Professor of LawPhone: (410) 706-0683
AB, 1968, SUNY at Buffalo
JD, 1972, Rutgers (Newark) Law School
Prosecution Without Representation, 59 Buffalo Law Review 333 (2011). [Full Text]
Clinical Professors' Professional Responsibility: Preparing Law Students to Embrace Pro Bono, 18 Georgetown Journal of Poverty Law & Policy 309 (2011). [Full Text]
Itís Not Funny: Creating a Professional Culture of Pro Bono Commitment, in Vulnerable Populations, Economic Realities (2010). [Full Text]
Professional Responsibility in Crisis, 51 Howard Law Journal 677 (2008). [Full Text]
Coming Soon to a Court Near You--Convicting the Unrepresented at the Bail Stage: An Autopsy of a High Court's Sua Sponte Rejection of Indigent Defendants' Right to Counsel, 36 Seton Hall Law Review 653 (2006). [Full Text]
Connecting Theory and Reality: Teaching Gideon and Indigent Defendants' Non-Right to Counsel at Bail, 4 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 1 (2006). [Full Text]
Broadening Scholarship: Embracing Law Reform and Justice, 52 Journal of Legal Education 540 (2003). [Full Text]
Do Attorneys Really Matter? The Empirical and Legal Case for the Right to Counsel at Bail, 23 Cardozo Law Review 1721 (2002) (with others). [Full Text]
Thirty-Five Years After Gideon: The Illusory Right to Counsel at Bail Proceedings, 1998 University of Illinois Law Review 1. [Full Text]
Ethical Decisionmaking and Ethics Instruction in Clinical Law Practice, 3 Clinical Law Review 109 (1996) (with others). [Full Text]
Affirming the Thirteenth Amendment, 1995 Annual Survey of American Law 403. [Full Text]
Liberating the Thirteenth Amendment, 30 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 1 (1995) [Full Text]
Bifurcation of Civil Rights Defendants: Undermining Monell in Police Brutality Cases, 44 Hastings Law Journal 499 (1993). [Full Text]
Challenging the Challenge: Thirteenth Amendment as a Prohibition Against the Racial Use of Peremptory Challenges, 76 Cornell Law Review 1 (1990). [Full Text]
The Motion in Limine in Politically Sensitive Cases: Silencing the Defendant at Trial, 39 Stanford Law Review 1271 (1987). [Full Text]
The Motion in Limine: Trial Without Jury; A Government's Weapon Against the Sanctuary Movement, 15 Hofstra Law Review 5 (1986). [Full Text]
Doug Colbert, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Law, is quoted in the Baltimore Sun story "Police chase lead on Vi Ripken kidnapping to dead end."
Doug Colbert, who teaches at the University of Maryland School of Law, wrote the op-ed "Insecure Justice in Maryland" in The Baltimore Sun.
Douglas Colbert, a professor at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, is mentioned in The Daily Record's story "Panel advances bill to limit right to public defender."
Professor Doug Colbert of the University of Maryland School of Law, is mentioned in the Baltimore Sun, "Furloughs begin for federal public defenders."
Professor Douglas Colbert and the University of Maryland School of Law are mentioned in the Southern Maryland Online story "Leading Lawyers Praise 50-year-old High Court Decision, But Call for Expansion."
Professor Douglas Colbert of the School of Law is quoted in the City Paper story "Men of the Pen."
Professor Doug Colbert of the School of Law spoke on Arise.TV on the 50th anniversary of the Gideon v. Wainright decision and access to justice issues, and was accompanied by second-year law student Iten Naguib on the Marc Steiner Show discussing Gideon.
Douglas Colbert, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Law, and student Iten Naguib are quoted in the New York Times story "Right to Lawyer Can Be Empty Promise for Poor."
Doug Colbert, professor at the School of Law, appears on a program, "Institutional racism" on the Marc Steiner Show on WEAA-FM.