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JenniferMason McAward2154 Eck Hall of Law574.631.7528574.631.4197mason.1@nd.edu
  • Faculty
  • Tenured and Tenure-Track
  • Catholic Social Teaching
  • Civil Rights Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Federal Courts
  • Habeas Corpus
Jennifer Mason McAward is an associate professor of law, whose teaching and research interests focus on civil rights, constitutional law, and habeas corpus. Her scholarship addresses the relationship between Congress and the federal courts with respect to protecting individual rights. Her current projects explore the power of Congress to enforce the Thirteenth Amendment. She joined the law school faculty in 2005 and was named Distinguished Professor of the Year in 2007. Professor Mason McAward received her undergraduate degree summa cum laude from Notre Dame in 1994. She majored in Government and minored in Theology. Upon graduation, she spent one year doing volunteer work through the Holy Cross Associates program. In 1998, she received her J.D. summa cum laude from New York University School of Law, where she was managing editor of the law review. Following law school, Professor Mason McAward clerked for Judge Alex Kozinski on the Ninth Circuit and then for United States Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. She practiced law and completed a public service fellowship with Holland &amp; Knight LLP in Washington, D.C. /assets/71664/original/mason_mcaward.jpgLAW70305, Constitutional Law II LAW70360, Civil Rights Law LAW70468, Post-Conviction Remedies<i>Supreme Court – October Term 2012 Foreword: The Confident Court</i>, LOY. L.A. L. REV. (forthcoming). <i>The Civil Rights Legacy of Fr. Theodore Hesburgh</i>, NOTRE DAME J.L. ETHICS &amp; PUB. POL’Y (forthcoming). <i>Good Faith and Narrow Tailoring in Fisher v. University of Texas</i>, 59 LOY. L. REV. 77-87 (2013) . McCulloch <i>and the Thirteenth Amendment</i>, 112 COLUM. L. REV. 1769-1809 (2012). <i>Defining the Badges and Incidents of Slavery</i>, 14 U. PA. J. CONST. L. 561-630 (2012). <i>Congressional Authority to Interpret the Thirteenth Amendment: A Response to Professor Tsesis</i>, 71 MD. L. REV. 60-82 (2011). <i>The Scope of Congress’s Thirteenth Amendment Enforcement Power after</i> City of Boerne v. Flores, 88 WASH. U. L. REV. 77-147 (2010). <i>Congress's Power to Block Enforcement of Federal Court Orders</i>, 93 IOWA L. REV. 1319-1367 (2008). <i>Buying Time for Survivors of Domestic Violence: A Proposal for Implementing an Exception to Welfare Time Limits</i>, 73 New York University Law Review 621-66 (1998).<a href="">Supreme Court rules on voting rights law: Now what?</a> (Quotes: Jennifer Mason McAward) USA Today, June 26, 2013 <a href="">Justices duck major ruling on affirmative action</a> (Quotes: Jennifer Mason McAward) Reuters, June 24, 2013 <a href=",0,3852023.story">Decisions in same-sex marriage cases anxiously awaited</a> (Quotes: Jennifer Mason McAward) South Bend Tribune, March 26, 2013 <a href="">Featured Faculty on NDLS Home Page: Jennifer Mason McAward – NDLS Diploma Ceremony Speaker</a> – May 18, 2009Associate Professor of Law<br>Center for Civil and Human Rights Acting Director<a href="">Tracy Zielke</a>
JimmyGurule2119 Eck Hall of Law574.631.5917574.631.4197Jimmy.Gurule.1@nd.edu
  • Faculty
  • Tenured and Tenure-Track
  • Criminal Forensic Evidence
  • Criminal Law & Procedure
  • International Criminal Law
  • Law of Terrorism
  • White Collar Crime
Jimmy Gurulé, an internationally known expert in the field of international criminal law, specifically, terrorism, terrorist financing, and anti-money laundering, joined the Notre Dame Law School faculty in 1989, and in 1996 became a full professor. He served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in 1998-1999. He earned his B.A. from the University of Utah in 1974, and his J.D. from the University of Utah College of Law in 1980. A member of the Utah State Bar since 1980, Professor Gurulé has worked in a variety of high-profile public law enforcement positions including as Under Secretary for Enforcement, U.S. Department of the Treasury (2001-2003), where he had oversight responsibilities for the U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Customs