|Barbara||Brook||1100 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.6627||574.631.4197||Barbara.Z.Brook.firstname.lastname@example.org|| || ||LAW75709, Trial Advocacy Comprehensive||Adjunct Faculty||<a href="mailto:email@example.com">Rebecca Ward</a>|
|Barbara||Fick||J.||1116 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.5864||574.631.4197||Barbara.J.Fick.firstname.lastname@example.org||http://www.nd.edu/~ndlaw/faculty/cv/fick_cv.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, Professor 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).
Professor 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).
Since 1991, Professor 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. At the University she is a faculty fellow at both the Institute for International Peace Studies (since 1987) and the Higgins Labor Research Center (since 1994), and is a member of the Advisory Council for the Center for Civil and Human Rights.|| ||/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||<b>Books</b>
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).
<i>Law in the Workplace</i>, in The American Bar Association Family Legal Guide 405-467 (Random House Reference, 3d ed. 2004).
<i>Federalism and Labour Law: The American Experience</i>, in Federalism and Labour Law: Comparative Perspectives (Othmar Vanachter & Martin Vranken eds., Intersentia 2004).
<i>Federal Labor and Employment Law </i>(Chapter 5) in Specialized Legal Research (P. Hazelton, ed., Aspen Law & Business, 2001).
<i>Hiring Employees</i> (Chapter 14); <i>Laws Affecting Employees </i>(Chapter 15); <i>Terminating Employees</i> (Chapter 16); <i>Maintaining a Safe Workplace</i> (Chapter 17) in The American Bar Association Legal Guide for Small Business (Three Rivers Press 2000).
<i>Employment Discrimination: U.S.A.</i>, in XV World Congress of Labour Law and Social Security, Volume I, Discrimination in Employment 407 (R. Blanpain ed., Peeters 1998).
<i>Law and the Workplace</i>, 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:
<i>Not Just Collective Bargaining: The Role of Trade Unions in Creating and Maintaining a Democratic Society</i>, 12 Working USA: Journal of Labor and Society 249 (2009).
<i>Social Security for Migrant Workers: The EU, ILO, and Treaty Based Regimes</i>, 9 International Law: Revista Colombiana de Derecho Internacional 45-86 (2007).
<i>Forward: Symposium on the American Worker</i>, 20 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy 513-20 (2006).
<i>El Papel Del Derecho en la ConsecuciÃ³n de la Igualdad: La Experiencia Norteamericana</i>, 21 Revista de Derecho Social 49 (2003).
<i>The Law and Practice of Collective Bargaining in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland</i>, 10 International Review of Comparative Public Policy 137 (1998).
<i>The Changing Face of the American Workplace</i>, 12 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 1 (1998).
<i>The Case for Maintaining and Encouraging the Use of Voluntary Affirmative Action in Public Sector Employment</i>, 11 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 159 (1997).
<i>Survey of Recent Development in Indiana Law: Labor and Employment Law</i>, 25 Indiana Law Review 1311 (1992).
<i>Inherently Discriminatory Conduct Revisited: Do We Know It When We See It?</i>, 8 Hofstra Labor Law Journal 275 (1991).
<i>Negotiation Theory and the Law of Collective Bargaining</i>, 38 University of Kansas Law Review 81 (1989).
<i>Political Abuse of Hiring Halls: Comparative Treatment Under the NLRA and the LMRDA</i>, 9 Industrial Relations Law Journal 339 (1987).
<i>Foreword: Health in the Workplace</i>, 62 Notre Dame Law Review 807 (1987).
<i>Protecting Worker Complaints After Meyers Industries</i>, 31 St. Louis University Law Journal 823 (1987).||<a hef="https://law.nd.edu/features/featured-faculty/featured-faculty-barbara-j-fick">Feature Faculty on NDLS Home Page: Barbara J. Fick</a> – September 8, 2008||Associate Professor of Law||<a href="mailto:email@example.com">Debbie Sumption</a>|
|Barry||Cushman||3105 Eck Hall of Lawfirstname.lastname@example.org||http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=227655||http://www.nd.edu/~ndlaw/faculty/cv/cushman_cv.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)
<a href="https://law.nd.edu/student-life/for-current-students/course-web-sites/the-lochner-era-seminar---law73309---cushman/">The Lochner Era (seminar)</a>
Modern American Legal History (seminar)
The New Deal and the Transformation of the American Legal Order (seminar)
Slavery and the Law (seminar)
Rethinking the New Deal Court: The Structure of a Constitutional Revolution (Oxford University Press, 1998).
