Anthony J. Bocchino

Assistant Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Studies 1974-1977, Associate Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Studies, 1977-1979


Anthony J. Bocchino joined the faculty of the Duke Law School in 1974 and remained for five years. In addition to teaching courses on trial practice, evidence, and criminal justice, Bocchino was also the director of the Clinical Legal Studies Program. While at Duke Law, he was named a Bradway Fellow and also received the Duke University Mordecai Society Award in 1978. He published widely in the specializations of evidence, trial advocacy, and civil litigation.

Bocchino received his AB from Bucknell University in 1969 and his JD from the University of Connecticut in 1972. While on the faculty at Duke Law he was also a visiting professor at the law schools of UNC, NCCU, and the University of Tulsa.  After leaving Duke Bocchino joined the Office of the Inspector General.

Sources:

Duke University, School of Law, Bulletin of Duke University School of Law [serial]

Anthony J. Bocchino Profile, Beasley School of Law, Temple University, https://web.archive.org/web/20150511152905/http://www.law.temple.edu/contact/anthony-j-bocchino/[perma.cc/L7AQ-FSL9] (last viewed January 20, 2016)


 

Courses Taught

Civil and Criminal Trial Practice

Clinical Seminar in Criminal Justice Administration

Evidence

Legal Profession