Service, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF), Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), and the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC); Assistant Attorney General, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice (1990-1992); and Assistant U.S. Attorney, where he served as Deputy Chief of the Major Narcotics Section of the Los Angeles U.S. Attorney’s Office (1985-1989). Among his many successes in law enforcement, Professor Gurulé was instrumental in developing and implementing the U.S. Treasury Department’s global strategy to combat terrorist financing, and engineered the conviction of those responsible for torturing and brutally murdering a Drug Enforcement Administration special agent in Mexico. Professor Gurulé concentrates his teaching and scholarship in the areas of criminal law, teaching courses in international criminal law, white collar crime, terrorism law, and criminal and forensic evidence. He co-authored International Criminal Law (Carolina Academic Press) (4th ed. 2013); Criminal and Forensic Evidence (LexisNexis) (forthcoming 4th ed. 2013); Complex Criminal Litigation: Prosecuting Drug Enterprises and Organized Crime (forthcoming 3rd ed. 2013); Principles of Counter-Terrorism Law (Thompson-West 2011); and Unfunding Terror: The Legal Response to the Financing of Global Terrorism (Edward Elgar 2008). An internationally recognized expert in the fields of terrorist financing and anti-money laundering, he has delivered lectures on these subjects before: the Italian Banker’s Association, Milan, Italy; Military Center for Strategic Studies, Rome, Italy; Austrian Defense Academy, Vienna, Austria; Euroforum, Madrid, Spain; World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland; Indian Banker’s Association, Calcutta, India; Institute for International Bankers, New York City, and Comandancia de la Policia Nacional, Asuncion, Paraguay. Professor Gurulé is a member of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Committee on Pattern Criminal Jury Instructions, American Law Institute, Faculty Advisory Board of Center for Civil and Human Rights at the Notre Dame Law School, elected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration (2009), and selected as a member of the United Nations expert working group on “Public Corruption and the Negative Impact of the Non-Repatriation of Funds of Illicit Origin on the Enjoyment of Human Rights.” He has served as a consultant to the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative advising the governments of Belize and Bahrain on criminal justice reform. Professor Gurulé has also served as an expert witness and consultant on several high profile anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism cases, including the 1983 terrorist bombing of the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, and 1998 terrorist bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. Professor Gurulé is a prominent member of the Hispanic legal community, having served as President of the Hispanic National Bar Association in 1989 and received the Graciela Olivarez Award in 2006. He also serves as the faculty advisor to the Hispanic Law Student Association. He was selected as one of the “100 Most Influential Hispanics” by Hispanic Business in 2002, 1990, 1989, and 1987. He has been quoted by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, Bloomberg, and interviewed by CNN, CNN International, CNBC, NPR, CBS, FOX, and the BBC. Watch the Notre Dame <a href="">Fighting for Justice</a> video featuring Professor Gurulé. He was the subject of a faculty profile broadcasted nationwide during half-time of the September 27, 2008 Notre Dame v. Purdue football game. He was one of six faculty profiles aired during the course of the season. Professor Gurulé was selected as a Fulbright Scholar and spent the Spring semester 2011 studying and teaching in Santiago, Chile. <b>Espanol</b> El profesor estadounidense Jimmy Gurulé es un experto de renombre internacional en el campo del derecho penal internacional, particularmente en terrorismo, financiación del terrorismo y el lavado de activos. Obtuvo su licenciatura y grado de derecho de la Universidad de Utah de los Estados Unidos en 1974 y 1980. En 1989, ingresó a la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Notre Dame, ubicada en South