Doug Squires

Adjunct Professor

Doug Squires


  • J.D., University of San Francisco School of Law
  • B.A., Miami University, Oxford, Ohio


  • Forensic evidence
  • White-collar crime
  • Complex litigation
  • Trial practice


As an Adjunct Professor at the Capital University Law School Squires developed and for eight years taught a class in forensic evidence, an advanced evidence course. Doug has authored several published materials on white-collar crime and fraud, including a chapter entitled "Forensic Accounting" in Scientific Evidence in Civil and Criminal Cases, 5th Ed., 2007, Foundation Press, the leading legal text on scientific and technical evidence. Since 2000 Doug has worked as a federal prosecutor in Columbus, Ohio. In 2009, Doug received the U.S. Department of Justice Distinguished Service Award. Prior to that, Doug worked for seven years as a state prosecutor in California. Doug received a B.A. from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, his law degree from the University of San Francisco School of Law and is licensed to practice law in Ohio and California.

Additional professional experience

 Doug is a frequent lecturer and delivered overseas training on behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice in the country of Georgia in 2010 and in Egypt in 2012.