Wayne A. Logan , Gary & Sallyn Pajcic Professor, teaches and writes in the areas of criminal law, criminal procedure and sentencing. He has published extensively and his work has appeared in the nation’s leading law journals, including the Georgetown Law Journal , the Michigan Law Review , the Minnesota Law Review,  the  Notre Dame Law Review , the Pennsylvania Law Review and the  Vanderbilt Law Review. One of Logan's main research areas concerns sex offender registration and community notification laws (a.k.a. “Megan’s Laws”). His book on the subject was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2013 and he is the co-editor (with University of Michigan Law Professor J.J. Prescott) of the first book to provide empirical analyses of registration and notification laws, which will be published by Cambridge University Press. This past summer, Logan was invited by a law school in India to consult on potential creation of a sex offender registry. Logan is also the co-author of the nation’s leading treatise on collateral consequences of criminal conviction and in early November will provide a presentation on the subject to the Florida Constitution Revision Commission. Logan is frequently quoted in national media outlets, such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal . He is an elected member of the American Law Institute, a past chair of the Criminal Justice Section of the Association of American Law Schools, and currently serves on the association's Standing Committee on Membership Review. In 2015, Logan received a University Teaching Award and for the past several years has served as a faculty advisor to the Florida State University Law Review. He teaches Criminal Procedure: Police Investigation, Criminal Procedure: Adjudication, Criminal Law, Sentencing Law and Policy, and Capital Punishment.