<b>Articles and Book Chapters:</b>
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=2030439"><i>Carolene Products and Constitutional Structure,</i></a> 2012 Sup. Ct. Rev. __ (forthcoming, 2013)
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=1807114"><i>Ambiguities of Free Labor Revisited: The Convict-Labor Question in Progressive-Era New York,</i></a> for Making Legal History: A Festschrift in Honor of William E. Nelson (forthcoming, NYU Press, 2013)
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=2244960"><i>The Health Care Decision and the Lost Generation of Child Labor Reform,</i></a> 89 Notre Dame L. Rev. __ (forthcoming, 2013) (Constitution Day Lecture)
<i>Court-Packing and Compromise</i>, 29 Const. Comm. __ (forthcoming, 2013)
<i>The Court-Packing Plan as Symptom, Casualty, and Cause of Gridlock</i>, 88 Notre Dame. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming, 2013) (Symposium, "The American Congress: Legal Implications of Gridlock")
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=1993257"><i>The Man on the Flying Trapeze,</i></a> 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?")
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=2004427"><i>The Hughes-Roberts Visit,</i></a> 15 The Green Bag 2d 125 (2012)
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=2000094"><i>The Limits of the New Deal Analogy,</i></a> 15 The Green Bag 2d 139 (2012)
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=1928910"><i>Headline Kidnappings and the Origins of the Lindbergh Law,</i></a> 55 St. Louis U. L. J. 1293 (2011)
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=1447433"><i>The Securities Laws and the Mechanics of Legal Change,</i></a> 95 Va. L. Rev. 927 (2009).
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=754231"><i>The Great Depression and the New Deal,</i></a> in Michael Grossberg & Christopher Tomlins, eds., Cambridge History of Law in America 268 (Cambridge University Press, 2008).
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=1487599"><i>The Structure of Classical Public Law</i></a> (reviewing Duncan Kennedy, The Rise and Fall of Classical Legal Thought), 75 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1917 (2008).
<a href="http://0-heinonline.org.innopac.law.nd.edu/HOL/Page?collection=journals&handle=hein.journals/upjcl9&id=131"><i>Regime Theory and Unenumerated Rights: A Cautionary Note,</i></a> 9 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 263 (2006) (Symposium, "The Future of Unenumerated Rights").
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=754190"><i>Some Varieties and Vicissitudes of Lochnerism,</i></a> 85 B. U. L. Rev. 881 (2005) (Symposium, Lochner Centennial Conference).
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=1553778"><i>Clerking for Scrooge</i></a> (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).
<a href="http://0-heinonline.org.innopac.law.nd.edu/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/arklr55&id=1&size=2&collection=journals&index=journals/arklr"><i>Continuity and Change in Commerce Clause Jurisprudence,</i></a> 55 Ark. L. Rev. 1009 (2003) (Symposium, "The Commerce Clause: Past, Present, and Future").
<a href="http://0-heinonline.org.innopac.law.nd.edu/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/arklr55&id=1&size=2&collection=journals&index=journals/arklr"><i>Small Differences?,</i></a>55 Ark. L. Rev. 1097 (2003) (Symposium, "The Commerce Clause: Past, Present, and Future").
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=1986232"><i>Mr. Dooley and Mr. Gallup: Public Opinion and Constitutional Change in the 1930s,</i></a> 50 Buff. L. Rev. 7 (2002) (Mitchell Lecture).
<i>Lochner, Liquor and Longshoremen: A Puzzle in Progressive Era Federalism,</i> 32 J. Mar. L. & Com. 1 (2001).
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=224842"><i>Formalism and Realism in Commerce Clause Jurisprudence,</i></a> 67 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1089 (2000).
