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					                                                 David Schultz
                                              Attorney, Professor


1120 St. Clair Avenue                                                                  Graduate School of Management
St. Paul, Minnesota 55105                                                                          Hamline University
651.292.1096 (home)                                                                        570 Asbury Street Suite 305
                                                                                            St. Paul, Minnesota 55104
                                                                                                         651.523.2858
                                                                                                   651.523.3098 (fax)
                                                                                               dschultz@hamline.edu
                                                                               http://www.davidschultz.efoliomn2.com/

Education

         Ph.D. University of Minnesota, political science
         LLM      University of London
                           European Union Law, Criminal Justice (With Merit)
         J.D.     University of Minnesota Law School (With Honors)
                           Associate Articles Editor, Minnesota Law Review
                 Dean’s List
         M.A.    State University of New York at Binghamton, philosophy
         M.A. Rutgers University, political science
         M. Astronomy      James Cook University
         B.A.    State University of New York at Binghamton, political science and philosophy
                           (All-College Honors, High Honors in political science)
                           Cornell University, non-matriculated graduate courses

Doctoral Dissertation
         Private Property and Public Use in American Constitutional Law



Bar Admissions
          State of Minnesota
          District Court of Minnesota
          United States Supreme Court

Teaching Experience
          Over 17 years of college level teaching in law, graduate, and undergraduate students.

Courses Taught

Policy            Political Analysis and Methodology; Research Methods; Public Policy; Corporate Power and
                  American Politics; Welfare Reform.

American          Introduction to American Politics; American Bureaucracy; State and Local Politics; Urban Politics;
                  Political Participation; Senior Seminar - Supervised senior theses; Race, Class, and Gender in
                  American Politics; State and Lo cal Politics; The Politics and Government of Minnesota and
                  Wisconsin.

Philosophy        History of Political Thought; Professional Ethics; Transformation of 20th Century M arxism; Art,
                  Politics, and Social Criticism; American Political Thought (cross listed with the Minorities’ Studies
                  program); Philosophy of Law; Modern Political Thought (cross listed with Women’s Studies)
Law               Election Law; Criminal Justice; Constitutional Law; Civil Rights and Liberties (cross listed with the
                 Women’s Studies and Minorities’ Studies programs); Judicial Process: including women and the
                 law and feminist legal theory (cross listed with the Women’s Studies program); Jurisprudence;
                 Law and Social Change; Law and Justice; State Constitutional Law; Criminal procedure.

Law School       Judicial Regulation of th e Political Process; Election Law; State Constitutional Law; State and
                 Local Government Law; Professional Responsibility.

Graduate         Chaired dissertation and Masters thesis committees; Professional Ethics; Business Ethics; Housing
                 and Eco n o mic Policy; Alternative Service Delivery; Research Methods; Foundations of Public
                 Administration; Advanced Research Methods; Non-Profit Law; Policy Analysis.



Teaching Experience
Fulbright Senior Specialist, Visiting Professor, American University Armenia, Department of Law (Spring, 2007)

Full Professor, Hamline University, Graduate School of Management (2004 - present)
         Teaching responsibilities include:
                           Doctorate in Public Administration;
                  Masters of Arts in Management;
                           Masters of Arts in Non-Profit Administration;
                  Masters of Arts in Public Administration.

Associate Professor, Hamline University, Graduate School of Public Administration and Management (2001 - 2004)

Assistant Professor, Hamline University, Graduate School of Public Administration and Management (1999 - 2001)

Adjunct Professor, Hamline University, Department of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science (2000 - present)

Adjunct Professor, Hamline University, School of Law (2002 - 2004)

Adjunct Professor, University of Minnesota, School of Law (1999 - present)

Adjunct Professor, University of St. Thomas School of Law (2002 - 2005)

Adjunct Professor, University of Wisconsin, River Falls, Department of Political Science (1999 - 2004

Assistan t Professor, University of Wisconsin, River Falls, Department of Political Science (1996 - 1999) (non tenure
track)

Adjunct Professor, Minneapolis Community College, Department of Political Science (1995 - 2000)

Visiting Professor, University of Minnesota, Department of Political Science (1995)

Assistant Professor, Trinity University, Department of Political Science (1991 - 1994)

Lecturer, Lackland Air Force Base, Human Rights Program (1991-1994)

Assistant Professor, Gustavus Adolphus College, Department of Political Science (1989 - 1991)

Instructor, University of Minnesota, Department of Political Science (1988 - 1989)

Instructor, Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Department of Political Science (1988)


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Continuing Legal Education Teaching Experience
“New Majorities, New Priorities? What the New Congress Means for Lawyers,” (January 2007).

