Alice Ristroph joined the faculty of Brooklyn Law School in 2017 after earlier teaching positions at University of Utah and Seton Hall University School of Law. Trained as a political theorist, Ristroph studies the ideas and ways of thinking that underlie American penal practices. She has written extensively on many aspects of American criminal law and its regulation and distribution of public and private violence. She teaches courses in criminal law and constitutional law.
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