Assistant Professor of Law
Ph.D., University of Utah (Speech Communication)
M.A., University of Utah
J.D., University of the Pacific
B.A., California State University, Stanislaus (Summa Cum Laude)
Professor Carlo Pedrioli joined the faculty at Barry University School of Law in August 2009. Prior to returning to academia, he was a legal aid attorney with California Rural Legal Assistance (CRLA) in Modesto, California, for several years. At CRLA, Professor Pedrioli represented indigent clients, mainly in the areas of housing, employment, and elder law. While he was working toward his Ph.D., Professor Pedrioli taught Mass Communication Law and Constitutional Law and coached debate at the University of Utah.
Professor Pedrioli's research interests include constitutional law, critical theory, law and rhetoric, and legal history. At Barry, he has taught Constitutional Law, Property, Professional Responsibility, Constitutional Theory, and Creating the Constitution. Professor Pedrioli is a member of the State Bar of California and the bars of various federal courts.