“United States Supreme Court Review,” (August, 2006).

“Eminent Domain and Economic Development” (October, 2005).

“Administrative Law Resources on the Internet” (June, 1999)

“Legal Research on the Internet” (March, 2000, February 2001, January 2002, January, 2003, January, 2004)

“Legislative and Supreme Court Update” (June, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)

“Administrative Law Update” (June, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007)

“Election Law” (April 2000, 2004)

“Law and Literature” (June, 2 0 04, Minnesota State Bar Association Convention) (Ramsey County Bar Association,
Hennepin County Bar Association, 2005, 2006, 2007).

Other Academic Appointments

Senior Fellow, Institute on Law and Politics, University of Minnesota School of Law (2007 -).

Director, Doctorate in Public Administration Program, Hamline University (1999 - 2002, 2003 -)

American Politics & Government AP Reader, Educational Testing Service (1991-1994)



Government Service/Public Policy
Member, National Civic League Model City Charter Revision Committee (2001-2003)
       Assisted in the drafting of the 8 th edition of the Model Cities Charter

Chair, Roseville Ethics Task Force (2002)

Member, Ramsey County Home Rule Charter Commission (2000 - 2004)

Housing and Economic Planner, Opportunities for Broome, Binghamton, New York (1984-1986)
       Analyzed housing and economic demographics and municipal policies
       Prepared policy and planning programs

Director of Housing, Zoning, and Code Enforcement, City of Binghamton, Binghamton, New York ( 1982-1984)
        Chief administrator of the Code Enforcement Bureau, including staff of 10
        Enforced City and State housing and building codes
        Wrote and implemented a new municipal housing code
        Served as a staff consultant in the writing of a new zoning ordinance
        Developed housing programs and set up homeless shelters
        Worked with other public officials to develop housing policies
        Assisted corporation counsel in prosecution of code violations
        Responsible for Department’s public relations.

Consultant (2000 - present)
        Providing training an d co n sulting services to local governments and non-profits in the areas of management

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         and ethics.



Law
Expert Witness in two federal cases (campaign finance and reapportionment).

Amicus Brief before the United States Supreme Court in Colorado Republican Pa rty v. Federal Election
Commission and McConnell v. Federal Election Commission.

Consultant, Institute on Criminal Justice, University of Minnesota School of Law, Minneapolis, MN (1998- 2000)
       Research ed and made recommendations on legal issues as part of a team contracted with the Minnesota
       Department of Corrections to examine prison privatization.

Project Coordinator and Principal Researcher/Author, Institute on Race and Poverty, Minneapolis, MN (1995- 1997)
        Coordinated legal research on segregation and research on housing, education, employment
        Developed survey questions on racial attitudes
        Prepared graphical information systems maps on race and concentrated poverty in the Twin Cities
        Authored the preliminary, conference, and final reports of Examining the Relationship Between Housing,
        Education, and Persistent Segregation.

Research Assistant for Dean E. Thomas Sullivan, University of Minnesota School of Law.
        Researched and wrote memos on various aspects of antitrust law for publication
        Researched and wrote memos on class action, jurisdiction, and other civil procedures for publication

Volunteer Attorney, Catholic Charities Law Center (1999 - 2000).

Volunteer Attorney, Legal Assistance of Washington County, Inc. (1999 - present)

Volunteer Attorney, Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (2002 - present)



Writing/Editing
Series Editor, Studies in Crime and Punishment, Teaching Texts in Law and Politi cs, Texts in Law and Politics,
Politics, Media, and Popular Culture, Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. (1995- 2004)
          Review book proposals for inclusion in four editorial series and make recommendations regarding
          publication
                   Manage editorial content of four book series
                   Assist in marketing and acquisition of texts for the series.