Bend, Indiana, Estados Unidos. El Profesor Gurulé se ha desempeñado en una variedad de cargos de alto perfil en las agencias de justicia de los Estados Unidos, incluyendo: (1) Subsecretario del Departamento del Tesoro (2001-2003), donde tuvo responsabilidades de supervisión para el Servicio Secreto, Servicio de Aduanas, Oficina de Alcohol, Tabaco y Armas de Fuego (BATF), Red de Control de Crímenes Financieros (FinCEN), Oficina de Control de Activos Extranjeros (OFAC), y Centro de Capacitación Para las Fuerzas del Orden Federales (FLETC); (2) Vicefiscal General de la Nación para Programas de Justicia, Departamento de Justicia (1990-1992); y (3) Fiscal Federal, donde se desempeñó como Director Adjunto de la Sección de Narcóticos de la Oficina del Fiscal de Los Ángeles (1985-1989). Entre sus muchos éxitos en la aplicación de la ley, el profesor Gurulé fue fundamental en el desarrollo e implementación de la estrategia global del Departamento del Tesoro para combatir la financiación del terrorismo, y como Fiscal Federal de los Estados Unidos, estructuró la condena de los responsables de torturar y asesinar brutalmente a un agente especial de la DEA en México. El profesor Gurulé ha dado conferencias a nivel mundial, sobre temas como el financiamiento del terrorismo, el lavado de dinero, el derecho penal internacional y la confiscación de bienes. Es coautor de ocho libros sobre estos temas, y enseña en áreas tales como derecho penal general, delitos de cuello blanco, legislación antiterrorismo, evidencia criminal y forense. Es miembro del Consejo Asesor del Centro de Derechos Humanos de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Notre Dame y fue seleccionado como miembro del grupo de trabajo de expertos de las Naciones Unidas sobre "La corrupción pública y el impacto negativo de la no-repatriación de fondos de origen ilícito en el disfrute de los derechos humanos”. Se ha desempeñado como consultor de la Inicitativa de Justicia de la Asociación Americana de Abogados, asesorando a los gobiernos de Belice y Bahrein en sus reformas a la justicia penal. El Profesor Gurulé también ha servido como testigo experto y consultor en varios casos de alto perfil relacionados con el lavado de activos y la lucha contra el terrorismo, incluyendo el atentado terrorista al cuartel de los Marines de EE.UU. en Beirut, Líbano en 1983, y los atentados terroristas contra las Embajadas estadounidenses en Kenia y Tanzania en 1998. El Profesor Gurulé es un miembro prominente de la comunidad jurídica hispana en los Estados Unidos, fue Presidente de la Asociación Nacional de Abogados Hispanos en 1989 y recibió el Premio <i>Graciela Olivarez</i> en 2006. También se desempeña como Profesor Consejero de la Asociación de Estudiantes de Derecho Hispanos. Fue seleccionado como uno de los "100 Hispanos Más Influyentes" por la Revista <i>Hispanic Business</i> en 2002, 1990, 1989, y 1987. Ha sido citado por el <i>New York Times</i>, el <i>Wall Street Journal</i>, el <i>Washington Post</i>, el <i>Chicago Tribune</i>, el <i>Christian Science Monitor</i>, <i>Bloomberg</i> y ha sido entrevistado por CNN, CNN International, CNBC, NPR, CBS, FOX, y la BBC. /assets/71650/original/gurule.jpgLAW60302, Criminal Law LAW70205, <a href="">Criminal and Forensic Evidence</a> LAW70316, Complex Criminal Litigation LAW70363, <a href="">White Collar Crime</a> LAW70403, <a href="">International Criminal Law</a> LAW70434, <a href="/student-life/for-current-students/course-web-sites/law-of-terrorism---law70436---gurule">Law of Terrorism</a> London: International Criminal Law<b>Books</b> Criminal &amp; Forensic Evidence, with R.J. Goodwin (4th ed.) (LexisNexis, 2014). Principles of Counter-Terrorism Law (Thompson-West, 2011). Criminal &amp; Forensic Evidence, with R.J. Goodwin (3d ed.) (LexisNexis, 2010). <a href="">Unfunding Terror: The Legal Response to the Financing of Global Terrorism</a> (Edward Elgar Publ 2008). International Criminal Law: Cases and Materials, with Paust, Bassiouni, Scharf, Sadat &amp; Zagaris (Carolina Academic Press, 4th ed. 2013). Human Rights Module: On Crimes Against Humanity, Genocide, Other Crimes Against Human Rights, and War Crimes (Carolina Academic Press 2006). International Criminal Law Documents Supplement, with Paust, Bassiouni, Scharf, Sadat &amp; Zagaris (Carolina Academic Press, 3d