Nadia B. Soree
Assistant Professor of Law
B.M., The Julliard School
M.M., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
J.D., Yale Law School
Professor Nadia Soree began her law career at the United States House of Representatives, in the Office of the Legislative Counsel, where she worked advising on and drafting federal law in the substantive areas of controlled substances, veterans’ benefits, and appropriations. Before entering law school, she was a professional harpsichordist and pianist. Her research interests currently include the Fourth Amendment and False Confessions, and she has published a work on the admissibility of expert testimony regarding false confessions, which can be found at 32 Am J. Crim L. 193 (2005). Professor Soree teaches Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Evidence.