Norman M. Garland
Second Century Chair in Law
Professor of Law


You can acces my Nine Step Guide to Relevance and Hearsay Thomson Reuters Westlaw on their LawSchool.Westlaw site, where you will find a link to a reworking of An Overview of Relevance and Hearsay: A Nine Step Analytical Guide, 22 Sw. U.L. Rev. 1039 (1993), in electronic format. It is also now available as a video CALI Lesson. To connect to that click here. You must log in as a student or faculty member of a CALI school to run this lesson.

Several of my articles can be viewed/downloaded in Adobe Acrobat format on my publications page. Below are four books that can be purchased online.


Norman M. Garland, Criminal Evidence
(7th ed. McGraw-Hill 2014)

This title is available for purchase

Norman M. Garland, Criminal Law for
the Law Enforcement Professional
(4th ed. McGraw-Hill 2018)

This title is available for purchase

Edward Imwinkelried & Norman Garland,
Exculpatory Evidence (4th ed. Lexis-Nexis 2017).
This title is available for purchase

Mark E. Cammack & Norman M. Garland,
Advanced Criminal Procedure in A Nutshell (3d ed. West 2016)
This title is available for purchase

Here is a photo of one the wonderful murals on the wall inside the law library.
This image is linked to Southwesterns online library catalog.

Here is the Law School from the exterior. Southwestern bought
the Bullocks Wilshire building and converted it to a law school that opened in 1997.
Click the image to go the the SW web site.

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