ed. 2006). The Law of Asset Forfeiture, with S. Guerra-Thompson and M. O'Hear (LexisNexis, 2d ed. 2004). Criminal and Scientific Evidence: Cases, Materials and Problems, with R.J. Goodwin, and Teacher’s Manual, 2nd Edition (LexisNexis 2002). Complex Criminal Litigation: Prosecuting Drug Enterprises and Organized Crime (Lexis Law Publishing, 2d ed. 2000). <b>Book Segments</b> <i>Evaluating Progress in the Global War on Terrorist Financing in How to Combat Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing,</i> (Richard Pratt ed., 2005). <b>Articles</b> Professor Gurulé has published numerous articles pertaining to criminal law, including: <i>The Demise of the U.N. Economic Sanctions Regime to Deprive Terrorists of Funding</i>, 41 Case W. Res. J. Int’l L. 19 (2009). <i>Does "€œProceeds"€ Really Mean "€œNet Profits"? The Supreme Court's Efforts to Diminish the Utility of the Federal Money Laundering Statute</i>, 7 Ave Maria L. Rev. 339 (2009). <i>Who Is Winning the War on Terror Financing?,</i> 10:2 The Financial Regulator 25 (2005). <i>Unfunding Terror - Perspectives on Unfunding Terror</i>, 17 Transnational Lawyer 113 (2004) (symposium); <i>U.S. Opposition to the 1998 Rome Statute Creating an International Criminal Court: Is the Court’s Jurisdiction Truly Complementary to National Criminal Jurisdictions?,</i> 35 Cornell Int’l Law Journal 1 (2002) <i>The 1988 U.N. Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances -€“ A Ten year Perspective: Is International Cooperation Merely Illusory?,</i> 22 Fordham Int’l Law Journal 74 (1998) <i>The Ancient Roots of Modern Forfeiture Law,</i> 21 Notre Dame Journal of Legislation 155 (1995). <i>The Money Laundering Control Act of 1986: Creating a New Federal Offense or Merely Affording Federal Prosecutors an Alternative Means of Punishing Specified Unlawful Activity?</i> 32 American Criminal Law Review 823 (1995). <i>Terrorism, Territorial Sovereignty, and the Forcible Apprehension of International Criminals Abroad,</i> 17 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 457 (1994). <b>Other Publications</b> <i>The International Criminal Court: Complementarity with National Criminal Jurisdiction</i>, 33 Amicus Curiae 21, Journal of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies (2001); <i>The Right to a Fair Trial</i>, 28 European Commission for Democracy Through Law 95 (2000); <i>Does the CCE Statute Require Juror Unanimity on the Specific Predicate Drug Offense?</i>, 5 Preview of U.S. Supreme Court Cases 251 (1999); <i>"€œJustice Delayed is Justice Denied"€: May a Prisoner'€™s Challenge to Parole Revocation Be Delayed Until the Sentence Is Completed and Then Dismissed as Moot?,</i> 2 Preview of U.S. Supreme Court Cases 106 (1997); <i>The Double Jeopardy Dilemma: Does Criminal Prosecution and Civil Forfeiture in Separate Proceedings Violate the Double Jeopardy Clause?</i>, 7 Preview of U.S. Supreme Court Cases 325 (1996); <i>Cooperating with the Prosecutor: How Many Motions Does It Take to Secure a Sentence That Is Less Than the Mandatory Minimum Provided By Statute?</i>, 5 Preview of U.S. Supreme Court Cases 242 (1996); and <i>Multiple Punishment for Similar Crimes: Is the Double Jeopardy Clause Violated?</i>, 3 Preview of U.S. Supreme Court Cases 104 (1995).<a href="">US intelligence assets in Mexico reportedly tied to murdered DEA agent</a> (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) Fox News, October 10, 2013 <a href="">New U.S. policy won't ease marijuana dispensaries' banking woes (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) Reuters, September 5, 2013 </a><a href=";q=;ct=ga&amp;cad=CAcQARgBIAAoATAAOABAr4fEjQVIAVgBYgVlbi1VUw&amp;cd=kkyz-QKbFT8&amp;usg=AFQjCNGRrLQSChXF9b2SUA2H87Axz-T3dw">Telecoms Face Limited Legal Recourse in Orders for Records</a> (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) Wall Street Journal, June 6, 2013 <a href=";id=b90ba1d540&amp;e=26b14a237a">Obama administration defends massive phone record collection</a> (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) Reuters, June 6, 2013 <a href="">Massive breach of privacy in the U.S.