Dean Harrison is in his fourth decade of teaching law. He began his career as a Judge Advocate in the U.S. Coast Guard. After being a member of the full-time faculty at three law schools and a visiting faculty member at four others, he has joined the Savannah Law School community.
Dean Harrison’s primary areas of teaching are in the criminal justice area, including Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Military Criminal Law and Intellectual Property Crimes. He was the founding chair of the International Criminal Law & Justice Graduate Programs at Franklin Pierce Law Center. He served as a public member of the Uniform Code of Military Justice Code Committee. He has served as a volunteer guardian ad litem for CASA (New Hampshire). He is a graduate of Leadership New Hampshire and has served on several arts, education and community boards including the Endowment for Health and the board of St. John’s College.
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