Our faculty have practiced law with large firms in major metropolitan cities; with small firms in rural county seats; in legal aid societies; in the Judge Advocates General Corps; and with the United States Department of Justice. They have debated legal issues on national television and in the press, testified before Congress, and argued cases before the United States Supreme Court. This series represents a sampling of their wide-ranging scholarship and scholarly interests.

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Submissions from 2008

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Equality in Germany and the United States, Edward J. Eberle

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Aliens in the Garden, Jared A. Goldstein

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Allies Not Adversaries: Teaching Collaboration to the next Generation of Doctors and Lawyers to Address Social Inequality, Elizabeth Tobin Tyler

Submissions from 2007

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Art As Speech, Edward J. Eberle

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The Architecture of First Amendment Free Speech, Edward J. Eberle

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The German Idea of Freedom, Edward J. Eberle

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Absentee Landlords, Rent Control, and Healthy Gentrification: A Policy Proposal to De-concentrate the Poor in Urban America, Jorge O. Elorza

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Habeas Without Rights, Jared A. Goldstein

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Like a Sturgeon?: Royal Fish, Royal Prerogative and Modern Executive Power, Jonathan M. Gutoff

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The Future of Federal Sentencing Policy: Learning Lessons from Republican Judicial Appointees, David M. Zlotnick

Submissions from 2006

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Witness, Nancy L. Cook

Submissions from 2005

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Looking for Justice on a Two-Way Street, Nancy L. Cook

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Religion and State in the Classroom: Germany and the United States, Edward J. Eberle

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Law and Poetry, Edward J. Eberle and Bernhard Grossfeld

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Coerced Labor and Implied Congressional Powers: The Example of Deserting Sailors and Fugitive Slaves, Johnathan M. Gutoff

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Mixed Signals and Subtle Cues: Jury Independence and Judicial Appointment of the Jury Foreperson, Andrew Horwitz

Submissions from 2004

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Above Contempt?: The Attorney General, the Courts, and Informational Overreaching in Terrorism Prosecutions, Peter Margulies

Submissions from 2003

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Researching the Laws of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Gail I. Winson