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=1536095"><i>Lost Fidelities,</i></a> 41 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 95 (1999) (Institute of Bill of Rights Law Symposium, "Fidelity, Economic Liberty, and 1937").
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=1460685"><i>The Hughes Court and Constitutional Consultation,</i></a> 1998 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 79 (1998) (Supreme Court Historical Society Lecture).
<a href="http://ssrn.com/abstract=1946929"><i>The Secret Lives of the Four Horsemen,</i></a> 83 Va. L. Rev. 559 (1997).
<a href="http://0-heinonline.org.innopac.law.nd.edu/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/valr80&id=1&size=2&collection=journals&index=journals/valr"><i>Rethinking the New Deal Court,</i></a> 80 Va. L. Rev. 201 (1994).
<a href="http://0-heinonline.org.innopac.law.nd.edu/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/suprev1992&id=1&size=2&collection=journals&index=journals/suprev"><i>Doctrinal Synergies and Liberal Dilemmas: The Case of the Yellow-Dog Contract,</i></a> 1992 Sup. Ct. Rev. 235 (1992).
<a href="http://0-heinonline.org.innopac.law.nd.edu/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/flr61&id=1&size=2&collection=journals&index=journals/flr"><i>A Stream of Legal Consciousness: The Current of Commerce Doctrine from Swift to Jones & Laughlin,</i></a> 61 Fordham. L. Rev. 105 (1992).
<a href="http://0-heinonline.org.innopac.law.nd.edu/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/conlr23&id=1&size=2&collection=journals&index=journals/conlr"><i>Intestate Succession in a Polygamous Society,</i></a> 23 Conn. L. Rev. 281 (1991).
<b>Essays and Short Reviews:</b>
Book Review of Shlaes, The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression, 71 The Historian 383 (2009).
<i>The Supreme Court Encounters the New Deal,</i> 5 Insights on L. & Soc'y., Fall 2004 at 7.
<i>The Supreme Court,</i> in McElvaine, et al., eds., Encyclopedia of the Great Depression (Macmillan, 2004).
<i>The Supreme Court ‘Packing’ Controversy,</i> in McElvaine, et al., eds., Encyclopedia of the Great Depression (Macmillan, 2004).
<i>Homer Cummings,</i> in McElvaine, et al., eds., Encyclopedia of the Great Depression (Macmillan, 2004).
<i>The New Deal's Constitutional Significance,</i> in Levy, Karst & Winkler, eds., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 2d ed. 2000).
<i>Edward Terry Sanford,</i> in American National Biography (Oxford University Press, 1999).
<i>The Commerce Clause: The New Deal,</i> in The Constitution and Its Amendments (Macmillan, 1999).
<i>John Hessin Clarke,</i> in Urofsky, ed., The Supreme Court Justices: A Biographical Dictionary (Garland, 1994).
<i>Mahlon Pitney,</i> in Urofsky, ed., The Supreme Court Justices: A Biographical Dictionary (Garland, 1994).
<i>Edward Terry Sanford,</i> in Urofsky, ed., The Supreme Court Justices: A Biographical Dictionary (Garland, 1994).
Book Review of Ross, A Muted Fury: Populists, Progressives, and Labor Unions Confront the Courts, 1890-1937, Constitution Magazine (Spring 1994).
Book Review of Hovenkamp, Enterprise and American Law, 1836-1937, 52 J. Econ. Hist. 968 (1992).
||&nbps;||John P. Murphy Foundation Professor of Law<br/>Concurrent Professor of Political Science<br/>Concurrent Professor of History||<a href="mailto:Lucille.Nate.email@example.com">LuAnn Nate</a>|
|Barry||Irwin||1100 Eck Hall of Lawfirstname.lastname@example.org|
- Copyright Law
- Intellectual Property Law
|Professor Irwin joined the Notre Dame Law School faculty in the Fall 0f 2012 as an adjunct professor teaching Patent Litigation. Prof. Irwin has practiced in the area of intellectual property litigation for over twenty years. Currently, he is a partner in the intellectual property department of Kirkland & Ellis, LLP. Prof. Irwin 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.
Professor 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.
Professor 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.
