|Anthony||Bellia Jr.||J.||2115 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.9353||574.631.4197||Anthony.J.Bellia.email@example.com||http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=431234||/assets/223439/fullsize/belliaajcv2016_03.pdf|
- Civil Procedure
- Constitutional Law
- Executive Power
- Federal Courts
- Human Rights Law
- Legal History
- National Security Law
- Separation of Powers
|Professor A.J. Bellia teaches and researches in the areas of constitutional law, federal courts, federalism, legal history, procedure, and contracts. Professor Bellia's published works in these fields include numerous law review articles and the first American casebook on Federalism. Professor Bellia joined the Notre Dame Law School faculty in 2000 and also has served as a visiting professor of law at the University of Virginia School of Law (2007). He is the founding director of the Notre Dame Program on Constitutional Structure and a member of the American Law Institute (ALI).
Prior to joining the faculty in 2000, Professor Bellia clerked for Associate Justice Antonin Scalia of the Supreme Court of the United States, Judge Diarmuid F. O’Scannlain of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and Judge William M. Skretny of the United States District Court for the Western District of New York. He also practiced law as an associate with Miller, Cassidy, Larroca & Lewin in Washington, D.C., litigating constitutional, criminal, and commercial cases in state and federal courts.
Professor Bellia earned his J.D. summa cum laude in 1994 from the Notre Dame Law School, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Notre Dame Law Review. Professor Bellia earned his B.A. summa cum laude from Canisius College in 1991, where he was named the outstanding graduate in economics and political science as well as a Harry S. Truman Scholar.|| ||/assets/223435/fullsize/rsz_20141009_01.jpg||LAW60105, Contracts
LAW60307, Constitutional Law
LAW60308, Civil Procedure
LAW70311, Federal Courts
LAW70838, History of the Common Law
LAW73372, Federalism Seminar
LAW75749, Law Review||Books
The Law of Nations and the United States Constitution (Oxford University Press 2017) (with Bradford R. Clark).
Federalism (2d ed., Aspen/Wolters Kluwer 2017).
Federalism (Aspen/Wolters Kluwer 2011).
Justice Scalia, Implied Rights of Action, and Historical Practice, 92 Notre Dame L. Rev. ___ (2017) (forthcoming).
The Original Source of the Cause of Action in Federal Courts: The Example of the Alien Tort Statute, 101 Va. L. Rev. 609 (2015) (with Bradford R. Clark).
Two Myths About the Alien Tort Statute, 89 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1609 (2014) (with Bradford R. Clark).
General Law in Federal Court, 53 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 655 (2013) (with Bradford R. Clark).
The Law of Nations as Constitutional Law, 98 Va. L. Rev. 729 (2012) (with Bradford R. Clark).
The Alien Tort Statute and the Law of Nations, 78 U. Chi. L. Rev. 445 (2011) (with Bradford R. Clark).
The Political Branches and the Law of Nations, 85 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1795 (2010) (with Bradford R. Clark).
The Federal Common Law of Nations, 109 Colum. L. Rev. 1 (2009) (with Bradford R. Clark).
The Origins of Article III Arising Under Jurisdiction, 57 Duke L. J. 263 (2007).
Federalism Doctrines and Abortion Cases: A Response to Professor Fallon,51 St. Louis U. L. J. 767 (2007).
State Courts and the Interpretation of Federal Statutes, 59 Vand. L. Rev. 1501 (2006).
Congressional Power and State Court Jurisdiction, 94 Geo. L. J. 949 (2006).
State Courts and the Making of Federal Common Law, 153 U. Pa. L. Rev. 825 (2005).
Article III and the Cause of Action, 89 Iowa L. Rev. 777 (2004).
Promises, Trust, and Contract Law, 47 Am. J. Juris. 25 (2002).
Contracting with Electronic Agents, 50 Emory L. J. 1047 (2001).
Federal Regulation of State Court Procedures, 110 Yale L. J. 947 (2001).
Il vincolo all’assistenza aantitaria nel sistema federale degli Stati Uniti (The Health Care Mandate in the United States Federal System), Rivista dell’Associazione Italiana Costituzionalisti 1/2013 (translated from English to Italian by Davide Paris).
Re-examining Customary International Law and the Federal Courts: An Introduction, 85 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1787 (2010).
La sussidiarietaâ e il sistema americano (Subsidiarity and the American Federal System), 18 Atlantide 41 (2010).
Federalismo e matrimonio omosessuale nellâUnione Europea: una prospettiva americana di diritto comparato (Federalism and Same-Sex Marriage in the European Union: A Comparative American Perspective), 2009/1 Quaderni Costituzionale 134 (2009) (translated from English to Italian by Annalisa Stefani).