</a> (Video: Interview: Jimmy Gurule) CNN, June 6, 2013 <a href=";id=e5667479d9&amp;e=26b14a237a">Reno, Holder approaches to leak investigations differ</a> (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) USA Today, June 5, 2013 <a href="">Russia’s Warning on Bombings Suspect Sets Off a Debate</a> (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) New York Times, April 25, 2013 <a href=",0,275671.story">FBI alert on Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev had expired</a> (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) LA Times, April 23, 2013 <a href="">Suspect charged in hospital with Boston Marathon bombing</a> (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) Reuters, April 22, 2013 <a href="">Fed to Citi: Improve Anti-Money Laundering Controls</a> (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) Fox Business, March 26, 2013 <a href="">Obama’s SEC Pick Wary of Zealous Wall Street Prosecutions</a> (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) Bloomberg, February 27, 2013 <a href="">Too Big to Prosecute</a> - Huffington Post Live (video panel), December 18, 2012 <a href="">The Associated Press: Too big to jail? Execs avoid laundering charges</a> - (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) AP, December 18, 2012 <a href="">Obama, Holder let another big bank off the hook</a> - (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) MSNBC, December 13, 2012 <a href="">Exclusive: HSBC might pay $1.8 billion money laundering fine - sources</a> (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) - Reuters, MSNBC, Fox Business, CNBC, Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, South Bend Tribune, Wall Street Cheat Sheet, MSN Money, Business Insider, Economic Times, International Business Times - December 5, 2012 <object id="cnbcplayer" height="380" width="400" classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" codebase=",0,0,0"> <param name="type" value="application/x-shockwave-flash"> <param name="allowfullscreen" value="true"> <param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"> <param name="quality" value="best"> <param name="scale" value="noscale"> <param name="wmode" value="transparent"> <param name="bgcolor" value="#000000"> <param name="salign" value="lt"> <param name="flashVars" value="startTime=000"> <param name="flashVars" value="endTime=000"> <param name="movie" value=""> <embed name="cnbcplayer" pluginspage="" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" bgcolor="#000000" height="380" width="400" quality="best" wmode="transparent" scale="noscale" salign="lt" src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"></embed></object> CNBC (TV)… <a href=";play=1">StanChart Sanction Is Insufficient: Gurule</a> August 15, 2012 CNBC (Reuters)…. <a href="">Standard Chartered reaches $340 million settlement over Iran</a> August 15, 2012 <a href="">In Laundering Case, a Lax Banking Law Obscured Money Flow</a> - (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) - The New York Times, August 8, 2012 <a href="">Standard Chartered Probe Might Require $700 Million Payout</a> - (Quotes: Jimmy Gurule) - Washington Post (Bloomberg) and (Bloomberg), August 8, 2012 <a href="">FISA and the Battle Between National Security and Privacy</a> (Opinion: by Jimmy Gurulé) JURIST, Feb. 17, 2012. <a href=",0,339291.story">The insanity defense: Defendants in two high-profile local cases to make an argument lawyers say rarely wins</a> (Quoting Jimmy Gurulé) South Bend Tribune, December 10, 2011 <a href="">ND Expert: Direct link between rise in Taliban power and private funding</a> – October 13, 2009 <a href="">Featured Faculty on NDLS Home Page: Jimmy Gurulé</a> – August 7, 2009 <a href="">Featured Faculty on NDLS Home Page: Jimmy Gurulé Author of “Unfunding Terror”</a> – February 9, 2009 <a href="">Professor Jimmy Gurulé: Fighting for Justice</a> – September 26, 2008Professor of Law<a href="">Leslie Berg</a> 
JoanneClifford1112 Eck Hall of Law574.631.1148Joanne.E.Clifford.20@nd.edu
  • Faculty
  • Clinical
