 Public Defender Reporter No. 4 (July, 1979) (Reprinted in Illinois Criminal Defense Newsletter, September, 1979)

Preface to Pretrial Screening Projects, U.S. Department of Justice, LEEA (January, 1976)

Judicial Information System Criminal, 44 Cleveland Bar Journal 100 (February, 1973)

Municipal Courts: Another Urban Ill, 20 Case Western Reserve Law Review 87 (1968), cited by the United States Supreme Court in Argersinger v. Hamlin, 407 U.S. 25, 63 n.32 (1972)

Analysis of Pretrial Delay in Felony Cases A Summary Report, National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice (U.S. Government Printing Office, May, 1972)

Gideon's Trumpet: Mournful and Muffled, 55 Iowa Law Review 523 (1970)

A Proposal for Restructuring the Administration of Criminal Justice, Report to the National Defender Conference, 44 (Washington, D.C., 1969)

The Need for Clarification in Military Habeas Corpus (with G. S. Nelson), 27 Ohio State Law Journal 193 (1966)