Publications
Books/Encyclopedia
          Professional Ethics in a Postmodern Society (in progress)

          Poverty: Causes, Consequences, and Cures (under review at Praeger Press)

          Evicted! Property Rights and Eminent Domain in America (under review at Praeger Press)

          Encyclopedia of the First Amendment, co-editor, CQ Press 2008.

          Encyclopedia of the United States Constitution, 2 volumes. Facts on File, Inc. 2008.

          Ruling American Constitutional Law, vol. I constitutional law, lead editor, Roxbury Press 2008.

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        Ruling American Constitutional Law, vol. I civil liberties and rights, lead editor, Roxbury Press 2008.

        Lights, Camera, Campaign! Media, Politics, and Political Advertising, Peter Lang Publishing 2004.

       Encyclopedia of American Law, editor, Facts on File, Inc. 2002.

       Encyclopedia of Public Policy and Public Administration, editor, Facts on File, Inc. 2003.

       Inventors of Ideas: An Introduction to Western Political Philosophy, co-author, Wadsworth Publishers,
       2003.

       Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court, editor, Facts on File, Inc. 2005.

       Encyclopedia of Civil Liberties three volumes, co-editor, M.E. Sharpe 2005.

       Social Capital: Cri tical Perspectives on Community and Bowling Alone, co-editor, New York University
       Press, 2002.

       Money, Politics, and Campaign Finance Reform Law in the States, editor, Carolina Academic Press, 2002.

       It’s S h o w Time: Essays in Media, Politics, and Popular Culture, editor, Peter Lang Publishing, 2000.

      Inventors of Ideas: An Introduction to Western Political Philosophy, co-author, St. Martin’s Press. 1997.

      Leveraging the Law: Using the Courts to Achieve Social Change, editor, Peter Lang Publishing, 1998.

      The Politics of Civil Service Reform, Peter Lang Publishing, 1998.

      The Jurisprudential Vision of Justice Antonin Scalia, co-author, Rowman & Littlefield, 1996.

      Law and Politics: Unanswered Questions, editor, Peter Lang Publishing, 1994.

      Property, Power, and American Democracy, 1992, Transaction Press.

      American Govern m en t:      An Introduction through MicroCase, 1994 (second edition), Micro Case
      Corporation.

      A Short History of the U.S. Civil Service, (coauthored with Robert Maranto), University Press of America,
      1991.



Legal Treatises
      “The Appraisal Process,” Chapter 4, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (2006).

      “Business Plant Closings and Relocating Sports Teams: The Expansion of the ‘Public Use’ Doctrine in
      Eminent Domain,” chapter 22, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (2005).

      “Capacity to Condemn,” chapter 3, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (2005).

      “Private Property for Public Use,” Chapter 6, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company
      (2004).

      “Property and Ownership,” Chapter 5, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (2003).

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      “Time of Valuation,” Chapter 12A, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (2002).

     “Valuation of Interests Other than Fee Interests,” Chapter 12D, Ni chols on Eminent Domain, Matthew
     Bender & Company (2002).

     “Valuation for the Purpose of Compensating a Temporary Taking,” Chapter 12E, Ni chols on Eminent
     Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (2002).

     “Sales and Offers: Indicators o f M arket Value,” Chapter 21, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender
     & Company (2001).

     “Remedies of Owners,” chapter 28, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (2001)

      “Quality of Title,” chapter 9, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (2000)

       “Enhancement,” chapter 8A, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (1999)

      “The Public Use Doctrine,” chapter 7, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (1999)

     “Business Plant Closings and Relocating Sports Teams: The Expansion of the ‘Public Use’ Doctrine in
     Eminent Domain,” chapter 22, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (1998)

     “Remedies of Owners,” chapter 28, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (1997)

     “Capacity to Condemn,” chapter 3, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (1995)

     “Property and Ownership,” chapter 5, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (1996)

     “The Public Use Doctrine,” chapter 7, Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company (1993)

     “Bu sin ess & Plant Closings: The Expansion of the ‘Public Use’ Doctrine in Eminent Domain,” chapter 2 2,
     Nichols on Eminent Domain, Matthew Bender & Company, (1992)


Articles and Book Chapters
     “Wonks and Warriors: Depictions of Government Professionals in Recent Popular Film,” 9 Public Voices
     61 (2007).

