Palma Paciocco

Assistant Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School
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An Osgoode faculty member since 2016, Palma Paciocco focuses her teaching and research on criminal law and procedure, sentencing, the law of evidence and ethics in the legal profession. Prof. Paciocco holds an SJD from Harvard Law School, where she studied as a SSHRC Doctoral Fellow. Before beginning her doctoral studies, she completed the Harvard Law School LLM program as a Thomas Shearer Stewart Travelling Fellow and a Landon H. Gammon Fellow (degree waived). She also earned BCL and LLB degrees from the McGill Faculty of Law, where she was awarded the gold medal, as well as a BA in philosophy and history from the McGill Faculty of Arts.

Research interests: criminal law and theory, criminal procedure, law and the humanities, professional ethics, sentencing, the law of evidence