Ronald Rotunda brings nearly four decades of teaching experience to his position at Chapman University, where he serves as Doy & Dee Henley Chair and Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence. In addition to his professorial duties, Mr. Rotunda frequently provides pro bono legal assistance to individuals who have been the subject of wrongful conviction. Ronald Rotunda holds an AB in Government and a Juris Doctor from Harvard University (both magna cum laude). Specializing in legal ethics and constitutional law, Ronald Rotunda has authored some of the most frequently referenced books on these topics in the United States, including Problems and Materials on Professional Responsibility, Constitutional Law, and Modern Constitutional Law: Cases and Notes. Mr. Rotunda has also written over 300 essays appearing in publications such as the National Law Journal, the Professional Lawyer, the Legal Times, the Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics, the Washington Times, and the New York Post, Harvard Law Review, Columbia Law Review, and others. His works have been published in Japanese, Korean, German, Czech, Russian, Romanian, and French, as well as English. Legal decisions in the United States as well as abroad frequently cite his writings. Since embarking on his career in the 1970s, Ronald Rotunda has earned various scholarly awards, such as the 1984 National Institute for Dispute Resolution Award, the 1984 David C. Baum Memorial Research Award, the 1989 Ross and Helen Workman Research Award, and the 2012 Chapman University Excellence in Scholarly and Creative Work Award. Concurrent with his responsibilities at Chapman University, Mr. Rotunda serves as an appointed Commissioner with the California Fair Political Practices Commission. He has held a number of other important appointments in the past, including Special Counsel to the Department of Defense and Chair of the American Bar Association Subcommittee on Model Rules Review. He has also provided legal consultancy services to the Supreme Constitutional Court of Moldova, the Supreme National Council of Cambodia, and the Judiciary of the Czech Republic.