     “Democracy on Trial: Terrorism, Crime, and National Security Policy in a Post 9-11 World,” forthcoming
     Golden Gate Law Review (2007).

     Buckley v. Va leo , R a n d all v. Sorrell, and the Future of Campaign Financing on the Roberts Court, 12
     N EXUS 153 (2007).

     “Minnesota R ep u b li ca n Party v. White and the Future of State Judicial Selection,” 69 Albany Law Review,
     985 (2006).

     Redistricting and the New Judicial Federalism: Reapportionment Litigation Under State Constitutions, 37
     Rutgers L. J. 1087 (2006).

     “Mining Unexplored Riches: Litigating State Constitutional Claims,” Bench & Bar of Mi nnesota (April,
     2006).

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“September 11, and the War on Democracy,” PA Times (February, 2006)

“Teaching Postmodern Ethics,” Ethics Today (Autumn, 2005).

“Judicial Selection in Minnesota: Options After Republican Party v. White,” Bench & Bar of Minnesota
(November, 2005).

“One Person, One Vote and the Constitutionality of the Winner-Take-All Allocation of Electoral College
Votes ,” with Christopher Duquette, 2:3 Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy, 487 (2006).

“What’s Yours Can be Mine: Are there Any Private Takings After Ci ty of New London v. Kelo?,” 24 UCLA
Journal of E n vi ro n m en ta l Law and Policy, 195 (2006). Reprinted in the 2007 Zoning and Planning Law
Handbook, West Publishing, 2007.

“Economic Develop men t and Eminent Domain After Kelo: Property Rights and “Public Use” under State
Constitutions,” 24 Albany Environmental Outlook Journal 43 (2006).

“The Property Rights Revolution that Failed: Eminent Domain in the 2004 Supreme Court Term, 21 Touro
Law Review, 929 (2006).

“Disclosure is not Enough: Empirical Lessons from State Experiences,” 4 Election Law Journal 349 (2005).

“The Corporate University in American Society,” Logos: A Journal of Modern Society and Culture (Fall,
2005).

“Alternatives to Encouraged Donation for Organ Procurement: Moral Principles and Ethical Practices,” with
Richard Lally, Journal of Public Integrity (Fall, 2006).

Voting Rights and Voting Rights Act, in Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court, Kermit Hall, ed. (2005).

Antonia Scalia, Voting Age, Universal Suffrage, Poll Tax, and Reapportionment, Encyclopedia of Civil
Liberties and Rights, John Scheb and Otis Stephens, eds., Greenwood Publishing (2006).

“Lights, Camera, Action! Ethics and the California Recall,” Journal of Public Integrity, vol. 7, no. 1 (2004-
5).

“Professional Ethics in a Postmodern Society,” Journal of Public Integrity vol 6, no. 4 (2004).

“Quasi-judicial and Quasi-legislative Hearings in Minnesota,” Bench & Bar of Minnesota (September,
2003), pp. 15-20.

“Empirical Analysis and Fundamental First Amendment Principles,” with Stephen Gottlieb, 19 Journal of
Law and Politics, 145 (2003).

 “States and Campaign Finance Reform,” National Civic Review, v. 91: 2 (Summer, 2002).

 “Campaigns and Elections,” Choice Magazine (June 2002).

 “The Legal and Political Lessons of Bush v. Gore,” Focus on Law Studies (Fall, 2001).

 “ The Lessons of Election 2000: The Bush v. Gore Scholarship,” Public Integrity, v. 4: 2 (Spring, 2002).

“The Phenomeno lo gy o f Democracy,” in Social Capital: Critical Perspectives on Community and Bowling

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Alone, New York University Press, 2002.

“Sp ecial Interest Money in Minnesota Politics,” in Money, Politics, and Campaign Finance Reform Law in
the States, Carolina Academic Press, 2002.

 “A. Leon Higgenbotham,” in Great American Judges, ed. John Vile, New York: ABC-CLIO (2003).
 John M. Wisdom,” in Great American Judges, ed. John Vile, New York: ABC-CLIO (2003).