Establishment and Judicial Administrability, 26 Const. Comment. 259 (2009) (review of Kent Greenawalt, Establishment and Fairness (2008)).
Form, Function, and Justiciability, 86 Tex. L. Rev. See Also 1 (2007).
Sosa, Federal Question Jurisdiction, and Historical Fidelity, 93 Va. L. Rev. In Brief 15 (2007).
Amicus Brief in Support of Respondents in Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co. (No. 10-1491, in the Supreme Court of the United States).||Professor Anthony J. Bellia Files Amicus Brief in Supreme Court Case Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co. - August 2012
Provost announces faculty promotions, new Web site - ND Newswire - May 21, 2008
Notre Dame Law School graduates to receive diplomas May 18 - ND Newswire - May 07, 2008||O’Toole Professor of Constitutional Law Concurrent Professor of Political Science||Gloria Krull||abellia|
|Avishalom||Tor||3163 Eck Hall of Lawfirstname.lastname@example.org||http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=418631||http://www.nd.edu/~ndlaw/faculty/cv/tor_cv.pdf|
- Business Associations
- Corporate Governance
- Law & Economics
|Professor Avishalom Tor’s research focuses on the study of competition and cooperation in market settings and the legal rules and institutions that shape such market behavior. After receiving his doctorate from Harvard Law School, Avishalom was a Visiting Research Professor at George Mason University School of Law, an Adviser and Consultant to Commissioner Harbour at the Federal Trade Commission on various matters of antitrust law and economics, and a Visiting Professor at the University of Hamburg. Before joining the Notre Dame law faculty, Professor Tor was a Senior Lecturer and co-director of the Forum on Law and Markets at the University of Haifa Faculty of Law, where he was recently appointed a Global Professor of Law. He is also the past Secretary and Management Board member of the European Association of Law and Economics and a board member of a number of international competition law institutes.
Professor Tor teaches in the areas of antitrust, corporate law, and behavioral law and economics. In addition to basic courses in these areas, Avishalom has taught various advanced courses and seminars, including, most recently, “Antitrust, Technology, and Intellectual Property,” “Corporate Governance,” and “Markets, Regulation, and Rationality.” His interdisciplinary work has been published in legal, decision making, psychological, and economic journals, such as the Michigan Law Review, Duke Law Journal, Texas Law Review, Antitrust Law Journal, the Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, and Psychological Science. Avishalom’s research has won grants and awards both domestically and abroad, and received extensive coverage from international media outlets including the Economist, Boston Globe, U.S. News and World Report, and others.|| ||/assets/78631/original/tor.jpg||LAW 70101 - Business Associations
LAW 70117 – Antitrust Law
LAW 73117 – Antitrust, Technology, and Intellectual Property
LAW 70902 – Behavioral Analysis of Law
LAW 73126 – Seminar: Corporate Governance||Legal Research
The Next Generation of Behavioural Law and Economics in European Perspectives on Behavioural Law and Economics (Klaus Mathis ed., forthcoming).
Understanding Behavioral Antitrust, 92 TEXAS LAW REVIEW (forthcoming 2014).
The Market, The Firm, and Behavioral Antitrust in THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS AND THE LAW (forthcoming 2013).
The Psychology of Competition: A Social Comparison Perspective, Perspectives on Psychological Science, 8(6), 634-650 (2013) (with Stephen M. Garcia & Tyrone M. Schiff).
The Innocence Effect, 62 DUKE LAW JOURNAL 343 (2012) (with Oren Gazal-Ayal).
Behavioral Antitrust: A New Approach to the Rule of Reason after_ Leegin, 2011 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 805 (2011) (with William Rinner).
Foreward: Advances in the Behavioral Analysis of Law: Markets, Institutions, and Contracts, 74 LAW & CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS i (2011) (symposium introduction).
Whether and When to Debias through Law, 12 LAW AND BUSINESS 41 (2010) [In Hebrew].
Unilateral, Anticompetitive Acquisitions of Dominance or Monopoly Power, 76 ANTITRUST LAW JOURNAL 847 (2010).
Introduction: Expansion and Contraction in Monopolization Law, 76 ANTITRUST LAW JOURNAL 653 (2010) (with Michal S. Gal & Spencer Weber Waller).
Fairness and the Willingness to Accept Plea Bargain Offers, 7 JOURNAL OF EMPIRICAL LEGAL STUDIES 97 (2010) (with Oren Gazal-Ayal & Stephen M. Garcia).
The Impact of Innocence on Plea Bargaining: Empirical Findings, Psychological Insights, and Normative Implications, 39 MISHPATIM: THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 115 (2009) (with Oren Gazal-Ayal) [In Hebrew].
