Evidence in the Courtroom
White Collar Crime in Practice
RESEARCH INTERESTS AND AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Federal Criminal Law & Practice
Federal Criminal Procedure
White Collar Crime
JD, Catholic University of America
BA, Saint Anselm College
PROFESSIONAL AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Assistant Attorney General Award for Distinguished Service
Senior Trial Attorney in Fraud Section, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice
Assistant U.S. Attorney in U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Hawaii
Division of Enforcement, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Trial Service Office Pacific, U.S. Navy Judge Advocate (JAG Corps)
Former adjunct professor at Catholic University's School of Law and Golden Gate University School of Law
SSRN Scholarship Social Science Research Network scholarly papers by Prof. Porter.
Viewpoint: Sentencing Guidelines Needn't Be Scrapped, The Recorder, March 15, 2013.
White Collar Crime: RICO, 2013 ed. With H. Lowell Brown. (Thomson West, 2011).
No Change in Sight for Sentencing Guidelines, The Recorder, Dec. 8, 2011.
Life Experience Matters, The Recorder, May 3, 2011.
The Pendulum in Federal Sentencing Can Also Swing Toward Uniformity and Predictability: A Renewed Role for Negotiated Sentences and Binding Plea Agreements Post- Booker, 37 William Mitchell L. Rev. 469 (2010-11).
Expert Witnesses: Criminal Cases. (Thomson-Reuters, 2014).
Repeating, Yet Evading Review: Admitting Reliable Expert Testimony in Criminal Cases Still Depends Upon Who is Asking, 36 Rutgers L. Record 48 (2009).
MEDIA AND INTERVIEWS
Professor Porter regularly provides commentary to the media and speaks on matters relating to federal criminal procedure, white collar crime, and sentencing. If you would like to contact Prof. Porter, please email him directly at email@example.com with the subject line - 'media inquiry' and he will respond asap.
Professor Porter's YouTube channel.