Stephanos Bibas is a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Judge Bibas was previously a professor of law and criminology at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Articles and Book Chapters
Justice Scalia's Originalism and Formalism: The Rule of Criminal Law as a Law of Rules, in THE LEGACY OF JUSTICE ANTONIN SCALIA: REMEMBERING A CONSERVATIVE LEGAL TITAN’S IMPACT ON THE LAW, HERITAGE FOUNDATION, SPECIAL REPORT NO. 186 (Elizabeth Slattery ed., 2016).
Plea Bargaining's Role in Wrongful Convictions, in EXAMINING WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS: STEPPING BACK, MOVING FORWARD (Allison D. Redlich et al. eds., Carolina Academic Press, 2014).
More publications can be found here.
- Criminal Procedure
- Criminal Law
- Dispute Resolution
Penn Law – Professor of Law (2006- ) and Criminology (2009- ); Director, Supreme Court Clinic (2009- )
Visiting Associate Professor – University of Chicago (winter/spring 2006), Penn Law (fall 2005)
University of Iowa – Associate Professor (2001-06)
United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York – Assistant U.S. Attorney (1998-2000)
Law Clerk to Justice Anthony Kennedy, Supreme Court of the United States (1997-98)
Law Clerk to Judge Patrick Higginbotham, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (1994-95)
Merits Brief for Petitioner and Reply Brief and Oral Argument, Vartelas v. Holder, No. 10-1211 (U.S. 2012) (11/16/2004)
Merits Brief Amicus Curiae Invited by the Court and Oral Argument, Tapia v. United States, No. 10-5400 (U.S. 2011)
2011 Jack Wasserman Memorial Award by the American Immigration Lawyers' Association for our successful work on Padilla v. Kentucky (07/03/1905)
Brief in Opposition to Certiorari and Merits Brief for Respondent, Turner v. Rogers, No. 10-10 (U.S. 2011)
Member, Philadelphia Mayor’s Advisory Task Force on Ethics and Campaign Finance Reform, 2008-09
- Criminal Procedure: Investigation
- Criminal Procedure: Prosecution and Adjudication
- Legal Imagination: Criminals and Justice Across Literature
- Supreme Court Clinic