Professor Strong began his teaching career at the University of Virginia School of Law, where he taught for seven years, and has since been a Visiting Professor at a number of law schools across the nation, including UCLA, Cornell, George Washington, Wake Forest and, most recently, the University of Richmond. He was voted Professor of the Year at Santa Clara University School of Law, and is a two-time recipient of the Award to a Visitor for Excellence in Teaching at the University of San Diego School of Law. He has chaired the AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education, and proposed and initiated the formation of the independent Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA). Before beginning his teaching career, Professor Strong was an E. Barrett Prettyman Fellow at Georgetown University Law Center, and served both as a federal prosecutor and as a criminal defense attorney in the District of Columbia. Professor Strong teaches and writes in the fields of Evidence, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Professional Responsibility. Among his publications are "The Lawyer's Left Hand: Nonanalytical Thought in the Practice of Law," in the University of Colorado Law Review, and "Fault, Threat and the Predicates of Criminal Liability," in the Wisconsin Law Review.