The Methodology of the Behavioral Analysis of Law, 4 HAIFA LAW REVIEW 237 (2008).
Comment: On Experimental Law and Economics and Default Breach Remedies, 163 JOURNAL OF INSTITUTIONAL AND THEORETICAL ECONOMICS 26 (2007).
Overcoming Impediments to Information Sharing, 55 ALABAMA LAW REVIEW 231 (2004) (with Amitai Aviram).
Illustrating a Behaviorally-Informed Approach to Antitrust Law: Section 2 Predation and Beyond, 18 ANTITRUST 52 (2003).
Incentives to Create under a "Lifetime-Plus-Years" Copyright Duration: Lessons from a Behavioral Economic Analysis for_ Eldred v. Ashcroft, in Symposium: Eldred v. Ashcroft: Intellectual Property, Congressional Power, and the Constitution, 36 LOYOLA OF LOS ANGELES LAW REVIEW 437 (2002) (with Dotan Oliar).
The Fable of Entry: Bounded Rationality, Market Discipline, and Legal Policy, 101 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 482 (2002).
The Psychology of Competition: A Social Comparison Perspective, 8 PERSPECTIVES ON PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE (forthcoming 2013) (with Stephen M. Garcia & Tyrone M. Schiff).
The N-Effect: Beyond Winning Probabilities, 21 PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE 748 (2010) (with Stephen M. Garcia).
The Price of Equality: Suboptimal Resource Allocations across Social Categories, 20 BUSINESS ETHICS QUARTERLY 75 (2010) (with Stephen M. Garcia, Max H. Bazerman, Shirli Kopelman, and Dale T. Miller).
The N-Effect: More Competitors, Less Competition,: 20 PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE 871 (2009) (with Stephen M. Garcia).
Rankings, Standards, and Competition: Task vs. Scale Comparisons, 102 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND HUMAN DECISION PROCESSES 95 (2007) (with Stephen M. Garcia).
Ranks and Rivals: A Theory of Competition, 32 PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN 970 (2006) (with Stephen M. Garcia & Richard Gonzalez).
Profit Maximization versus Disadvantageous Inequality in Choice Behavior: The Impact of Self Categorization, 18 JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DECISION MAKING 187 (2005) (with Stephen M. Garcia, Max Bazerman & Dale T. Miller).
Focusing Failures in Competitive Environments: Explaining Decision Errors in the Monty Hall Game, the Acquiring a Company Problem, and Multi-Party Ultimatums, 16 JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DECISION MAKING 353 (2003) (with Max H. Bazerman).
A Behavioral Approach to Antitrust Law and Economics, 14 CONSUMER POLICY REVIEW 2 (2004).
On the Behavioral Analysis of Law, UNIVERSITY OF HAIFA MAGAZINE 26 (Fall 2005) [In Hebrew].||Professor of Law Director, Research Program on Law and Market Behavior (ND LAMB) Global Professor of Law, University of Haifa Faculty of Law||Beth Ferrettie||ator|
|Barbara||Brook||1100 Eck Hall of Law||Barbara.Z.Brook.email@example.com|| ||Barbara Brook retired from the United States Attorney’s Office, South Bend Division of the Northern District of Indiana, in May 2015 after 28 years. She served as an assistant United States attorney from 1989 to her retirement. During her last eight years in the office, she was also senior litigation counsel, which included training for all attorneys in the district and addressing professional responsibility and ethical issues. Brook also investigated and prosecuted complex crimes. Prior to joining the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Brook clerked for Judge Robert L. Miller Jr. in the Northern District of Indiana from August 1987 to June 1989.
In addition to teaching at Notre Dame Law School, Brook taught in the Trial Advocacy Program at the Department of Justice’s National Advocacy Center in Columbia, S.C., for a number of years.
Brook graduated from Indiana University Bloomington in 1972 with a degree in secondary education. She graduated from Notre Dame Law School in May 1987.|| ||LAW75709, Trial Advocacy Comprehensive||Adjunct Professor||BBROOK|
|Barbara||Fick||J.||1116 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.5864||574.631.4197||Barbara.J.Fick.firstname.lastname@example.org||/assets/209933/fullsize/cv.2016_1_.pdf|
- Comparative Labor Law
- Dispute Resolution
- EEO Law
- Employment Law
- International Labor Law
- International Labor Relations
- Labor Law
- US Labor Law
|Barbara J. Fick joined the Notre Dame Law School faculty in 1983 as a visiting associate professor of law, and became a permanent member of the faculty one year later. She earned her B.A. from Creighton University in 1972 and her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1976. A member of the Wisconsin Bar since 1976, Fick has worked as an associate at the Milwaukee firm of Foley & Lardner (1976-78) and as a field attorney for the National Labor Relations Board in Philadelphia (1978-83). While at the NLRB, she also lectured in law at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia (1981-82).
