Professor of Law
Sabbatical — Fall, 2014
B.B.A., Pacific Union College
J.D., Harvard Law School
M.A., Linguistics, University of California, Davis
Ph.D., Linguistics, University of California, Davis
Professor Slocum is a prolific young scholar with expertise in administrative law, contracts, immigration law and statutory interpretation. His articles have been, or will be, published in the Northwestern University Law Review, Temple University Law Review, Denver University Law Review, Florida State University Law Review, Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, Loyola University Chicago Law Journal, Maryland Law Review and the Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology. Following his clerkship for Judge Frank Magill, United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, Professor Slocum joined the Department of Justice through its Honors Program. While at Justice, Professor Slocum argued more than a dozen appellate cases, wrote and reviewed criminal legislation, authored the Department's guidance on various criminal matters to federal prosecutors throughout the country, lectured to federal prosecutors and law enforcement agents, and wrote a speech for the Attorney General and congressional testimony for the Deputy Assistant Attorney General. Professor Slocum has also taught at the George Washington University School of Law, University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Florida Coastal School of Law, and Widener University School of Law.
Courses: Contracts, Legislation/Statutory Interpretation, Administrative Law