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Prof. Sundby was a professor at W&L from:
> Fall 1992 - Spring 2011
Courses and Research
Scott E. Sundby
|Sydney and Frances Lewis Professor of Law
B.A. 1980, Vanderbilt, Phi Beta Kappa; J.D. 1983, Cornell, Order of the Coif; Editor-in-Chief, Cornell Law Review.
In the News
- Richmond Times-Dispatch
Washington and Lee School of Law professors David Bruck and Scott Sundby are both quoted in a Richmond Times-Dispatch story about the decline of death sentences imposed by juries in Virginia.
- Chicago Tribune
Washington and Lee Law School Professor Scott Sundby comments in a Chicago Tribune story examining the refusal of several jurors in a recent mass murder trial to support a death sentence.
- Associated Press
Washington and Lee University School of Law Professor Scott Sundby discusses the possibility that Michael Vick will strike a plea deal in the dogfighting case.
- The Christian Science Monitor
Washington and Lee University School of Law Professor Scott Sundby discusses the reluctance of people to serve on a capital case jury more than once. The failure of people to respond to a jury summons is an acute problem facing the entire judicial system.
- Star Tribune
Washington and Lee University School of Law Professor Scott Sundby discusses the death penalty decision process in the case of Alfonso Rodriguez, the man convicted in the abduction and murder of Dru Sjodin.
For the Media
Professor Sundby is available to be interviewed on the following subjects:
• Criminal Law
• Criminal Procedure
• Death Penalty
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