Dr. Judith Reisman
Phone: (434) 592-5300
- Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University
- M.A., Case Western Reserve University
- Former consultant to four U.S. Department of Justice administrations, the U.S. Department of Education, as well as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- Writer, producer, and performance artist for Scholastic Magazine, Milwaukee Public Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, and CBS television network
- Associate Professor at the University of Haifa, Israel
- Research Full Professor, The American University
- Part of the adjunct faculty of George Mason University
- Guest Lecturing includes the following:
- Notre Dame
- University of Jerusalem
- University of Haifa
- Tel Aviv University
- Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- Rutherford Institute
- Council for National Policy
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- United States Air Force Academy
- Sexual Sabotage, 2010
- Kinsey: Crime and Consequences, 1998 and 2000
- Soft Porn Plays Hardball, 1991
Dr. Judith Reisman brings a lifetime of knowledge and research to the law school as Research Professor. She has conducted a lifelong fight against the pornography industry, and since 1977 has fervently exposed the fraudulent sex science of Dr. Alfred Kinsey.
She has been cited by or appeared on a lengthy list of media sources: The London Times, Time, The Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, The Washington Post, Entertainment Tonight, Larry King Live, Donahue, The Today Show, Crossfire, The New York Times, Ted Baehr’s Movieguide, and many more.
Since the early 1980s her work has increasingly gained national and international attention and has earned her honors including listings in “Who’s Who in Science and Engineering,” “Who’s Who of American Women,” International “Who’s Who in Education,” “The World’s Who’s Who of Women,” and others.
Expert Witness Experience
Dr. Reisman has been an expert witness in many court, military, and civic hearings concerning pornography, homosexuality, sexual harassment, and media issues. Her works have been referenced in many lower court cases and the following United States Supreme Court cases: Oakes v. Massachusetts (1989) and Osborne v. Ohio (1989). They have been instrumental in child protection legislation such as HR 2749 (Washington, D.C., 1995), The Child Protection and Ethics in Education Act.