Brian R. Gallini

Associate Dean for Faculty and Professor of Law

School of Law


Associate dean for faculty and professor Brian Gallini joined the University of Arkansas School of Law faculty in 2008. His scholarship, which focuses on law enforcement discretion issues in the context of interrogation methods, consent searches and profiling, has been published in some of the nation’s top law journals. Gallini teaches a variety of doctrinal criminal courses. He has developed seminars and taught overseas. He is interviewed regularly by local, state, national and international media outlets to provide legal perspective on current events.

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In the News

University of Arkansas School of Law Launches Monthly Podcast

The University of Arkansas School of Law presents Conversations with the Academy a podca....

Alumnus, Teacher, Scholar Joins School of Law Leadership Team

Associate professor of law and alumnus William E. Foster appointed associate dean for academ....

Experts on Campus to Discuss the Future of the Death Penalty in America

The annual Arkansas Law Review symposium will be held from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday, O....

Brian Gallini to Lecture on Prosecution: (Un)Making a Murder

Lecture offers preview of Honors College Signature Seminar coming next spring

Honors College 'Signature Seminars' to Feature Top Scholars, Big Issues

The first two seminars, “Teeth” and “Prosecution,” will be offered in Spr....