 “Celebrity Politics in a Postmodern Era: The case of Jesse Ventura,” Public Integrity, v. 3: 4 (Fall, 2001).

 “Why No M o re Giants on the Supreme Court” In Leaders of the Pack: Polls and Case Studies of Great
 Supreme Court Justices, William Pederson (ed). (2003).

No Joy in Mudville Tonight: Impact of “Three Strike” Laws on State and Federal Corrections Policy,
Resources, and Crime Control,” 9 Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, 557 (2000).

“State Taxation of Interstate Commuters:           Constitutional Doctrine in Search of Empirical Analysis,”16
Touro Law Review, 435 (2000).

“Celebrity Politics and Postmodern Political Ethics,” PA Times (September, 2000).

“Jesse Ventura   T.M .   and the Brave New World of Politainer Politics,” Journal of American Culture (2001).

 “Justice Delayed, Justice Denied”: The Fastest Gun in the East (Or at Least on the Supreme Court), 16

Constitutional Commentary 213 (1999)

“The Price is Right! Property Valuation and Damage Awards for Temporary Takings,” 22 Hamline Law
Review 281(1998)

“Provin g Po litical Corruption: Documenting the Evidence Required to Sustain Campaign Finance Reform
Laws,” 18 Texas Review of Litigation 86 (1998)

“State Tax Commuters: Classifications and Estimates,” 15 State Tax Notes, 355 (1998)

“Bucking Buckley: Voter Attitudes, Tobacco Money, and Campaign Co ntribution Corruption in Minnesota
Politics” (with Todd Paulson), 19 Hamline Journal of Public Law & Policy 1 (1998)

“Scalia on Democratic Decision Makin g and Long-standing Traditions: How Rights Always Lose, “ 31
Suffolk Law Review 319 (1998)

“Revisiting Buckley v. Valeo: Eviscerating the Line Between Candidate Contributions and Independent
Expenditures,” 14 Journal of Law & Politics 33 (1998)

“Force Majeure in Legal Scholarship” (with Jim Chen) 14 Constitutional Commentary 427 (1998)

“Legal Functionalism and Social Change: A Reassessment of Rosenberg’s The Hollow Hope,” 12 Journal
of Law and Politics 63 (1996)

“Labor and Community Challenges to Disinvestment: The Use of Eminent Domain and Community
Property Rights to Fight Plant Closings,” In Bina, et al., editors, Beyond Survival: Wage Labor in the Late
Twentieth Century,” New York: M.E. Sharpe, Inc., (1995)

“Using Eminent Domain to Facilitate Employee Ownership,” 4 Journal of Employee Ownership Law and
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     Finance 37 (1992)

     “The Use of Eminent Domain and Contractually Implied Property Rights to Affect Business and Plant
     Closings,” 16 William Mitchell Law Review 383 (1990)

     “From Reasonable Man to Unreasonable Victim: Assessing Harris v. Forklift Systems and Shifting
     Standards of Proof and Perspective in Title VII Sexual Harassment Law,” 27 Suffolk Law Review 717 (1994)

     “Scalia, Property, and Dolan v. Tigard: The Emergence of a Post Carolene Products Jurisprudence,” 29
     Akron Law Review 1 (1995)

     “Antonin Scalia’s First Amendment Free Speech, Press, and Association Decisions,” 9 Journal of Law and
     Politics 515 (1993)

     “Legislative Process and Intent in Justice Scalia’s Interpretive Method,” 25 Akron Law Review 595 (1992)

     “Judicial Review and Legislative Deference: The Political Process of Antonin Scalia,” 16 Nova Law Review
     1249 (1992)

     “The Political Philosophy of Money as Articulated in the Dissents in Austin v. Michigan Chamber of
     Commerce,” (coauthored with John Shockley of Western Illin ois University), 24 St. Mary’s Law Review 165
     (1992)

     “Political Th eo ry and Legal History: Conflicting Depictions of Property in the American Political
     Founding,” 37 American Journal of Legal History 464 (1993)

     “The Locke Republican Debate and the Paradox of Property Rights in Early American Jurisprudence,” 13
     Western New England College Law Review 155 (1991)

