Marc Consalo is an assistant professor at the Shepard Broad School of Law at Nova Southeastern University. He teaches a variety of classes involving professional responsibility, criminal law, and trial advocacy. He earned his J.D. with Honors from the University of Florida College of Law and his LL.M. with distinction from Stetson Law School in trial advocacy.
- Marc Consalo, “The Morning After: Selecting Impartial Juries After Mass Shootings,” Stetson University College of Law Journal of Trial Advocacy, 2017.
- Marc Consalo, “The Same Sex Marriage Debate For Dummies: A Breakdown Of The Twenty-First Century 's First Civil Rights Movement,” Barry University Law School Child and Family Law Journal, 2015.
- Marc Consalo, “Change of Venue in Covid-19 “Hot Spots”: Can Coronavirus related lawsuits get fair trials in locations hit hardest by the disease?,” Lincoln Memorial University Law Review, November 2020.
- Marc Consalo, “The Use of Cause Challenges in the Age of Pandemic Viruses: Is a "Concern" of Getting Sick While Serving as a Juror Enough Reason for a Juror to be Struck for Cause.,” Mississippi College Law Review, March 2021.
- Marc Consalo, “Florida’s Marsy’s Law And Use of Lethal Force Cases by Law Enforcement: Who needs a shield when you can have a sword?,” NSU Law Review, 2022. Pages 1-22
- Marc Consalo, “Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes (Who Guards the Guardians?) Should Fellow Law Enforcement Officers Serve as Jurors for Police Misconduct Cases? ,” Widener Commonwealth Law Review, Spring 2023.
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