Professor Irwin is a 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 <i>ad litem</i>. Some of his pro bono efforts were featured in articles: <i>Pro Bono Group Lends Helping Hand to Creative Arts</i> (Chicago Daily Law Bulleting 2010) and <i>For Art's Sake</i> (The Deal Magazine 2010).
Professor Irwin lectures routinely on cutting-edge intellectual property issues. For each of the last 10 years, he has also been an instructor judge for Kirkland's Trial Advocacy program where, three times each year, Kirkland engages its associates in a mock trial program.
Professor Irwin graduated from Notre Dame Law School, <i>magna cum laude</i>, and received his BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.
|| ||/assets/75514/original/barry.jpg||Patent Litigation: Cases and Controversies||IPLAC, Paper and Speaker, Copyrighting Trademarks: Misuse or Fair Use: <i>Omega S.A. v. Costco Wholesale Corporation</i>, CV 04-5443 ("Omega")(2012).
University of Notre Dame, 1st Annual Emerging Issues in IP Symposium, Presenter, <i>Post Grant Reviews After the AIA (Ex Parte Reviews, Inter Partes Reviews, Post grant Reviews, Supplemental Examination and Derivation Proceedings</i> (2012).
IPO, Paper, Impact of the Misjoinder Provision of the America Invents Act (2011).
Houston Intellectual Property Law Institute, Speaker, <i>Top Ten Developments in IP Licensing</i> (2011).
Linn Inn, Speaker, <i>Civility and the Practice of Law</i> (2011); Presenter, <i>Designing Around Patents</i> (2011); Vice Chair/Presenter, <i>Ethical Issues Arising from Client Pitches</i> (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, <i>Patent Reviews at the USPTO After the AIA</i> (2012), Northern District of Illinois -- The Newest Local Patent Rules (2010), Protecting Yourself from Willfulness (2008), <i>Copyright v. Technology?</i> (2002), <i>Digital Millennium Copyright Act</i> (2000), <i>Recent Developments in IP Law</i> (1999).
Illinois Math and Science Academy, Speaker, <i>Protecting Your Ideas</i> (2009).
Nevada Bar Association, Speaker, <i>Green Claims in Advertising</> (2008).
Kirkland & Ellis Advertising and Trademark Seminar, Speaker, <i>New Developments and Recent Trends</i> (2008).
Kirkland & Ellis Annual Retreat, Speaker, Alternative Dispute Resolution: <i>Mediation, Arbitration and Summary Jury Trials</i> (2008).
Practicing Law Institute, Speaker, <i>Key Issues in Patent Infringement Litigation</i> (2008).
Practicing Law Institute, Chair and Speaker, <i>Understanding Basic Copyright Law</i> (1999-2004).
John Marshall Law School, Speaker, <i>Contemporary Problems in Computer Law</i> (passim).
DePaul Law School, Speaker, <i>Implications of Festo</i> (2001).
||Adjunct Associate Professor of Law||<a href="mailto:email@example.com">Rebecca Ward</a>|
|Beth||Given||2361 Biolchini Hall||574.631.5124||Lindsay.B.Given.firstname.lastname@example.org|| || |
- Library Technical Services
|Collection Maintenance Assistant|
|Beth||Klein||2301 Biolchini Hall||574.631.9132||Beth.G.Klein.email@example.com|| || ||/assets/72147/original/beth_klein.jpg||Research Services Assistant|
|Bruce||Huber||2143 Eck Hall of Lawfirstname.lastname@example.org||http://ssrn.com/author=558750||http://www.nd.edu/~ndlaw/faculty/cv/huber_cv.pdf|
- Energy Law
- Environmental Law
- Natural Resources Law
- Property Law
|Bruce Huber teaches and conducts research in the areas of environmental law, natural resources law, property, and energy law. He joined the Notre Dame law faculty in 2011. His current work explores how governmental actors compensate industries and individuals for adverse impacts resulting from regulatory or legal change.
