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Jacqueline E Ross


Research Interests

Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; International and Comparative Law


B.A., J.D. University of Chicago

Additional Campus Affiliations

Prentice H. Marshall Professor, College of Law
Professor, College of Law
Professor, European Union Center
Professor, Russian, East European and Eurasian Center

Recent Publications

Ross, J. E., & Delpeuch, T. (2023). Making Sense of Youth Crime: A Comparison of Police Intelligence in the United States and France. (Elements in Criminology). Cambridge University Press.

Ross, J. E. (2022). The Surveillance State and the Surveillance Private Sector: Pathways to Undercover Policing in France and the United States. Law and History Review, 40(2), 261-303.

Delpeuch, T., & Ross, J. E. (2021). Security Partnerships in France. In J. de Maillard, & W. G. Skogan (Eds.), Policing in France (Advances in Police Theory and Practice). Routledge.

Ross, J. E. (2021). Undercover Populism. In H. Nelen, & D. Siegel (Eds.), Contemporary Organized Crime (2 ed., pp. 227-247). (Studies of Organized Crime; Vol. 18). Springer.

Ross, J. E. (2020). Undercover Policing and State Power in the United States and France from the Nineteenth to the Early Twentieth Century. In D. Churchill, D. Janiewski, & P. Leloup (Eds.), Private Security and the Modern State: Historical and Comparative Perspectives (pp. 23). Routledge.

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