John J. Donohue III

John J. Donohue III

Professor John J. Donohue III is from Stanford Law School. John has been one of the leading empirical researchers in the legal academy over the past 25 years. He is an economist as well as a lawyer with an expertise in gun policy, and is well known for using empirical analysis to determine the impact of law and public policy in a wide range of areas, including crime and criminal justice. Before rejoining the Stanford Law School faculty in 2010, Professor Donohue was the Leighton Homer Surbeck Professor of Law at Yale Law School. He recently co-authored Employment Discrimination: Law and Theory with George Rutherglen. Earlier in his career, he was a law professor at Northwestern University as well as a research fellow with the American Bar Foundation. Additionally, he clerked with Chief Justice T. Emmet Clarie, of the U.S. District Court of Hartford, Connecticut. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the former editor of the American Law and Economics Review and president of the American Law and Economics Association.

Guest Appearances
February 27, 2018
Florida School Shooting: Gun Legislation, Mental Health, and Prevention

Attorney Stephen P. Halbrook and professor John J. Donohue III discuss the Parkland school shooting, mental health, gun legislation and gun control, and what can be done to prevent future mass shootings.