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George E. Dix

  • George R. Killam, Jr. Chair of Criminal Law

Education

  • JD University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • BA University of Wisconsin-Madison

Areas of Specialty

Well-known for his articles on criminal procedure, Professor Dix's teaching and research interests also include criminal law and law and psychiatry. He is co-author of Texas Criminal Practice and Procedure (West, 3rd ed., 2011), Criminal Law: Cases and Materials (West, 6th ed., 2008), and McCormick on Evidence (West, 6th ed., 2006). His many articles have appeared in Texas Law Review, Virginia Law Review, Duke Law Journal, Georgetown Law Journal, American Journal of Criminal Law, Law & Psychology Review, and elsewhere.

Recent Publications

  • Texas Criminal Pattern Jury Charges - Defenses (State Bar of Texas, 2013) (with Pattern Jury Charges Committee–Criminal).
  • 40-43b Texas Practice: Criminal Practice and Procedure (6 vols.; Eagan, MN: Thomson Reuters/West, 3rd ed. 2011, with John M. Schmolesky; St. Paul: West, 2nd ed. 2001, with Robert O. Dawson). <http://tallons.law.utexas.edu/record=b1731636~S0>
  • Subjective "Intent" as a Component of Fourth Amendment Reasonableness, 76 Mississippi Law Journal 373 (Special Edition, 2006).

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Contact Information

George E. Dix

gdix@law.utexas.edu

Work (512) 232-1328

Fax (512) 471-6988

Office: JON 3.206
The University of Texas at Austin
727 E Dean Keeton Street
Austin, TX 78705

Faculty Assistant

Vicky A. Killgore vkillgore@law.utexas.edu
(512) 232-1301

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