Stanislaw Pomorski, Polish, American lawyer, educator. Fellow, Ford Foundation, 1972-1973.
Pomorski, Stanislaw was born on November 23, 1934 in Lwow, Poland. Arrived in the United States, 1972, naturalized, 1983. Son of Juliusz and Maria (Ziemba) Pomorski.
M.Law, University Warsaw, 1956. D.Law, University Warsaw, 1968.
Law clerk, 1958-1961. Private practice law Warsaw, 1961-1964. Visiting scholar Harvard University Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1964-1966.
Research associate Polish Academy of Sciences, 1966-1972. Member faculty Rutgers University Law School, Camden, New Jersey, since 1973, professor law, 1977-1981, distinguished professor law, 1981—2006, distinguished professor law emeritus, since 2006. Fellow Soviet law University Leyden, Netherlands, 1980—1981.
Trustee National Council Soviet and East European Research, Washington, 1988—1994.
Author: (book) American Common Law and the Principle Nullum Crimen Sine Lege, second edition, 1975, Restructuring the System of Ownership in the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1991, On Multiculturalism, Concepts of Crime and the De Minimis Defense, 1997, Justice in Siberia, 2001, Modern Russian Criminal Procedure: The Adversarial Principle and Guilty Plea, 2006.