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David J. Benson

Title: 
Professor of Law Emeritus
Phone #: 
(585) 223-8565
Fax #: 
419-772-3514
Email: 
Bensondavidj@aol.com
Biography: 

Prior to joining the faculty, he was in private practice in Rochester, New York, concentrating in general litigation and health law. Professor Benson is the author of several articles on domestic relations and criminal law and co-authors an annual update of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. He has served as associate dean of the law college.

Professor Benson was named Professor Emeritus in 2000.

Education: 
J.D., Syracuse University
B.A., Michigan State University
Teaching Interests: 

Torts
Domestic Relations
Criminal Law

Faculty Activities
Books: 

ALBERT T. QUICK & DAVID J. BENSON, FEDERAL RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (1989-95) (revisions).

Newspaper/Magazines:
Drug Abuse Treatment and Parental Consent, HOSP., Sept. 1, 1973, at 63.

The Patient's Right to Refuse, HOSP., Aug. 16, 1973, at 38.

The Patient's Right to Know, HOSP., Aug. 1, 1973, at 47.

Articles: 

The Power of State Courts to Award the Federal Dependency Exemption Upon Divorce, 16 U. DAYTON L. REV. 29 (1990).

Can a Case be Made for the Use of the U.C.C.J.A. in Child Support Determinations?, 26 GONZ. L. REV. 125 (1990/91).

The Child Dependency Exemption and Divorced Parents: What is 'Custody?', 18 CAP. U. L. REV. 57 (1989).

Constitutionality of Ohio's New Death Penalty Statute, 14 U. TOL. L. REV. 77 (1982).

Impact of Proposed National Workers' Compensation Acts on Ohio Workmen's Compensation Law, 4 OHIO N.U. L. REV. 269 (1977).

Stop Payment of Cashier's Checks and Bank Drafts Under the Uniform Commercial Code, 2 OHIO N.U. L. REV. 445 (1975).

The Role of the Holder in Due Course Doctrine in Consumer Credit Transactions, 26 HASTINGS L.J. 427 (1974) [with Squillante].

Note, Bonus or Incentive Zoning - Legal Implications, 21 SYRACUSE L. REV. 895 (1970).

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