- J.D., Fordham University School of Law
- M.A., University of California Berkeley (Latin American Studies)
- B.Sc., Northwestern University (Journalism)
- Requa, M. “Revisiting the Past: Miscarriages of Justice, the Courts, and Transition” in McAlinden, A. & Dwyer, C. (eds), Criminal Justice in Transition: The Northern Ireland Context (Hart 2015).
- Requa, M. “Considering Just-World Thinking in Counterterrorism Cases: Miscarriages of Justice in Northern Ireland”, 27 Harvard Human Rights Journal 7 (2014).
- Requa, M. “A Human Rights Triumph? Dictatorship-era Crimes and the Chilean Supreme Court” 12 Human Rights Law Review 79 (2012).
- Requa, M. “Keeping Up with Strasbourg: Article 2 Obligations and Northern Ireland’s Pending Inquests”, Public Law 610 (2012).
- Quirk, H. and Requa, M. “The Supreme Court on Compensation for Miscarriages of Justice: Is it better that ten innocents are denied compensation than one guilty person receives it?” 75 Modern Law Review 387 (2012).
- Requa, M. “Absent Witnesses and the U.K. Supreme Court: Judicial Deference as Judicial Dialogue?”, 14International Journal Evidence & Proof 208 (2010).
- Requa, M. “The Right to Examine Witnesses Under the ECHR: Testing the Boundaries in UK Courts”, in Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights of Citizens: the European and American Conventions on Human Rights (2009). (Also published in Spanish.)
- Anthony, G. and Requa, M. “Coroners, Controversial Deaths, and Northern Ireland’s Past Conflict”, Public Law 443 (2008).
- Requa, M. “Truth, Transition, and the Inquiries Act 2005” 12 European Human Rights Law Review 404 (2007).
- Requa, M. “The Bitter Transition” in Burbach, R. (ed), The Pinochet Affair: State Terrorism and Global Justice (Zed Press 2003).
- Criminal Law and Practice
- Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice
- Transitional Justice and Human Rights
- The US Constitution
- Torture and State Violence
- Race and the Criminal Justice System
- Human Rights in the Americas
- Evidence Law
- International Criminal Justice
- Human Rights and Criminal Justice
- Post-Conflict Justice
Service to the University:
- Director, MS Homeland Security
- Academic Program Review and Assessment Committee
Why I Love GCU:
- Because of GCU’s inspiring students, staff, and faculty, and the University’s dedication to public service and justice.