Dr. John C. Domino (Ph.D., Miami University OH)
Dr. Domino focuses his research on a range of issues dealing with Constitutional rights and liberties, judicial independence, judicial activism, and the administration of state court systems. He is the author of three editions of his book, Civil Rights and Liberties In the 21st Century, the most recent published in 2009; and also books on Sexual Harassment and the Courts; and Affirmative Action and the Federal Courts, all published by Longman. He has published articles on non-attorney judges, campaign contributions and judicial elections in Texas; and the adoption of computer technology by the Texas trial courts. Dr. Domino has also completed post doctoral training in court administration and works as a consultant with the state courts on issues ranging from technology in the courts, jury reform, and the impact of Americans With Disabilities Act on the administration of justice. While on leave during the 1996-1997 academic year, Dr. Domino worked for the American Judicature Society in Chicago, IL, where he initiated and managed a variety of grant-funded court education. Domino's non-professional activities are dominated by his two children but when possible he enjoys road cycling, fly fishing, and spending as much time as possible in the Texas Hill Country and on the Florida coast.
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