Eric Bellone, JD

Associate Professor
Department of Government

 

 

Phone: 617-994-6484
Fax: 617-367-4623
Email: ebellone@suffolk.edu
Office: 73 Tremont St., Rm. 1081

Education

  • JD, University of New Hampshire Law School
  • PhD candidate, Northeastern University
  • MA, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
  • BA, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
  • BS, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

Research Interests

  • Alternative courts (particularly drug courts)
  • The impact of technology on the legal process

Publications

Bellone, Eric T., The Holy Cross Journal of Public Policy. Protecting Business and Preventing Property Theft: A Routine Activities Theory Approach. (Accepted 2013).

Bellone, Eric T., The Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology. Private Attorney-Client Communications and the Effect of Videoconferencing in the Courtroom. Vol 8, No 1 (2013).

Bellone, Eric T., The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Defense Counsel – Sixth Amendment (Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken NJ 2012). (In Press 2012).

Bellone, Eric T., Kelder Graham, Drug Court Contract Issues under the Model Drug Offender and Accountability Act. The International Law and Policy Review. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2011.

Kelder, Graham, Bellone, Eric T., Labels Matter: Branding Theory in Higher Education and Naming Patterns in Legal and Paralegal Studies Programs, The Paralegal Professionalism Anthology, Carolina Academic Press, 2011.

Kelder, Graham, Bellone, Eric T., Goals of the Paralegal Educator: Beyond the Basics, The Paralegal Professionalism Anthology, Carolina Academic Press, 2011.

Bellone, Eric T., The Thirties in America. Graves v. New York ex rel. O’Keefe (1939) (Salem Press, Pasadena CA 2011).

Bellone, Eric T., The Thirties in America. Nixon v. Condon (Salem Press, Pasadena CA 2011).

Bellone, Eric T., The Encyclopedia of School Crime and Violence. Biological Theories (Greenwood Press, Westport, CT 2011).

Bellone, Eric T., The Encyclopedia of School Crime and Violence. Choice Theories (Greenwood Press, Westport, CT 2011).

Bellone, Eric T., Kelder Graham, Plea Bargaining and Drug Court Contract Issues: The Price of Admission. Business Law Review. Vol. 43, Spring 2010.

Bellone, Eric T., The Historical Encyclopedia of Business and Finance 3rd Ed. Incorporation Law (Salem Press, Pasadena CA 2008).

Bellone, Eric T., The Historical Encyclopedia of Business and Finance 3rd. Homeland Security Department (Salem Press, Pasadena CA 2008).

Bellone, Eric T., Book Review: Freedom and Silence. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences. Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2008.

Pattavina, April and Bellone, Eric T., Encyclopedia of Police Science. Information Sharing Among Criminal Justice Organizations. (Routledge Press, 2006).

Book Chapters

Bellone, Eric T., The New Technology of Crime, Law, and Social Control. (Criminal Justice Press, Spring 2007) Eds. James Byrne (University of Massachusetts at Lowell) and Don Rebovich (Research Director of the White Collar Crime Center, Richmond,VA.). Book Chapter – The Courts and Hard Technology: Applying Technological Solutions to Legal Issues.

Presentations

North American Regional Business Law Association (2012). Protecting Business from Larceny/Theft: A Routine Activities Theory Approach. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

North American Regional Business Law Association (2010). Plea Bargaining and Drug Court Contract Issues: The Price of Admission. Suffolk University, Boston, Massachusetts.

American Association for Paralegal Education (2010). Publication Strategies. Newport, Rhode Island.

International Law & Policy Society (2009). Drug Court Contract Issues under the Model Drug Offender and Accountability Act. Washington, D.C.

Salem State College (2006). Invited Speaker. Criminal Justice Graduate Program. Drug Courts: An Overview and Issues. Salem, Massachusetts.

The New England Center for Inclusive Teaching (2005). Pedagogy and Scholarship: Responding to Diverse Student Populations by Redesigning Classroom Practices. Boston, Massachusetts.

The New England Faculty Development Consortium (2005). Beyond Tolerance: Diversity and the Challenges of Pedagogy in American Higher Education. Westford, Massachusetts

Professional Activities

  • American Society of Criminologists
  • American Criminal Justice Society
  • American Bar Association

Current Grant Activity

Pending National Science Foundation Grant - The Impact of Video Technology on Judicial Decision-making in Bail Hearings

Courses Taught

ALS 264 - Introduction to Law and the Legal System
ALS 266 - Criminal Law
ALS 362 - Civil Litigation
GVT 244 - Civil Liberties