 Jodi Clifford is the founding director of Notre Dame Law School’s Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinic, where she teaches and practices intellectual property law. Prior to joining the law school faculty in 2011, she was a patent attorney at Thompson Hine, LLP and is admitted to practice in Indiana, Ohio and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. At Thompson Hine her practice incorporated all aspects of intellectual property law, including preparation and prosecution of patent applications, analysis of patent portfolio scope and value, preparation of patent invalidity and non-infringement opinions, and preparation and prosecution of federal trademark and copyright registrations. In addition, Prof. Clifford drafted and negotiated numerous intellectual property agreements, including technology development and patent licenses, joint developer agreements, enterprise resource program agreements, software development agreements, end user licenses and technology licenses. She also advised clients on privacy and data security issues related to web site development, e-commerce and corporate data retention. Prof. Clifford earned her B.S. from The Ohio State University and her J.D. from the University of Virginia in 2001. Prior to law school, she was a software engineer at Lockheed Martin and IBM, where she designed, implemented and tested display and operator controls for a prototype active sonar system. /assets/84683/original/jodi_clifford.jpgDirector, Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinic 
JodyKlontz2150 Eck Hall of
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  Ms. Klontz is at the core of administration of all aspects of the work of the CCHR, including budgeting, financial transactions and records, communications with applicants for degree programs and with admitted students, compliance with University requirements for privacy of personal data, and arranging conferences and events, among other responsibilities. Prior to joining the CCHR in February 2009, she worked for the Notre Dame Law School administration for more than seven years. She also has several years of experience working as a legal assistant in a small, local firm. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University.
  • Center for Civil and Human Rights
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JoeReimers2361 Biolchini
  • Staff
  • Library
Information Technology Specialist 
JoelWilliams1100 Eck Hall of
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  • Adjunct
 Joel Williams joined the Notre Dame Law School as an assistant adjunct faculty member in 2000. In 2000 and 2001, Joel taught a Prosecutor’s Externship class. Since 2005, Joel has been co-teaching the Moot Court Trial class, and co-coaching the Barristers and AAJ Trial Teams. Joel graduated from the University of Michigan in 1992 with a B.A. in Political Science. In 1993, Joel began law school at the University of Toledo Law School. In his second year of law school, Joel was a member of the University of Toledo Law Review and had his Comment, “Sibling Rights to Visitation: A Relationship Too Valuable to Be Denied” published. During his third year of law school, Joel was the Symposium Editor of the Law Review. In 1996, Joel graduated tenth (10th) in his class and was granted membership in The Order of the Coif. After graduating law school, Joel worked as a Deputy County Attorney in Maricopa County, Arizona, prosecuting vehicular crimes. From 1999 to 2003, Joel worked as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in St. Joseph County, Indiana prosecuting vehicular crimes and murder cases. Since 2003, Joel has been a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Elkhart County, Indiana. Currently, he is the Supervisor of the Major Crimes Division and is Supervisor of the Elkhart County Fatal Alcohol Crash Team. In addition, Joel currently prosecutes murder, attempted murder and vehicular homicide cases. Finally, he is in charge of the Office’s training program. In addition to teaching at Notre Dame Law School, Joel has also served as an Assistant Adjunct Professor at Ivy Tech State College. Joel has served as a faculty member for the National District Attorney’s Association (NDAA) and the Indiana Prosecuting Attorney’s Council (IPAC) in their Trial Advocacy Programs. Finally, Joel has given lectures at numerous IPAC seminars on various criminal law and trial advocacy topics. LAW75747, Moot Court TrialAdjunct Faculty 
JohnConway1100 Eck Hall of
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  • Adjunct
