Mark S. Brodin


Michael and Helen Lee Distinguished Scholar

Law School


Professor Brodin has published extensively in the fields of employment discrimination, constitutional criminal procedure, civil procedure, evidence, scientific and forensic evidence, and litigation. He is the author of numerous oft-cited law review articles, and co-author of Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence (with Michael Avery), Criminal Procedure: The Constitution & Police (with Robert M. Bloom), and Civil Procedure: Doctrine, Practice and Context (with Stephen Subrin, Martha Minow, Thom Main & Alexandra Lahav). Brodin is Editorial Consultant to the six-volume Weinsten’s Federal Evidence treatise. His William P. Homans Jr.: A Life in Court (Revised Edition, 2016) traces the life and times of the iconic criminal defense and civil liberties lawyer. Brodin's "The Murder of Black Males in a World of Non-Accountability: The Surreal Trial of George Zimmermann for the Killing of Trayvon Martin" appears in the Wiley A. Branton Symposium Issue of the Howard Law Journal.