A member of the Nova Law Center faculty since 1975, Professor Wisotsky has taught and published extensively on drug law enforcement issues beginning with his article in the Wisconsin Law Review, "Exposing the war on cocaine." Drawing on his experience as an appellate practitioner in federal and state courts, he has written numerous articles on the erosion of civil liberties and rights _ both of the accused and of the citizenry in general, and describing the emergence of a "drug exception" to the bill of rights.Professor Wisotsky received his J.D. from the University of Miami (1970), and his LL.M. from Yale University Law School (1971), where he was selected in national competition as one of five Ford Foundation Fellows assigned to Yale.
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