Audrey Rogers

  • Professor of Law Emerita


BS, State University of New York at Albany
JD, St. John’s University School of Law

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Emerita Professor Audrey Rogers had been on the faculty at Haub Law since 1998 until she retired in 2019. She teaches in the areas of Criminal Law and Family Law. She has written a number of scholarly and news  articles, with a particular focus on Internet crimes against children. Professor Rogers is actively involved in a number of community service organizations. She was the President of the Graham School Foundation, which helps at-risk, underprivileged students, and has served on the Board of Directors of the Chappaqua Summer Scholarship Program and the Westchester/Rockland chapter of the Anti-Defamation League.

Honors & Awards:
Ottinger Prize for Faculty Achievement (chosen by faculty peers for service to law school and outside communities), 2007-08




The Dignitary Harm of Child Pornography, in Refining Child Pornography Law: Crime, Language, and Social Consequences 81 (Carissa Byrne Hessick, ed., University of Michigan Press, 2016)

"Death By Bullying: A Comparative Culpability Proposal, "35 Pace L. Rev. 343 (2014) .

"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.