|Marc O. DeGirolami |
Assistant Professor, Assistant Director
Center for Law and Religion
School of Law
St. John's University
Professor DeGirolami completed his undergraduate work at Duke, earned a M.A. in Romance Languages and Literature at Harvard, his J.D. at Boston University School of Law and both his J.S.D. and LL.M. at Columbia Law. He has clerked for US District Judge William Smith of Rhode Island and US Circuit Court Judge Jerome Farris of Seattle, before coming to St. John’s where he teaches law and religion, as well as criminal law with an emphasis on theories of punishment. Marc taught at Columbia Law School and at the Columbus School of Law at Catholic University. Marc has presented and published widely and is currently working on “Tragedy and History: The Quality of Religious Liberty” (Harvard University Press).