After earning his undergraduate degree at Stanford University, Professor Huber received his J.D. and a Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley, where he earned several teaching awards. Before arriving at Notre Dame, he taught for several years in the Department of Government at Dartmouth College. He has also practiced law in Washington State and worked as a college minister for a large Presbyterian church.|| ||/assets/84697/original/bruce_huber.jpg||Law 60909, Property
Law 70329, Energy Law
Natural Resources Law||<b>Selected Publications</b>
<i>How Did RGGI Do It?</i>, 39 Ecology Law Quarterly 59 (2013)
<i>Transition Policy in Environmental Law</i>, 35 Harvard Environmental Law Review 91 (2011)
<i>Swift & Co. v. United States</i>, entry in The Encyclopedia of the United States Constitution (David Schultz
ed., 2009)||Associate Professor of Law||<a href="mailto:email@example.com">Gloria Krull</a>|
|Carmela||Kinslow||2313 Biolchini Hall||574.631.5990||574.631.6371||Carmela.R.Kinslow.firstname.lastname@example.org|| ||Carmela Kinslow joined the Kresge Law Library faculty in 1990 as head of access services, and in 2000 was promoted to associate librarian. She earned her B.S., M.L.S. and M.S.A. degrees from Indiana University (Bloomington) and Notre Dame in 1987, 1989 and 1991, respectively. Her areas of interest include resource sharing, dissemination and storage of electronic information, and administrative and management issues such as cross-training, staff development and supervising student assistants. She has served on the Affirmative Action and Judicial Review Committees for the University, the Diversity Committee and the Mentor Committee, and the Awards Committee for the American Association of Law Libraries. She has also served as Chair of the annual meeting of the Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries and was a member of the Scholarship Committee of ORALL. She has been a member of the American Association of Law Libraries and ORALL since 1985.|| ||/assets/71765/original/kinslow.jpg||<b> Articles</b>
<a href=http://www.nd.edu/~lawlib/news/kinslow-Kathy%20Farmann%20an%20inspiring%20woman%20remembered.pdf><i>Kathy Farmann: An Inspiring Woman Remembered, </i></a>Notre Dame Lawyer, Spring 2002.
<a href=http://www.nd.edu/~lawlib/news/kinslow-Bridging%20the%20gap.pdf><i>Bridging the Gap: Electronic Document Delivery and Networked Information Source,</i></a> Notre Dame Lawyer, Spring 1998.||Associate Librarian and Head of Access Services|
|Cathy||Roemer||1104 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.6241||574.631.3980||M.Catherine.Roemer.email@example.com|| || ||Assistant Dean for Law School Administration M. Catherine Roemer joined the Law School in 2001 as Director of Law School Administration. She became Assistant Dean in 2004.
Her responsibilities include the creation and supervision of the operating budget of the Law School, supervision and maintenance of the facilities of the Law School, and oversight of the employment policies of the University as they relate to Law School personnel.
Prior to joining the Law School, Dean Roemer was City Controller and Director of Administration and Finance for the City of South Bend, Indiana, from 1997 until 2001. In this capacity, she planned, directed, managed, and oversaw the administrative activities within the city. She was responsible for the creation and supervision of the $154 million annual budget which funded all services and business activities of the City.
From 1992 until 1996, Dean Roemer was the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the O’Brien Corporation, a national paint manufacturer/retailer. She was the Vice President and Controller of Norwest Bank Indiana in South Bend from 1983 until 1992 and a staff accountant for KPMG Peat Marwick Main & Company in Chicago, Illinois from 1980 until 1982.
Dean Roemer earned a B.A. in accounting from the Indiana University School of Business and is a C.P.A. in the State of Indiana.||/assets/73746/original/roemer.jpg||Assistant Dean for Law School Administration|
|Charles||Rice||1118 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.5922, 574.633.4415||574.633.4415||Charles.E.Rice.firstname.lastname@example.org|
- Constitutional Law
- Natural Law Theory
|Charles E. Rice is Professor Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame law School. His areas of specialization are constitutional law and jurisprudence. He currently teaches “Law and Morality” at Notre Dame.
