J. Herbie DiFonzois Professor of Law at Hofstra University School of Law. Professor DiFonzo has published broadly on the intersection of family law and juvenile justice. He served as the co-reporter (with Prof. Mary E. O'Connell) of the Family Law Education Reform (FLER) Project, a national effort to improve family law teaching, and for which he received the 2006 Stanley Cohen Distinguished Research Award. In 2005, he gave the Hofstra University Distinguished Faculty Lecture: "The Surprising Unreliability of DNA Evidence: A Tale of Bad Labs and Good Statutes of Limitations." In 2004, he gave the Peter E. Herman Prize for Literary Excellence Lecture: "Unbundling Marriage: Interpreting the Legal and Cultural Changes in Family Structure." He has published Beneath the Fault Line: The Popular and Legal Culture of Divorce in Twentieth-Century America. His most recent articles include "The Crimes of Crime Labs"; "In Praise of Statutes of Limitations in Sex Offense Cases"; "Unbundling Marriage"; "Legislating in the Shadow of Nature"; "Toward a Unified Field Theory of the Family"; and "Parental Responsibility for Juvenile Crime." In his spare time, he sings in a choir and plays as much piano as he can.