Professor Bruce Zucker
Department of Criminology and Justice Studies
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Location and Hours
18111 Nordhoff Street, Sierra Hall 130V
(818) 677-3964 (office)
Office Hours (Fall 2017)
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Interests and Accomplishments
White Collar Crime and Post-Conviction Matters.
In 2002, California Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald George and State Bar of California President Karen Nobumoto presented
Professor Zucker with the Bar's 2002 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year, Government Category award in at the State Bar's Annual Convention in
. Monterey, California
Professor Zucker has sucessfully litigated writs and appeals in California and federal courts, including the California Court of Appeal
and the United States Supreme Court. In 2010, he prevailed in In re Nicholas Torres on Habeas Corpus, (2010)186 Cal.App.4th 909 which resulted in a change
in California law through this published opinion. In 2007, he succesfully litigated a criminal case in the United States Supreme Court,
Channo Tho v. California, 127 S.Ct. 1839 (2007), resulting in a grant of certiorari and setting aside of the judgment.
Professor Zucker was recognized by Loyola Law School's Alumni Relations office for his pro bono work.
Click here for Professor Zucker's Curriculum Vitae .
Course Information (Spring