     “Supreme Court Articulation of the Politics/Administration Dichotomy,” Handbook of Bureaucracy, Ali
     Farazmand, editor, Marcel Dekker, Inc., (1994)

     “Church/State Relations and the First Amendment,” Law and Politics:          Unanswered Questions, David
     Schultz, editor, Peter Lang Publishing (1994)

     “Rethinking Drug Criminalization Policies,” 25 Texas Tech Law Review 151 (1993)

     “Fro m Great Books to Serviceable Course Texts:        A Review of Recent Introductory Political Theory
     Textbooks,” 6 COMMONWEALTH 106 (1993)

     “Hegel’s Constitutionalism,” 4 COMMONWEALTH 26 (1990)

     “Physicians as Philosophers: Thoughts on the Relations of Medicine to E thics, American Philosophical
     Association Newsletter on Medicine and Ethics (Fall, 1987)

     “New York: The Future of the Bipartisan Gerrymander,” Reapportionment Politics, Hardy, Heslop, &
     Anderson eds, Sage Publications (1981)



Popular Essays
      “Lawyering in Ramsey County: Perspectives of the Chief Judge,” Barrister (March, 2006).

      “Minnesota Supreme Court Review” The Barrister, (January, 2007).

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 “Minnesota Supreme Court Review,” Barrister (July/August and September, 2006).

 “Minnesota Supreme Court Review,” Barrister (September and October, 2005)

 “Minnesota Supreme Court Review,” Barrister (September and October, 2004)
 “New Ethics Rules,” Barrister (December, 2004, February, 2005).

 “Taking Privacy Seriously: A Theory of Personal Autonomy,” Hennepin Lawyer (March/April 2004), pp.
 4-9.

 “Professional Ethics in a Postmodern Society,” Ethics Today (Summer, 2003).

 “Minnesota Supreme Court Review,” Barrister (September and October, 2003).

 “Minnesota Abortion Politics heads for courts,” St. Paul Legal-Ledger, April 24, 2003.

 “Legal Research Tools on the Internet,” The Barrister (December 2002).

 “Minnesota Supreme Court Review Part II: 2001-2002,” The Barrister (October, 2002).

 “Minnesota Supreme Court Review: 2001-2002,” The Barrister (September, 2002).

 “Corporate America needs protection from itself,” Houston Chronicle (July 8, 2002).

“In today’s campaign fin an ce reform wars, partial public beats full public financing,” St. Paul Legal Ledger
(February 22, 2001), at 5.

 “Courts are the real winners in 2000 elections,” St. Paul Legal Ledger, (December 26, 2000) at 5.

 “Election as sport of wealthy fuels indifference,” St. Paul Legal Ledger, (November 16, 2000) at 4.

 Imagine politics as if people really mattered,” St. Paul Legal-Ledger, (September 21, 2000) at 4.

 “Tax Commuters—the Internet tax problem,” St. Paul Legal-Ledger, (August 24, 2000) at 4.

 “Will the Real Democratic Part please stand up?,” St. Paul Legal-Ledger, (August 4, 2000) at 4.

 “Guv gets a big fat zero for political reform,” St. Paul Legal Ledger” (May 18, 2000), at 4

 “Top 10 Ideas of Political Chicanery,” St. Paul Legal Ledger, (March 2, 2000), at 2.

 “National Media Hard on Jesse? Hardly!” Law & Politics (November, 1999) at 18.

“Tripartisan government fails to produce political reform,” St. Paul Legal Ledger (May 22, 1999) at 5,

“Sportsfare: The political economy of publicly funded stadiums,” St. Paul Legal Ledger, (June 24, 1999) at
5.

“Why giving politicians their own radio shows is bad politics,” St. Paul Legal Ledger, (July 29, 1999) at 5.

“Behind lawsuit is principle: Government shouldn’t be taking sides,” Pioneer Press (September 2, 1999) at
15A.

 “Justice Delayed, Justice Denied,” Law & Politics, (August, 1999)
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      “Illegally stumping for a ballpark,” Villager (August 26, 1999) at 6.

      “Three strikes against argument for Twins stadium,” Grand Gazette (July, 1999) at 4.

