Associate Professor of Law at the University of Georgia
Andrea L. Dennis is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Georgia. Her scholarship explores criminal defense lawyering, race and criminal justice, criminal informants and cooperators, youth advocacy, legal socialization of youth and the cradle-to-prison pipeline. She has published works in the American Criminal Law Review, the Catholic University Law Review, the Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts, the Howard Law Journal, the Marquette Law Review, the Nebraska Law Review, the Nevada Law Journal and the Journal of Legal Education. State courts nationwide have cited her research on rap lyrics as criminal evidence, and she has been quoted in The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times about pending cases concerning the issue.