Associate Professor of Law
School of Law | Department of Criminal Law
Hometown: Nekoosa/Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Cecelia Klingele, Associate Professor of Law, is a proud double Badger (B.A. ’99, J.D. ’05). Her academic research focuses on criminal justice administration, with an emphasis on community and institutional corrections. She teaches courses in criminal law, Constitutional criminal procedure, policing, and sentencing and corrections, and also serves as Faculty Associate to the Frank J. Remington Center, the La Follette School of Public Affairs, and the Institute for Research on Poverty.
- Criminal Justice Reform: What's Changing, What's Not, and Why
- Incarceration in America: Understanding Changes in Prison Populations
- Punishment Outside the Box: Community Supervision in Wisconsin and Beyond
- The Challenges of Modern Policing