      “The Newest Voting Bloc: The Depraved Voter,” Law & Politics, (November, 1998)

     “You Too Can Own the Twins,” Law & Politics, (October, 1998)

     “Internet: An Oversold Tool,” Governing Magazine Web Page (1998)

     “Special interests will survive recent tobacco settlement,” Minnesota Lawyer (June 12, 1998) at 2.

      “The wrecking ball as housing policy,” Grand Gazette (February, 1998) at 4.

      “Be yourself when considering alternatives to law,” Minnesota Lawyer (September 26, 1997) at 4.

     “Wh y the state should use its eminent domain power to acquire its sports teams,” Minnesota La wyer
     (September 5, 1997) at 2.

     “Stadium issue demonstrates how the rich subvert system,” Pioneer Press Dispatch (August 19, 1997) at A7.

     “Governor, lawmakers reject openness, accountability,” Pioneer Press Dispatch (March 25, 1997) at A9.

     “Expose Yourself to Politics,” Texas Observer (July 24, 1992) at p 23.



Conference Papers/Presentations
      Buckley v. Valeo, Randall v. Sorrell, and the Future of Campaign Financing on the R oberts Court,
      Chapman College of Law, February 19-21, 2007.

      “Democracy on Trial: Terrorism, Crime, and National Security Policy in a Post 9-11 World ,” Oxford
      University Round Table, Oxford University (2006).

     “E-Democracy: Legislative-Constituent Communications in Minnesota and Wisconsin.”       Prepared for
     presentation at the 2002 American Political Science Annual Convention, August 28 -September 1, 2003,
     Philadelphia, PA.

     “Chains of Freedom: John Locke and the Problem of the Other.” Prepared for presentation at the 2002
     American Political Science Annual Convention, August 28 -September 1, 2003, Philadelphia, PA.

     “Disclosure is not Enough: Empirical Lessons from State Experiences.” Prepared for presentation at the
     2003 Midwest Political Science Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 4 - 6 2003.

     “Jesse Ventura T.M . and the Brave New World of Politainer Politics.” Presented at the Southwest Social
     Science Association Annual meeting, April 15- 18, 2001, Fort Worth, Texas.

     “Special Interest Money in State Politics: Lessons fro m the Minnesota Experiment.” Presented at the
     Southwest Social Science Association Annual meeting, April 15- 18, 2001, Fort Worth, Texas.

     “Alexis DeTocqueville and Empirical Political Science: How the Pluralists and the Social Capital Scholars
     Read Democracy in America.” Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association meeting, 2000,
     Chicago, Illinois.

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“Alexis deTocqueville and Democratic Theory: The Pluralist Appropriation.” Presented at the 1999
Northeastern Political Science Association Annual Convention, November 11-13, 1999, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania

“Reading Tocqueville in Political Science: From Group Conflict and Consensus to Individual Social Capital”
(With Amy Fried). Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, August 31 -
September 3, 2000, Washington, D.C. 27-30.

“Legal Functionalism and Social Change: A Reassessment of Rosenberg’s The Hollow Hope,” at the
American Political Science Association meeting, 1995, Chicago, Illinois.

“Scalia, Property, and Dolan v. Tigard: The Emergence of a Post Carolene Products Jurisprudence,” at the
Midwest Political Science Association meeting, 1995, Chicago, Illinois.

“Sexual Harassment and the Emergence of the Reasonable Person Standard,” at the Northeastern Political
Science Association meeting, November, 1993, Newark, NJ.

“Antonin Scalia and Expressive Freedom,” at the Southern Political Science Association meeting,
November, 1993, Savannah, Georgia.

“Justice Scalia’s First   Amendment,” American      Political   Science Association   Annual   Convention,
September, 1992.

“Legislative Process and Intent in Justice Scalia’s Interpretive Method,” Southwestern Political Science
Association Annual Convention, March, 1992.”

“Alternative Economic Development Strategies: Municipal Use of Eminent Domain and Plant Closings,”
New York State Political Science Association Annual Convention, April, 1992.

“Judicial Review and Legislative Deference: The Political Process of Antonin Scalia,” 1991 American
Political Science Association Annual Convention.

“Judicial Enforcement of Neutral Competence Ideology,” 1991 Northeastern Political Science Association
Annual Convention.

