Indiana University, Bloomington
Professor Hoffman received his B.A., 1978, from Harvard College and his J.D., 1984, from the University of Washington. Note Editor, Washington Law Review. Clerk, Hon. Phyllis A. Kravitch, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, 1984-85. Clerk, Justice William H. Rehnquist, U.S. Supreme Court, 1985-86. Member, Order of the Coif.
Professor Hoffmann is an award-winning scholar and law teacher. He is a recipient of the Law School Gavel Award, the Ira Batman and John Hastings Faculty Fellowships, and the university-wide Outstanding Young Faculty Award.
His courses include Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Federal Criminal Law, the Law and Society of Japan, a Seminar on Death Penalty Law, and a Seminar on Law and the Psychology of Criminal Law.
A nationally recognized authority on the death penalty, Professor Hoffmann has also written extensively about habeas corpus and federal criminal law.
Professor Hoffmann was a Fulbright professor in 1996 at the University
of Tokyo, and in 1997-98 was a visiting professor at its International
Center for Comparative Law and Politics.
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