Assistant Professor Susan Hascall received her J.D. magna cum laude from Washburn
University School of Law where she served on the Law Journal and on the Native American
Moot Court team. She also holds a masters degree in anthropology from Wichita State
University, and received her BA in political science from Texas A&M University.
Professor Hascall previously clerked for the Honorable Wade Brorby of the Tenth Circuit
Court of Appeals and Chief Judge J. Patrick Brazil of the Kansas Court of Appeals. Before
coming to Duquesne, she practiced in the areas of commercial litigation and appellate
procedure in Kansas City. Professor Hascall teaches sales and Islamic law. 



Restorative Justice in Islam: Should Qisas be Considered a Form of Restorative Justice?, Berkeley Journal of Middle Eastern & Islamic Law (2012)