J.D., University of Notre Dame Law School; M.A., Middlebury College; B.A.,
University of Notre Dame. 

Professor Reid teaches and writes in the area of federal criminal law and criminal

Prior to joining the law faculty, Professor Reid was a trial attorney in the Narcotics
and Dangerous Drug Section at the U.S. Department of Justice as well as an Assistant
United States Attorney in the Southern District of Florida. She is a former law clerk for
Judge Charles Wilson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. 

Professor Reid has lectured on various topics, including prosecuting international
narcotics trafficking cases, proactive investigations, asset forfeiture, federal wiretap
and conspiracy laws, discovery obligations and prudential searches, advanced trial
advocacy and evidentiary foundations, and evidentiary issues in international criminal
cases. These lectures were sponsored by various agencies, including the DEA Office of
International Training in Quantico, Virginia and in South America, the National Advocacy
Center in South Carolina, the International Law Enforcement Academy in Budapest, Hungary,
the Department of Justice in the District of Columbia, and the Regional
Counterintelligence Working Group in the FBI Tampa Field Office. Ms. Reid has also
presented and written articles on drones, marijuana, narcotics trafficking in West Africa
and Mexico, the culture of mass incarceration, the impact of restitution on child
pornography possession cases, changes to the Classified Information Procedures Act, the
role of intelligence and the use of intelligence-derived information in criminal
prosecutions, the national security impact of the Snowden disclosures, irregular
rendition, and the global perspective on crime and punishment.