Professor Rice was born in 1931, received the B.A. degree from the College of the Holy Cross, the J.D., from Boston College Law School and the LL.M. and J.S.D. from New York University. He served in the United States Marine Corps and is a Lt. Col. in the Marine Corps Reserve (Ret.). He practiced law in New York City and taught at New York University Law School and Fordham Law School before joining, in 1969, the faculty of law at Notre Dame. He served for eight years as State Vice-Chairman of the New York State Conservative Party.
From 1981 to 1993, Professor Rice was a member of the Education Appeal Board of the U.S. Department of Education. He has served as a consultant to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and to various Congressional committees on constitutional issues and is an editor of the American Journal of Jurisprudence.
HIs continuing 13-part series, The Good Code: The Natural Law is available from the Eternal Word Television Network. Among his books are Freedom of Association; The Supreme Court and Public Prayer, The Vanishing Right to Live; Authority and Rebellion; Beyond Abortion: The Theory and Practice of the Secular State; No Exception: A Pro-Life Imperative; 50 Questions on the Natural Law; and The Winning Side: Questions on Living the Culture of Life. His latest books are Where Did I Come From? Where Am I Going? How Do I Get There?, (2nd ed.) co-authored with Dr. Theresa Farnan, and What Happened to Notre Dame?, both published by St. Augustine’s Press in 2009.
He is a faculty advisor and assistant coach of the Notre Dame Boxing Club. He and his wife, Mary, have ten children and they reside in Mishawaka, Indiana.|| ||/assets/71763/original/rice.jpg||LAW70843, Morality and the Law||<b>Books</b>
What Happened to Notre Dame? (St. Augustine's Press 2009).
Where Did I Come From? Where Am I Going? How Do I Get There? (St. Augustine's Press 2006), co-authored with Theresa Farnan (2nd ed., 2009).
The Winning Side: Questions on Living the Culture of Life (St. Brendan's Institute 1999), 2nd ed., (St. Augustine's Press 2009).
Fifty Questions on the Natural Law: What it Is and Why We Need It (Ignatius Press 1993).
No Exception, A Pro-Life Imperative (1990).
Beyond Abortion: The Theory and Practice of the Secular State (Franciscan Herald Press 1979).
Authority and Rebellion: The Case for Orthodoxy in the Catholic Church (Doubleday, 1971).
The Vanishing Right to Live: An Appeal for a Renewed Reverence for Life (Doubleday, 1969).
The Supreme Court and Public Prayer: (Fordham University Press 1964).
Freedom of Association (New York University Press 1962).
Professor Rice has written numerous articles on a variety of subjects, including:
<i>Rights and the Need for Objective Moral Limits,</i> 3 Ave Maria L. Rev. 259 (2005).
<i>Contraception as a Mask of Personhood,</i> Univ. of St. Thomas L.J. 713 (2003).
<i>Abortion, Euthanasia and the Need to Build a New "Culture of Life,"</i> 12 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 497 (1998).
<i>Edward J. Murphy: A Professor For All Seasons,</i>with David T. Link, P.V. Neimeyer, C. Roth, R.E. Spiedel and T.D. Yannucci, 71 Notre Dame Law Review 557 (1996).
<i>In Memoriam: The Honorable J. Daniel Mahoney,</i> 72 Notre Dame Law Review 1219 (1996).
<i>The Legality and Morality of Using Deadly Force to Protect Unborn Children from Abortionists,</i> 5 Regent University Law Review 83 (1995).
<i>Some Reasons for a Restoration of Natural Law Jurisprudence,</i> 24 Wake Forest Law Review 539 (1989).
<i>Issues Raised by the Abortion Rescue Movement,</i> 23 Suffolk University Law Review 15 (1989).
<i>Withdrawing Jurisdiction from Federal Courts,</i> 7 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 13 (1984).
<i>Congress and the Supreme Court Jurisdiction,</i> 27 Villanova Law Review 959 (1982).
<i>Conscientious Objection to Public Education: The Grievance and the Remedies,</i> 1978 Brigham Young University Law Review 847.
Professor Rice has authored numerous briefs in the United States Supreme Court and other courts on constitutional issues.
*Professor Edward J. Murphy,* Notre Dame Lawyer 9 (1994-95). ||Professor Emeritus of Law||<a href="mailto:email@example.com">Rebecca Ward</a>|