Professor Ofer Raban teaches Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Criminal Investigation, and Criminal Law. He received his B.A. from the City College of New York, his J.D. from Harvard Law School, and his doctorate in legal philosophy from Oxford University (where he was the recipient of the Oxford University Law Faculty Award). Professor Raban worked as a prosecutor in New York before joining academia. He taught law, inter alia, at the University of Oxford and the University of Utah before joining the University of Oregon. His principal research interests concern the relationship between constitutional doctrine and judicial philosophy. He is the author of a book on modern judicial philosophy, and of numerous law review articles dealing with constitutional law, criminal law and procedure, and legal theory. He also writes regularly for the popular press, including in The Oregonian, and The Conversation. Professor Raban lectures extensively both locally and internationally. Last year he gave a series of lectures at Chinese universities, and had taught American constitutional law in Israel. His work has been translated into Chinese, Polish, Korean, Hebrew, and Turkish.