Fick’s teaching and scholarship concentrate on various aspects of labor law such as employment discrimination, individual rights in the workplace, and international and comparative labor law. Since 1995, she has worked with the American Center for International Labor Solidarity advising and teaching trade union leaders in Central and Eastern Europe on issues relating to protecting worker rights and ensuring domestic compliance with international labor standards. In the spring semester of 2000, Professor Fick served as a visiting professor of law at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium).
From 1991-2009, Fick has served as Contributing Editor for Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases; from 1994-1997 as editor of International Contributions to Labour Studies; and from 1999-2007 as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Labor and Employment Law. She has been a member of the Executive Board of the U.S. branch of the International Society for Labor and Social Security Law since 2006-2012. At the University she is a faculty fellow at both the Institute for International Peace Studies (since 1987) and the Higgins Labor Studies Program (since 1994).|| ||/assets/71635/original/fick.jpg||LAW70353, Labor and Employment Law
LAW70355, Employment Discrimination Law
LAW70405, International and Comparative Labor Law
LAW70840: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
LAW73353, Advanced Topics in Labor Law
London: Comparative & International Labour Law||Books
International Labour Law (edited volume) (U.K.: Edw. Elgar 2016)
The American Bar Association Guide to Workplace Law, (Random House Reference, 2d ed. 2007).
The ABA Guide to Workplace Law (Times Books 1997).
Review and Assessment of Collective Labor Law in Eight Central European Countries (Free Trade Union Institute 1997).
Supreme Court Labor Cases in the 2013-2014 Term, in 2014 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN EMPLOYMENT LAW (ICLEF, 2014)
Worker Well-Being in the 21st Century: Addressing the Psychosocial Context of Work, in Liber Amicorum Othmar Vanachter: Arbeidsrecht tussen wel-zijn en niet-zijn (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2009).
Law in the Workplace, in The American Bar Association Family Legal Guide 405-467 (Random House Reference, 3d ed. 2004).
Federalism and Labour Law: The American Experience, in Federalism and Labour Law: Comparative Perspectives (Othmar Vanachter & Martin Vranken eds., Intersentia 2004).
Federal Labor and Employment Law (Chapter 5) in Specialized Legal Research (P. Hazelton, ed., Aspen Law & Business, 2001).
Hiring Employees (Chapter 14); Laws Affecting Employees (Chapter 15); Terminating Employees (Chapter 16); Maintaining a Safe Workplace (Chapter 17) in The American Bar Association Legal Guide for Small Business (Three Rivers Press 2000).
Employment Discrimination: U.S.A., in XV World Congress of Labour Law and Social Security, Volume I, Discrimination in Employment 407 (R. Blanpain ed., Peeters 1998).
Law and the Workplace, The American Bar Association Family Legal Guide 394 (Times Books 1994).
Professor Fick has published numerous articles on labor law and selected workplace issues, including:
Corporate Social Responsibility for Enforcement of labor Rights: Are There More Effective Alternatives?, 4 Global Bus. L. Rev. 31 (2014).
Not Just Collective Bargaining: The Role of Trade Unions in Creating and Maintaining a Democratic Society, 12 Working USA: Journal of Labor and Society 249 (2009).
Social Security for Migrant Workers: The EU, ILO, and Treaty Based Regimes, 9 International Law: Revista Colombiana de Derecho Internacional 45-86 (2007).
Forward: Symposium on the American Worker, 20 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy 513-20 (2006).
El Papel Del Derecho en la ConsecuciÃ³n de la Igualdad: La Experiencia Norteamericana, 21 Revista de Derecho Social 49 (2003).
The Law and Practice of Collective Bargaining in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland, 10 International Review of Comparative Public Policy 137 (1998).
The Changing Face of the American Workplace, 12 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 1 (1998).
The Case for Maintaining and Encouraging the Use of Voluntary Affirmative Action in Public Sector Employment, 11 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 159 (1997).
Survey of Recent Development in Indiana Law: Labor and Employment Law, 25 Indiana Law Review 1311 (1992).
Inherently Discriminatory Conduct Revisited: Do We Know It When We See It?, 8 Hofstra Labor Law Journal 275 (1991).
Negotiation Theory and the Law of Collective Bargaining, 38 University of Kansas Law Review 81 (1989).
