Elizabeth Phillips Marsh
Professor of Law Emerita
AB, Harvard University; JD, New York University
School of Law
Evidence - Law Fall 2017
Elizabeth Phillips Marsh joined the School of Law faculty in 1985. She teaches courses in computer crime, constitutional law, criminal procedure, evidence, and federal criminal law. Her research interests include the Fourth Amendment, privacy on the internet, cybercrime, and criminal procedure. Before coming to the School of Law, she taught at the University of Alabama School of Law and was an assistant district attorney in the office of Robert M. Morgenthau, in New York. She has been a visiting professor at Washington and Lee University School of Law and a visiting fellow at Yale Law School. She is the director of Quinnipiac???s Criminal Justice Trial Advocacy Competition. She is active in the Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association and on the Connecticut Committee to Prevent Identity Theft from Court Records. Her personal interests include reading, drama, and gastronomy.
Significant Administrative Duties
Director of Criminal Law and Advocacy Concentration, 2004 to present