 John serves as an adjunct associate professor of law at the Notre Dame Law School where he teaches in the trial skills program, including Intensive Trial Advocacy and Deposition Skills. He is AV rated (the highest legal rating available) for excellence by the leading law firm rating service, Martindale-Hubbell. John has been recognized as a Super Lawyer by Texas Monthly magazine. John represents plaintiffs and defendants in a broad range of commercial cases, including breach of contract, fraud and misrepresentation, construction, intellectual property and employment. He has also represented both plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury and products liability cases and defendants in Federal criminal matters. From 1994 to 2008, John practiced in Dallas, Texas for the firms of Sayles Werbner, PC and Jones Day. John graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in mechanical engineering and with a law degree from Southern Methodist University magna cum laude. In law school, John served as Editor-in-Chief of the SMU Law Review Association's Journal of Air and Commerce, was elected to the Barristers, and was a member of the Order of the Coif. He clerked for the Honorable A. Joe Fish of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. Before becoming an attorney, John worked as a mechanical engineer in Chicago.  Assistant Adjunct Professor<a href="">Rebecca Ward</a> 
JohnFinnisM.2117 Eck Hall of Law574.631.5989574.631.4197John.M.Finnis.1@nd.edu
  • Faculty
  • Tenured and Tenure-Track
  • British Commonwealth Constitutional Law
  • Euthanasia
  • Jurisprudence
  • Shakespeare: Law & Politics
Known for his work in moral, political and legal theory, as well as constitutional law, John joined the Notre Dame Law School faculty in 1995. He earned his LL.B. from Adelaide University (Australia) in 1961 and his doctorate from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar in 1965. At The University of Oxford he held the positions of lecturer, reader and a chaired professor in law for over four decades until 2010. In addition, he served as associate in law at the University of California at Berkeley (1965-66), as professor of law at the University of Malawi (Africa) (1976-78), and as the Huber Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law at the Boston College Law School (1993-94). He is admitted to the English Bar (Gray’s Inn). Professor Finnis teaches courses in Jurisprudence, in the Social, Political and Legal Theory of Thomas Aquinas and in the Social, Political and Legal Theory of Shakespeare. His service has included the Linacre [now the Anscombe] Centre for Health Care Ethics (governor since 1981), the Catholic Bishops’ Joint Committee on Bioethical Issues (1981-88), the International Theological Commission (1986-92), the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace (1990-95), and the Pontifical Academy Pro Vita (2001-present). He has published widely in law, legal theory, moral and political philosophy, moral theology, and the history of the late Elizabethan era. He is an adjunct Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Notre Dame. /assets/71638/original/finnis.jpgLAW73807, Social, Political and Legal Thought of Shakespeare LAW73809, Social, Political and Legal Thought of Thomas Aquinas London program: Jurisprudence<b>Recent publications include:</b> <i><a href=" Extreme Speech and Democracy">Endorsing Discrimination between Faiths: A Case of Extreme Speech?</a></i> (forthcoming) <i><a href="">Review Essay: [Anscombe’s Essays]</a></i>, National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 9 (2009) 199-207. <i><a href="">Marriage: A Basic and Exigent Good</a></i>, The Monist 91 (2008) 396-414. <i><a href="">Reason, Revelation, Universality and Particularity in Ethics</a></i>, American Journal of Jurisprudence 53 (2008) 23-48 <i><a href="">Grounds of Law and Legal Theory: A Response,</a></i> 13 Legal Theory (2008) 315-344. <i><a href="">On Hart's Ways: Law as Reason and as Fact,</a></i> 52 American Journal of Jurisprudence 25-53 (2007). <i><a href="">Nationality, Alienage and Constitutional Principle,</a></i> 123 Law Quarterly Review (July 2007) 417-445. <i>On the Incoherence of Legal Positivism</i> Notre Dame Law Review 75 (2000) 1597-1611. <i>Natural Law: The Classical Tradition</i>€, in Jules Coleman and Scott Shapiro, The Oxford Handbook of Jurisprudence and Philosophy of Law (Oxford University Press, March 2002), 1-60. <i>Aquinas on jus and Hart on Rights: A Response</i>€, Review