Political Abuse of Hiring Halls: Comparative Treatment Under the NLRA and the LMRDA, 9 Industrial Relations Law Journal 339 (1987).
Foreword: Health in the Workplace, 62 Notre Dame Law Review 807 (1987).
Protecting Worker Complaints After Meyers Industries, 31 St. Louis University Law Journal 823 (1987).||Detroit fast-food workers strike for $15-an-hour wage (Quotes: Barbara Fick) Detroit Free Press, Nov. 10, 2015
Will the U.S. raise the minimum wage to $15? (Quotes: Barbara Fick) CBS News, Nov. 10, 2015||Associate Professor of Law||Lu Ann Nate||BFICK|
|Barry||Cushman||3105 Eck Hall of Lawemail@example.com||http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=227655||/assets/242878/fullsize/barry_cushman_cv_2017.pdf|| ||Barry Cushman came to Notre Dame in 2012 following fifteen years on the faculty at the University of Virginia, where he was the James Monroe Distinguished Professor of Law and Professor of History. Cushman’s scholarship examines the relations among constitutional law, political economy, and social reform movements in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His book, Rethinking the New Deal Court: The Structure of a Constitutional Revolution (Oxford University Press), was awarded the American Historical Association's Littleton-Griswold Prize in American Law and Society.
Cushman has taught in a wide variety of subject-matter areas, including Constitutional Law, Property, Trusts & Estates, Estate & Gift Taxation, Estate Planning, American Intellectual & Cultural History, and numerous courses and seminars in American Legal and Constitutional History. In 2003, he was honored with the University of Virginia’s All-University Teaching Award. At Notre Dame Cushman also holds appointments in the Department of History and the Department of Political Science.
Before entering teaching, Cushman practiced as an estate planning and probate attorney with the Los Angeles firm of Riordan & McKinzie. He has held research fellowships at New York University School of Law and in the Politics Department at Princeton University, and has served on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the American Society for Legal History.|| ||/assets/71630/original/cushman.jpg||Advanced Trusts and Estates
American Constitutional History Before the Civil War
American Constitutional History From the Civil War to World War II
American Intellectual and Cultural History to 1865
American Legal History
Colloquium in American Legal History
Estate and Gift Taxation
Trusts and Estates
American Expansion and American Law (seminar)
The Constitution and Reform Movements (seminar)
The Family in 19th-Century America (seminar)
Judicial Biography (seminar)
Law and Political Economy in the Antebellum United States (seminar)
The Lochner Era (seminar)
Modern American Legal History (seminar)
The New Deal and the Transformation of the American Legal Order (seminar)
Slavery and the Law (seminar)||Book:
Rethinking the New Deal Court: The Structure of a Constitutional Revolution (Oxford University Press, 1998).
“The Constitutional Foundations of the New Deal Securities Laws,” in Federalism Reconsidered: New Directions in American Legal History (Patricia Minter, ed., University of Virginia Press, forthcoming).
“Federalism,” in The Cambridge Companion to the United States Constitution ( Karen Orren & John Compton, eds., forthcoming).
“The Clerks to Justices George Sutherland and Pierce Butler,” in Of Courtiers and Kings: Stories of Supreme Court Law Clerks and Their Justices (Todd C. Peppers & Clare Cushman, eds., University of Virginia Press, 2015).
Ambiguities of Free Labor Revisited: The Convict-Labor Question in Progressive-Era New York, in Making Legal History: A Festschrift in Honor of William E. Nelson 116 (Daniel J. Hulsebosch & R. B. Bernstein, eds., NYU Press, 2013).
The Great Depression and the New Deal, 3 The Cambridge History of Law in America 268 (Michael Grossberg & Christopher Tomlins, eds., 2008).
Inside the "Constitutional Revolution" of 1937, 2016 Sup. Ct. Rev. 367 (2017).
The Missing Justice in Coleman v. Miller, 42 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 67 (2017).
Vote Fluidity on the Hughes Court: The Critical Terms, 1934-1936, 2017 U. Ill. L. Rev. 269 (2017).
Inside the Taft Court: Lessons from the Docket Books, 2015 Sup. Ct. Rev. 345 (2016).
Justice Brandeis and Substantive Due Process,19 Green Bag 2d 145 (2016).
The Hughes Court Docket Books: The Late Terms, 1937-1940, 55 Am. J. Leg. Hist. 361 (2015).
The Hughes Court Docket Books: The Early Terms, 1929-1933, 40 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 103 (2015).
The Clerks of the Four Horsemen, Part II, 40 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 55 (2015)
Interpreting Secretary Perkins, 18 Green Bag 2d 13 (2014)
The Clerks of the Four Horsemen, Part I, 39 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 386 (2014).
