Faculty Profile: Steven Goode
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A member of the University's Academy of Distinguished Teachers, Steve Goode teaches Evidence and Criminal Law. He served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs from 1998 to 2006 and as Dean ad interim in 2006. He is the recipient of the Massey Teaching Excellence Award and the University Civitatis Award.
Goode is the author of several books on the law of evidence and served as a reporter to the committees that drafted the Texas rules of evidence. He currently serves on the State Bar Advisory Committee on the Rules of Evidence and was a long-time member of the Court of Criminal Appeals' Rules Advisory Committee.
A graduate of Williams College and Yale Law School, Goode practiced law with the Children's Defense Fund in Washington, D.C. before joining the Texas faculty in 1977.
Most Recent Media
May 17, 2018
Texas State Bar Advanced Evidence and Discovery Conference
Hearsay Update: Practicing in a Wireless World
November 3, 2017
41st Annual Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference
July 17, 2017
American Association of Law Libraries, Annual Meeting
Campus Carry: What’s Happened in Texas and What Does It Mean For Your State?
June 2, 2017
27th Annual State and Federal Appeals Conference
April 3, 2017
Texas College For the Judiciary, Civil Justice Conference
Hearsay Evidence: An Old Rule in a Modern World
October 28, 2016
40th Annual Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference
Hearsay in a Wireless World
September 24, 2016
Texas Tribune Festival
Campus Carry is the Law. Now What?
June 9, 2016
26th Annual State and Federal Appeals Conference
Attorney-Client Privilege vs. Work Product vs. Duty of Confidentiality
March 1, 2016
SXSWedu Policy Forum Discussion
Bracing For Campus Carry in the Lone Star State