Raneta Mack

Raneta Lawson Mack is Professor of Law at Creighton University School of Law, where she teaches Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, White Collar Crime, and Comparative Criminal Procedure. Professor Mack has published articles on several criminal law related issues including reform of the Chinese criminal justice system, concealed weapons laws, money laundering, bias in the criminal justice system, and problems with the Federal Witness Protection Program.

Professor Mack is also the author of four books, "A LAYPERSON'S GUIDE TO CRIMINAL LAW" (Greenwood Press, 1999), "THE DIGITAL DIVIDE: STANDING AT THE INTERSECTION OF RACE AND TECHNOLOGY," Carolina Academic Press, 2001), "EQUAL JUSTICE IN THE BALANCE: AMERICA'S LEGAL RESPONSES TO THE EMERGING TERRORIST THREAT," (with co-author Michael J. Kelly)(University of Michigan Press, 2004), and COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: HISTORY, PROCESSES AND CASE STUDIES (W.S. Hein, 2008).