Frederick C. Moss

Emeritus faculty

Professor Emeritus of Law


After serving as a prosecutor with the U.S. Attorney's Office in Washington, D.C., Professor Moss was a teaching fellow and lecturer at Harvard Law School. He has served as faculty at many CLE programs designed to teach trial skills to practicing lawyers and from 1980-1989 he was the director of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy's Southern Regional trial training program. He has co-authored a treatise on Texas evidence and often lectures at continuing legal education seminars on evidence and professional ethics topics. In 1990 Professor Moss visited at Cornell. Professor Moss has taught lawyering, criminal law, evidence, trial advocacy, criminal procedure, and professional responsibility, and has directed the law school's Criminal Clinic. He served as director of the Lawyering program from 1993-1997.

Areas of Expertise

  • Criminal Law
  • Evidence
  • Professional Responsibility
  • Criminal Procedure


A.B., 1965, Georgetown University
J.D., 1968, Villanova University
LL.M., 1977, Harvard University