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About Stephen E Henderson

Professor Henderson’s scholarship broadly engages with the substantive criminal law, the regulation of policing, and our modes of criminal adjudication, including the intersections of those fields with modern technologies from quantum computing to artificial intelligence.  He enjoys teaching from his textbooks and collaborating with other scholars; learning and sharing pedagogical techniques; and trying to do some good (or even merely tilting at windmills) through legislative testimony, the drafting of standards, or an amicus brief.  Much of that is available in links below.  He most enjoys spending time with his five children—who perform terrific music, sometimes together as Sheep Without Rights—and his wife of twenty-seven years, Hilary.  J.M. Barrie once said, “Life is a long lesson in humility,” which is—or at least ought to be—true.  It’s good, then, to have family to experience it with.


2011 - Present Judge Haskell A. Holloman Professor of Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law



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  • Criminal Law
  • Criminal Procedure: Investigation
  • Criminal Procedure: Adjudication
  • Computer Crime

Contact Information

University of Oklahoma College of Law
300 Timberdell Road
Norman, OK 73019


Books (8)

amici (1)

Testimony (2)

Articles (35)