The Jurisprudence of the Hughes Court: The Recent Literature, 89 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1929 (2014) (Symposium, “The Evolution of Theory: Discerning the Catalysts of Constitutional Change”).
Tax Recognition, 58 St. Louis. U. L.J. 825 (2014) (Teaching Trusts & Estates Issue).
NFIB v. Sebelius and the Transformation of the Taxing Power, 89 Notre Dame L. Rev. 133 (2013) (Constitution Day Lecture).
Carolene Products and Constitutional Structure, 2012 Sup. Ct. Rev. 321 (2013).
Court-Packing and Compromise, 29 Const. Comm. 1 (2013).
The Court-Packing Plan as Symptom, Casualty, and Cause of Gridlock, 88 Notre Dame. L. Rev. 2089 (2013) (Symposium, "The American Congress: Legal Implications of Gridlock").
The Man on the Flying Trapeze, 15 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 183 (2012) (reviewing Jeff Shesol, Supreme Power: Franklin Roosevelt vs. The Supreme Court) (Symposium, "FDR and Obama: Are There Constitutional Law Lessons from the New Deal for the Obama Administration?")
The Hughes-Roberts Visit, 15 The Green Bag 2d 125 (2012)
The Limits of the New Deal Analogy, 15 The Green Bag 2d 139 (2012)
Headline Kidnappings and the Origins of the Lindbergh Law, 55 St. Louis U. L. J. 1293 (2011)
The Securities Laws and the Mechanics of Legal Change, 95 Va. L. Rev. 927 (2009).
The Structure of Classical Public Law (reviewing Duncan Kennedy, The Rise and Fall of Classical Legal Thought), 75 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1917 (2008).
Regime Theory and Unenumerated Rights: A Cautionary Note, 9 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 263 (2006) (Symposium, "The Future of Unenumerated Rights").
Some Varieties and Vicissitudes of Lochnerism, 85 B. U. L. Rev. 881 (2005) (Symposium, Lochner Centennial Conference).
Clerking for Scrooge (reviewing David J. Garrow & Dennis Hutchinson, eds., The Forgotten Memoir of John Knox: A Year in the Life of a Supreme Court Clerk in FDR’s Washington) 70 U. Chi. L. Rev. 721 (2003).
Continuity and Change in Commerce Clause Jurisprudence, 55 Ark. L. Rev. 1009 (2003) (Symposium, "The Commerce Clause: Past, Present, and Future").
Small Differences?,55 Ark. L. Rev. 1097 (2003) (Symposium, "The Commerce Clause: Past, Present, and Future").
Mr. Dooley and Mr. Gallup: Public Opinion and Constitutional Change in the 1930s, 50 Buff. L. Rev. 7 (2002) (Mitchell Lecture).
Lochner, Liquor and Longshoremen: A Puzzle in Progressive Era Federalism, 32 J. Mar. L. & Com. 1 (2001).
Formalism and Realism in Commerce Clause Jurisprudence, 67 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1089 (2000).
Lost Fidelities, 41 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 95 (1999) (Institute of Bill of Rights Law Symposium, "Fidelity, Economic Liberty, and 1937").
The Hughes Court and Constitutional Consultation, 23-1 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 79 (1998) (Supreme Court Historical Society Lecture).
The Secret Lives of the Four Horsemen, 83 Va. L. Rev. 559 (1997).
Rethinking the New Deal Court, 80 Va. L. Rev. 201 (1994).
Doctrinal Synergies and Liberal Dilemmas: The Case of the Yellow-Dog Contract, 1992 Sup. Ct. Rev. 235 (1993).
A Stream of Legal Consciousness: The Current of Commerce Doctrine from Swift to Jones & Laughlin, 61 Fordham. L. Rev. 105-60 (1992).
Intestate Succession in a Polygamous Society, 23 Conn. L. Rev. 281-332 (1991)
Essays and Short Reviews:
Book Review, Karen M. Tani, States of Dependency: Welfare, Rights, and American Governance, 1935-1972, 35 Law & Hist. Rev. 271 (2017).
"The New Deal Constitutional Revolution," in 3 American Governance 330 (Stephen Schechter, ed., Macmillan, 2016).
Book Review, Amity Shlaes, The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression, 71 Historian 383 (2009).
"The Supreme Court Encounters the New Deal," 5 Insights on Law & Society 7 (Fall 2004).
"The Supreme Court," in 2 Encyclopedia of the Great Depression 951 (Robert S. McElvaine, ed., Macmillan, 2004).
"The Supreme Court 'Packing' Controversy," in 2 Encyclopedia of the Great Depression 957 (Robert S. McElvine, ed., Macmillan, 2004).
