B.A., B.S., Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi 1978
Lloyd graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with undergraduate degrees in political science, criminal justice and a graduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. He earned his law degree from Oklahoma City University School of Law, and an LL.M. from St. Mary's University School of Law. He has practice law in Texas in personal injury litigation. In addition to a legal career, he has worked as a professor of criminal justice in San Antonio. In addition to professional experiences, Lloyd devotes time to writing articles on transnational crimes and the institutional response to security issues, and currently co-authored a textbook on the Texas justice system.
Lloyd has presented a number of topics on transnational crime and public policy issues with respect to border security, sanctuary jurisdiction, at the Methodist Student Center, San Antonio. Also, he has presented before university lecturers on strategies for online courses, and identifying best practices to engage adult students.
Texas’ Criminal Justice System (Carolina Academic Press, 2017) (co-author)
Transnational Crimes: The Institutional Response in the Americas (Anthem Press, 2018)
Articles in a Periodical
Attacks, Conflicts, and Consensus: Institutional Developments to Combat Terrorism within the United Nations in Response to September 11, 2001, 51 Crim. L. Bull. 454 (2015)
Sustainable Development in the Americas: A Framework in Response to Transnational Crimes, 50 Crim. L. Bul. 1471 (2014) (co-author)
Conflict, Intervention, and Drug Trafficking: Unintended Consequences of United States Policy in Colombia, 36 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 293 (2011) (lead article)