Professor Jules B. Epstein
Widener University School of Law, Wilmington, DE
Mr. Epstein is Associate Professor of Law at Widener Law School (Delaware), where he teaches Evidence and Criminal Law classes. Currently, he teaches Advanced Evidence and Capital Case Litigation courses for the National Judicial College. Professor Epstein has authored articles on eyewitness identification, the death penalty and evidence, and authored or revised numerous chapters on criminal law and practice for the publishing company, Matthew Bender. He has taught for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy and at various Pennsylvania Bar Institute and Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers seminars, particularly in the areas of capital case representation, the law and practice in identification cases, and the law governing interrogations and the admission of police-elicited statements. Professor Epstein has worked on forensics projects for the National Institute of Justice and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. He is co-editor of THE FUTURE OF EVIDENCE (ABA 2011).