Professor Joh Speaks at UCLA on Supreme Court DNA Case
Professor Elizabeth Joh spoke at the UCLA Institute for Society and Genetics on November 22 as part of a conference on "The Supreme Genome? Maryland v. King, Myriad Genetics and the Meanings of DNA." Professor Joh took part in a panel discussion of Maryland v. King, which examined the constitutionality of collecting and storing DNA samples from people arrested for-but not convicted of-felonies.
Professor Joh's scholarship focuses on criminal procedure and policing, with a special emphasis on DNA evidence, undercover policing, and new surveillance technologies.
"The Supreme Genome? Maryland v. King, Myriad Genetics and the Meanings of DNA"