Faculty Detail

Carmen Naso
Senior Instructor of Law

B.A. 1976 (Kent State University), J.D. 1978 (Cleveland-Marshall College of Law)
Areas of Expertise
  • Criminal Law
  • Juvenile Law

Faculty Biography

Prior to his faculty appointment, 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, Naso is a member of the Conviction Integrity Unit Advisory Panel in Cuyahoga County.

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. At Case Western Reserve, he teaches Juvenile Law, and within the Criminal Law Clinic.

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