Floralynn Einesman - California Western
Professor of Law
J.D. Boston University
B.A. McGill University [honors, history]
Advanced Mediation, Criminal Procedure I & II, Evidence, Internship Seminar [Course Descriptions]
After law school, Professor Einesman's ambition to become a criminal defense lawyer brought her to San Diego, where she was a trial attorney at Federal Defenders of San Diego, Inc. Her career included solo practice, handling complex civil litigation at the San Diego law firm Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch, and visiting at the University of San Diego School of Law as a clinical professor.
Einesman's publications concentrate on issues in criminal procedure; including the constitutionality of a grand jury subpoena for blood, and the interaction of Miranda and culture. Additionally, she is a trained mediator who mediates disputes at various locations throughout San Diego.
- Floralynn Einesman, Motions to Suppress Statements Pursuant to Miranda v. Arizona and The Due Process Clause, in Cultural Issues in Criminal Defense 559 (3d ed. 2010).
- Floralynn Einesman, Motions to Suppress Statements Pursuant to Miranda v. Arizona and The Due Process Clause, in Cultural Issues in Criminal Defense 347 (2d ed. 2007).
Law Review Articles
- Floralynn Einesman, Drug Testing Students in California – Does it Violate the State Constitution?, 47 San Diego L. Rev. 681 (2010).
- Floralynn Einesman, Drug Testing of Students: A Legal and Public Health Perspective, 23 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol’y 231 (2007).