"Homer Cummings," in 1 Encyclopedia of the Great Depression 221 (Robert S. McElvine, ed., Macmillan, 2004).
"The New Deal's Constitutional Significance," in 4 Encyclopedia of the American Constitution 1797 (2d. ed.) (Leonard W. Levy, Kenneth Karst, and Adam Winkler, eds., Macmillan, 2000).
"Edward Terry Sanford," in American National Biography (John A. Garraty, ed., Oxford University Press, 1999).
"The Commerce Clause: The New Deal," in The Constitution and Its Amendments (Roger K. Newman, ed., Macmillan, 1999).
"John Hessin Clarke," in The Supreme Court Justices: A Biographical Dictionary (Melvin I. Urofsky, ed., Garland, 1994).
"Mahlon Pitney," in The Supreme Court Justices: A Biographical Dictionary (Melvin I. Urofsky, ed., Garland, 1994).
"Edward Terry Sanford," in The Supreme Court Justices: A Biographical Dictionary (Melvin I. Urofsky, ed., Garland, 1994).
Book Review, William Ross, A Muted Fury: Populists, Progressives, and Labor Unions Confront the Courts, 1890-1937, Constitution Magazine (Spring 1994).
Book Review, Herbert Hovenkamp, Enterprise and American Law, 1836-1937, 52 J. Econ. Hist. 968 (1992).||John P. Murphy Foundation Professor of LawConcurrent Professor of Political ScienceConcurrent Professor of History||LuAnn Nate||BCUSHMAN|
|Barry||Irwin||1100 Eck Hall of Lawfirstname.lastname@example.org|
- Copyright Law
- Entertainment Law
- False Advertising
- Intellectual Property Law
- Patent Law
- Trade Secret
- Unfair Competition
|Barry Irwin joined the Notre Dame Law School faculty in 2012 as an adjunct professor teaching Patent Litigation and Advanced Copyright/Entertainment Law. Irwin has practiced in the area of intellectual property litigation for 23 years. He is the founder of Irwin IP, a boutique intellectual property litigation firm. Before forming Irwin IP, for almost 20 years, Irwin was a partner in the intellectual property department of Kirkland & Ellis. Each year, for over a decade, he has been named a Leading Lawyer, and a Super Lawyer. Irwin also received Martindale Hubbell’s highest ratings (AV and AV+) in his first years of eligibility, and each year thereafter. Recently, he received the rare distinction of being named a fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America (LCA), an invitation-only honorary trial lawyer society dedicated to promoting superior advocacy, professionalism and ethical standards among trial lawyers.
Irwin’s trade secret practice received high praise from the 2008 edition of The Legal 500 U.S., who noted that “in Chicago, Barry Irwin comes in for praise as ‘superb.’” He has been the first-chair trial attorney in numerous high-stakes patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, and unfair competition litigations for major corporations, including Covidien, International Game Technology, Kapsch, Massarelli Law Ornaments, Motorola, Shuffle Master and Smiths. Irwin also frequently counsels clients on reexamination proceedings, and on strengthening intellectual property portfolios to protect key products by, for example, broadening existing intellectual property portfolios and securing rights to third-party intellectual property. Irwin represents numerous bands and musicians, addressing music law related issues, including drafting partnership agreements, preparing copyright filings, negotiating recording contracts, litigating termination of recording contracts, and winding up band assets upon dissolution. Irwin is the vice president and member of the Board of Lawyer's for Creative Arts. He is active in pro bono matters involving a broad range of issues and hundreds of attorney hours annually, including matters involving: the confinement conditions at the Chicago juvenile detention facility; employment discrimination; and a trial of an aggravated assault charge (resulting in acquittal). He has also supervised numerous associates serving as guardian ad litem. Some of his pro bono efforts were featured in articles: Pro Bono Group Lends Helping Hand to Creative Arts (Chicago Daily Law Bulleting 2010) and For Art's Sake (The Deal Magazine 2010). Irwin lectures routinely on cutting-edge intellectual property issues. For 15 years, he was an instructor judge for Kirkland's Trial Advocacy program where, three times each year, Kirkland engages its associates in a mock trial program. Irwin graduated from Notre Dame Law School, magna cum laude, and received his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.|| ||/assets/75514/original/barry.jpg||Patent Litigation
Advanced Copyright/Entertainment Law||LCA 2014 Bootcamp, Music Law 101 (2014)
St. Joseph College, Will Copyright Survive in the Digital Age (2014)
DuPage Community College, Copyright Law for Photographers (2014)
IPLAC, Paper and Speaker, Copyrighting Trademarks: Misuse or Fair Use: Omega S.A. v. Costco Wholesale Corporation, CV 04-5443 ("Omega")(2012).
