Prior to his arrival at Loyola, Professor Harges practiced law in New Orleans with Deutsch Kerrigan and Stiles, specializing in civil and construction litigation. He also taught at the University of Mississippi School of Law.
Before entering law school, Prof. Harges worked as an electrical engineer. Professor Harges' research, consulting and teaching interests include mediation and arbitration, evidence and trial practice, torts, criminal law and criminal procedure. An experienced mediator, arbitrator, and attorney-chair of medical review panels, he is the founder of the Loyola Mediation Program and the principal mediation trainer for the Loyola Institute for Continuing Legal Education.
LL.M., Harvard University, 1990; J.D., University of Mississippi, 1986; B.S., Mississippi State University, 1982
- Mediation and Arbitration
- Criminal Law
- Constitutional Criminal Procedure
- Sports Law
Areas of Expertise
Mediation and arbitration, evidence and trial practice, torts, criminal law and criminal procedure.