G. Kristian Miccio
Criminal Law and Procedure
B.A. Marymount College of Fordham University
M.A.P.A., Rockefeller College, University of New York
J.D., Antioch School of Law, Antioch University
LL.M., Columbia Law School, Columbia University
J.S.D., Columbia Law School, Columbia University
Prof. Miccio is a nationally recognized expert on the law as it affects survivors of male intimate violence. She has written, lectured, litigated and testified, at Congressional and State Legislative hearings, on the issue of male intimate violence, women survivors and conceptions of state accountability. Miccio was the author of the NYS law that opened up the family and criminal courts to survivors of male intimate violence and one of the authors of the state’s mandatory arrest law in domestic violence cases. She has won numerous awards for her work on behalf of battered women-and for her teaching. And she has been interviewed by the print and electronic media on such matters as hate crimes, violence against women, Miranda, the OJ Simpson, Kobe Bryant and Laci Peterson cases, to name a few. At the College of Law, Prof. Miccio teaches criminal law and procedure, family law, jurisprudence, and seminars on the Holocaust, the Law and Domestic Violence. In 2007, Miccio was awarded a Fulbright and taught at University College of Dublin School of Law and lectured throughout Ireland on the issue of male intimate violence, the state and conceptions of state accountability.
Professor Miccio is the recipient of numerous scholarly awards. She is a Fulbright Scholar, Marie Curie Transfer of Knowledge Scholar, Erasmus Mundus Scholar and a Fulbright Senior Specialist. The Marie Curie and Erasmus Mundas fellowships were awarded by the European Commission and all of the awards were conferred because of Professor Miccio’s research and scholarship on the issue of male intimate violence, state accountability and conceptions of justice. Miccio has been on faculty at the University of Dublin School of Law and it’s School of Social Justice as part of her Fulbright award and currently maintains a professional relationship with both departments as a visiting professor and consultant on experiential and interdisciplinary (cross-discipline) learning.
- Justice Scalia, Male Intimate Violence and the Constitution: Regressive Jurisprudence?, 5(1) Washington University Law School Jurisprudence Review (2012).
- Miranda, Morality and Court-Created Caveats: A Reply to Malvina Halberstam, 2 Denver Criminal Law Review (2012).
- The Death of the Fourteenth Amendment, 2 Wash & Lee J. Gender and the Law 57 (2011).
- Domestic Violence Prosecutions: A Book Review, The International Criminal Law Journal (2010).
- With All Due Deliberate Care, 40 Colum. J. Int’l Law 23 (1997).