Jordan M Steiker
Before joining The University of Texas School of Law, Professor Steiker served as a law clerk to Justice Thurgood Marshall. He teaches capital punishment and constitutional law and supervises the Capital Punishment Clinic. He has written extensively on capital punishment, federal habeas corpus, and constitutional law. He has also testified before the Texas Legislature on numerous criminal justice issues. Sample publications include: Sober Second Thoughts: Reflections on Two Decades of Constitutional Regulation of Capital Punishment (Harvard Law Review, 1995) (co-author) Restructuring Post-Conviction Review of Federal Constitutional Claims Raised by State Prisoners: Confronting the New Face of Excessive Proceduralism (Chicago Legal Forum, 1998).