University of Notre Dame, 1st Annual Emerging Issues in IP Symposium, Presenter, Post Grant Reviews After the AIA (Ex Parte Reviews, Inter Partes Reviews, Post grant Reviews, Supplemental Examination and Derivation Proceedings (2012).
IPO, Paper, Impact of the Misjoinder Provision of the America Invents Act (2011).
Houston Intellectual Property Law Institute, Speaker, Top Ten Developments in IP Licensing (2011).
Linn Inn, Speaker, Civility and the Practice of Law (2011); Presenter, Designing Around Patents (2011); Vice Chair/Presenter, Ethical Issues Arising from Client Pitches (2010).
American Bar Association, National Appellate Advocacy Competition, Judge (2011-present).
Kirkland & Ellis, Kirkland Institute of Trial Advocacy, Instructor Judge (1999-2011, three times/year).
Kirkland & Ellis Technology Seminar, Speaker, Patent Reviews at the USPTO After the AIA (2012), Northern District of Illinois -- The Newest Local Patent Rules (2010), Protecting Yourself from Willfulness (2008), Copyright v. Technology? (2002), Digital Millennium Copyright Act (2000), Recent Developments in IP Law (1999).
Illinois Math and Science Academy, Speaker, Protecting Your Ideas (2009).
Nevada Bar Association, Speaker, Green Claims in Advertising> (2008).
Kirkland & Ellis Advertising and Trademark Seminar, Speaker, New Developments and Recent Trends (2008).
Kirkland & Ellis Annual Retreat, Speaker, Alternative Dispute Resolution: Mediation, Arbitration and Summary Jury Trials (2008).
Practicing Law Institute, Speaker, Key Issues in Patent Infringement Litigation (2008).
Practicing Law Institute, Chair and Speaker, Understanding Basic Copyright Law (1999-2004).
John Marshall Law School, Speaker, Contemporary Problems in Computer Law (passim).
DePaul Law School, Speaker, Implications of Festo (2001).
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|Bishop Thomas ||Paprocki||John || ||Bishop Thomas John Paprocki was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Chicago in 1978. After ordination, he studied law at DePaul University College of Law and was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1981. Working as a parish priest at St. Michael Church in South Chicago, a neighborhood with high unemployment due to shutdowns of the local steel mills, then-Father Paprocki co-founded the South Chicago Legal Clinic to help answer the need for legal services for the poor. In 2014 Bishop Paprocki was named President Emeritus and Of Counsel of the organization, now called the Chicago Legal Clinic.
In November, 1985, Cardinal Joseph Bernardin appointed Fr. Paprocki Vice-Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Chicago and in 1987 sent him to do post-graduate studies in canon law at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He completed his doctoral degree in 1991. Father Paprocki then returned to his previous position in Chicago as Vice-Chancellor and was appointed Chancellor in March, 1992, serving in that capacity under Cardinal Bernardin and then under Cardinal Francis George, following Cardinal Bernardin’s death in 1996.
Concluding his service as Chancellor after two terms in office in June, 2000, Father Paprocki studied Polish language and culture at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland. In January 2001, he was appointed Pastor of St. Constance Parish, serving primarily a large immigrant community from Poland on the northwest side of Chicago. Pope John Paul II appointed him to serve as Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago on January 24, 2003. Cardinal George named him Liaison for Health and Hospital Affairs in the Archdiocese of Chicago. Bishop Paprocki serves as Vice-President of the Illinois Catholic Health Association. He is a member of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Canonical Affairs and Church Governance. In addition to English, he speaks Polish, Spanish and Italian, and he reads Latin. On June 22, 2010, Bishop Paprocki was installed the ninth Bishop of the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois. In May 2013 he received his Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree from the University of Notre Dame. He has taught as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Loyola University Chicago School of Law since 1999. He also joined the Adjunct Faculty of Notre Dame Law School in 2016.|| |
| Bob ||Byman ||email@example.com|| ||Robert L. Byman is a litigator and former president of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He represents clients in complex commercial cases on diverse issues ranging from patents and intellectual property, securities and commodities, civil rights, and contractual disputes concerning such fields as construction, insurance, financing, franchising, and corporate acquisitions. He was lead trial counsel in the largest jury verdict ever in the state of Connecticut; he served as lead counsel to the firm's chairman, Anton R. Valukas, in his capacity as examiner in the Lehman Bankruptcy. Byman also has extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution as an advocate, arbitrator, and mediator.|| ||/assets/233681/fullsize/bob_byman.jpg||Adjunct Professor|