About Robert M. Bloom

Robert M. Bloom, Professor of Law, has had legal experience in legal services and civil rights law. He has worked as a criminal attorney both as a defense lawyer and as a prosecutor. He also has been a court-appointed master on complicated civil cases. He is the author of numerous publications in the area of criminal procedure, criminal law, and civil procedure.
Professor Bloom has received the Boston College Law School Public Interest Law Foundation Faculty Member of the Year Award (2010); the Emil Slizewski Teacher of the Year Award (2009); and the Ruth Arlene Howe Faculty Member of the Year award from the Black Law Students Association (2003).


Present Professor, Boston College Law School



Research Interests

Judicial Process, Criminal Procedure, and Civil Procedure


  • Fall 2015: Criminal Procedure, National Criminal Procedure Moot Court
  • Spring 2016: National Criminal Procedure Moot Court

Contact Information

Robert M. Bloom
Professor of Law
Boston College Law School
885 Centre Street
Newton Center, MA 02459
Office Location:
LIB 379


Books (10)

Articles (15)

Contributions to Books (9)

Selected Professional Activities (16)