Clancy is the Director of the NCJRL. He has taught at the University of Baltimore School of Law, the University of Hawaii School of Law, the University of Maryland School of Law, the Washington College of Law at American University, and at Vermont Law School. His subjects have included Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure I & II, Fourth Amendment Seminar, Criminal Justice, Cyber Crime and Constitutional Law. Clancy has more than 25 years of legal experience, including serving as Chief of the Post Conviction Unit in the State’s Attorney’s Office for Prince George’s County, Maryland and as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Maryland in the Criminal Appeals Division. He has briefed and argued over 900 criminal appeals cases and has extensive trial and post conviction litigation experience. He has written extensively on the Fourth Amendment and is author of the treatise, The Fourth Amendment: Its History and Interpretation (Carolina Academic Press 2008). He lectures frequently at judicial, law enforcement, and other conferences on search and seizure, cyber crime and other criminal law and procedure topics.
Thomas K. Clancy, The Fourth Amendment: Its History and Interpretation (Carolina Academic Press 2008)
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Professor Clancy is a cum laude graduate of Vermont Law School and received his B.A. from the University of Notre Dame.