of Politics 64 (2002) 407-10 <i>€œLaw and What I Truly Should Decide</i>, American Journal of Jurisprudence 48 (2003) <i>€œHelping Enact Unjust Laws without Complicity in Injustice</i>, American Journal of Jurisprudence 49 (2004) 11-42 <i>"The Thing I am": Personal Identity in Aquinas and Shakespeare</i>€, Social Philosophy & Policy 22 (2005) 250-282; also in Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred. D. Miller & Jeffrey Paul (eds.), Personal Identity (Cambridge & New York, Cambridge U.P, 2005), 250-282. "€œRetribution: Punishment's Formative Aim"€ The American Journal of Jurisprudence 44 (2000) 91-103. "Shakespeare'€™s Intercession for Love's Martyr"€, Times Literary Supplement, no. 5220, April 18, 2003, 12-14 <br /> <b>Books</b> NATURAL LAW & NATURAL RIGHTS (Oxford, 2d ed. 2011). REASON IN ACTION: COLLECTED ESSAYS, VOL. I (Oxford University Press 2011). INTENTION & IDENTITY: COLLECTED ESSAYS, VOL. II (Oxford University Press 2011). HUMAN RIGHTS & COMMON GOOD: COLLECTED ESSAYS, Vol. III (Oxford University Press 2011). Philosophy of Law: COLLECTED ESSAYS, VOL. IV (Oxford University Press 2011). RELIGION & PUBLIC REASONS: COLLECTED ESSAYS, Vol. V (Oxford University Press 2011). Aquinas: Moral, Political and Legal Theory (Oxford University Press 1998). Moral Absolutes: Tradition, Revision and Truth (Catholic University of America Press 1991). Ed., Natural Law, 2 vols. (New York University Press 1991). Nuclear Deterrence, Morality, and Realism, with J. M. Boyle Jr. and G. Grisez (Oxford University Press 1987). Fundamentals of Ethics (Georgetown University Press and Oxford University Press 1983). Natural Law and Natural Rights (Oxford University Press 1980; 9th impression. 1997). <b>Book Segments</b> <i>Telling the Truth about God and Man in a Pluralist Society: Economy or Explication?</i> in Christopher Wolfe (ed.), The Naked Public Square Reconsidered: Religion and Politics in the Twenty-First Century (Wilmington, DE: ISI Books, 2009), 103-115 & 195-200. <i>Discriminating between Faiths: A Case of Extreme Speech?</i>, in Hare and McNeil (eds.), Extreme Speech and Democracy: (Oxford University Press 2009) 430-441. John Finnis, <i>Restricting Legalised Abortion is Not Intrinsically Unjust</i>, in COOPERATION, COMPLICITY AND CONSCIENCE: PROBLEMS IN HEALTHCARE, SCIENCE, LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY 232 (Helen Watt ed., 2005). John Finnis, <i>A Vote Decisive for... a More Restrictive Law</i>, in COOPERATION, COMPLICITY AND CONSCIENCE: PROBLEMS IN HEALTHCARE, SCIENCE, LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY 269 (Helen Watt ed., 2005). <i>Intention in Tort Law</i>, in Philosophical Foundations of Tort Law 229 (David Owen ed., Oxford 1995). <i>Natural Law and Legal Reasoning</i>, in Natural Law Theory: Contemporary Essays 134 (Robert P. George ed., Clarendon 1992). <i>Intention and Side-Effects</i>, in Liability and Responsibility: Essays in Law and Morals 32 (R. Frey and C. Morris eds., Cambridge University Press 1991). <i>Commonwealth and Dependencies</i>, in 6 Halsbury's Laws of England 315 (Butterworth 4th ed. 1974 and annual supplements); complete revision in 6 Halsbury'€™s Laws of England 345 (1991). <i>Revolutions and Continuity of Law</i>, in Oxford Essays in Jurisprudence: Second Series 44 (Simpson ed., Oxford 1971). <b>Articles</b> <i>Allocating Risks and Suffering: Some Hidden Traps</i>, 38 Cleveland State Law Review 193 (1990). <i>Legal Enforcement of "Duties to Oneself": Kant v. Neo-Kantians</i>, 87 Columbia Law Review 433 (1987). <i>On Reason and Authority in Law'€™s Empire</i>, 6 Law & Philosophy 357 (1987). <i>On "The Critical Legal Studies Movement,"</i> 30 American Journal of Jurisprudence 21 (1985); also in Oxford Essays in Jurisprudence: Third Series 145 (Bell and Eekelaar eds., Oxford 1987). <i>The Authority of Law in the Predicament of Contemporary Social Theory</i>, 1 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 115 (1984). <i>Reason and Passion: The Constitutional Dialectic of Free Speech and Obscenity</i>, 116 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 222 (1967).<a href="">In Defense of Professor Kenneth Howell</a>, (Quotes: John Finnis) July 16, 2010Biolchini Family Professor of Law<a href="">Tracy Zielke</a> 
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