Associate Professor, Seattle University School of Law
Christian Halliburton is an associate professor at Seattle University School of Law, where he teaches courses in criminal law, constitutional law, criminal procedure, and law and religion. After receiving his J.D. from Columbia University School of Law, he spent several years in private firm practice before joining the faculty at Seattle University in 2002.
An anthropologist by training, Christian has written articles on topics ranging from jurisprudential theories of privacy and evidentiary exclusion under the Fourth Amendment to the intersection of race and criminal law in the post-Brown v. Board of Education context.
In addition to his teaching and involvement in the Seattle University School of Law community, Christian is actively involved in the protection and pursuit of individual civil liberties as a member of the board of several legal reform organizations.