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Prior to coming to Pace, Professor Rogers was an associate at Siff, Newman, Rosen & Parker, P.C., where she specialized in appellate practice. She teaches Criminal Law Analysis and Writing and Advanced Appellate Advocacy. She has written a number of articles, including "Prosecutorial Use of Expert Testimony in Domestic Violence Cases: From Recantation to Refusal to Testify," published in the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law. She is currently the co-editor of the New York State Bar Association Health Law Journal. Professor Rogers is actively involved in a number of community service organizations, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Chappaqua Summer Scholarship Program and the Westchester/Rockland chapter of the Anti-Defamation League.
- Criminal Law
- Civil Procedure I
- Family Law
- Computer Law
"Death By Bullying:A Comparative Causation Approach," Pace Law Review (forthcoming).
|"From Peer-To-Peer Networks To Cloud Computing: How Technology Is Redefining Child Pornography Laws," 87 St. John’s Law Review 1013 (2013).|
|“Protecting Children on the Internet: Mission Impossible?,” 61 Baylor Law Review 323 (2009).|
|“Child Pornography's Forgotten Victims,” 28 Pace Law Review 847 (2008).|
|“Playing Hide and Seek: How to Protect Virtual Pornographers and Actual Children on the Internet,” 50 Villanova Law Review 87 (2005).|
|“New Technology, Old Defenses: Internet Sting Operations and Attempt Liability,” 38 Universityof Richmond Law Review 477 (2004).|
|"Accomplice Liability for Unintentional Crimes: Remaining within the Constraints of Intent," 31 Loy. L.A. L.Rev. 1351 (1998).|
|"Prosecutorial Use of Expert Testimony in Domestic Violence Cases: From Recantation to Refusal to Testify," 8 Colum. J. Gender & L. 67 (1998).|
|"New Insights on Waiver and the Inadvertent Disclosure of Privileged Materials: Attorney Responsibility as the Governing Precept, " 47 Florida Law Review 159 (1995). Reprinted at 46 Defense Law Journal 363 (1997).|
|Journal Articles||“Kozlow Court Deals Blow to Internet Sting Operations,” New YorkLaw Journal, Aug. 21, 2006, at 4.|
|"Impossibility, Fantasy and the Internet," (Presented at the 16th Annual Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law)|
|"Attempting the Unintended: Analyzing the Scope of Criminal Attempt Laws," New York Law Journal, July 6, 1999, at 1.|
|"Accomplice Liability and the Court of Appeals Ruling in 'People v. Russell,'" New York Law Journal, June 1, 1998, at 1.|
|"Significant Insurance Coverage Issues in Hazardous Waste Cases," with Stuart I. Parker and Ann Bickford, 11 ALA-ABA Course Materials Journal 87 (October 1986).|
"The Dignitary Harm of Child Pornography--From Producers to Possessors," in Child Pornography (University of Michigan Press)(forthcoming).
|"Defining 'Claim' or 'Occurrence,'" in Professional Liability Insurance for Attorneys, Accountants, and Insurance Brokers 1986 (Litigation and Administrative Course Handbook Series) 303 P.I./Lit 153. New York, N.Y.: Practicing Law Institute, 1990.|
|"Duty to Defend after Exhaustion of Limits," in Professional Liability Insurance for Attorneys, Accountants, and Insurance Brokers 1986 (Litigation and Administrative Course Handbook Series) 303 P.I./Lit 119. New York, N.Y.: Practicing Law Institute, 1990.|