“Supreme Court Patronage Decisions and the Politics/Administration Dichotomy,” 1991 American Political
Science Association Annual Convention.

“The Reemergence of Neutral Competence: Personnel Issues in the Bush Administration,” with Robert
Maranto (James Madison University) 1991 American Political Science Association Annual Convention.

“Taking Constitutions Seriously: The Context of Constitu tio nal Reform in Yugoslavia,” 1991 New York
State Political Science Association Annual Convention.

“The Political Philosophy of Money as Articulated in the Dissents in Austin v. Michigan Chamber of
Comm erce,” (coauthored with John Shockley of Western Illinois University) 1991 Midwestern Political
Science Association Convention.

“The Reemergence of Neu tral Co mpetence: Personnel Issues in the Bush Administration,” with Robert
Maranto (James Madison University) 1991 New York Political Science Association Annual Convention.

“The Creation of Alternative Property Rights,” Northeastern Political Science Association Convention,
November, 1990.

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     “Jurisprudence in Colonial American Theory,” Northeastern Political Science Association Convention,
     November, 1990.

     “Labor and Commun ity Ch allenges to Disinvestment: The Use of Eminent Domain and Community
     Property Rights to Figh t Plant Closings,” University and College Labor Education Association’s
     Midwest/Southern Regional Conference, November, 1990.

     “The Locke Republican Debate and the Paradox of Property Rights in Early American Politics,”
     Pennsylvania Political Science Association Convention, April, 1990.

     “The Coherence of Property Rights and the Spectre of Substantive Due Process,” New York State Political
     Science Association Convention, April, 1990.

     “The Future of Property Rights and Eminent Domain Adjudication Under the Reagan-Rehnquist Court,”
     American Political Science Association Convention, September, 1989.

     “Hegel’s Constitutionalism,” Northeastern Political Science Association Convention, November, 1989
     (Awarded “Best Paper Presented in Political Th eory at the 1989 Northeastern Political Science Association
     Annual Convention)

     “Public Opinion in American Political Thought,” Southwestern Political Science Association Convention,
     l988.

     “Vice or Virtue: Augustine or Aristotle, Mandeville or MacIntyre,” Southern Political Science Convention,
     November, l987.

     “The Role of ‘Vice’ in the Rise of Modern Political Thought,” Faculty Paper Series, SUNY Binghamton,
     March, 1986.


Panel Participation
     Chair, “The Progressive Case for Election Reform,”     2005 American Political Science Association Annual
     Convention, Washington, D.C., September, 2005.

     Chair, “Criminal Law: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives,” 2005 Midwest Political Science
     Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, April, 2005.

     Chair, “Information and Judicial Policy,” American Political Science Association Annual Convention,
     Boston, Massachusetts, August, 2002.

     Chair, “Perspectives on Election Reform and Administration Across America,” American Society of Public
     Administration Annual Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, March 2002.

      Chair, Social Capital,” Midwest Political Science Association Convention, Chicago, Illinois, April, 2002.

     Chair, “Law, Property, and People,” Midwest Political Science Association Convention, Chicago, Illinois,
     April, 1999.

     Chair, “Perspectives on Jud icial Independence,” Midwest Political Science Association Convention,
     Chicago, Illinois, April, 1999.

     Chair/Discussant on a panel entitled “Marx and Beyond,” Northeastern Political Science Association
     Conference, Newark, NJ, November, 1993.


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    Chair/Discussant, “Central Figures in American Political Thought,” Southern Political Science Association
    meeting, Savannah, Georgia, November, 1993.

    Chair, “Subnational Economic Development Policies,” American Political Science Association Annual
    Convention, 1992.

    Discussant, “Politics and the Constitution,” Northeastern Political Science Association Annual Convention,
    November, 1992.

    Chair/Discussant, “Diversity Issues in Public Policy,” New York State Political Science Associatio n Annual
    Convention, April, 1992.

    Chair/Discussant, “The Limits of Liberalism,” New York State Political Science Association Convention,
    April, 1992.

    Discussant, “Interest Group Activity,” 1991 Northeastern Political Science Association Convention,
    November, 1991.

    Discussant, “The Procedural Determinants of Judicial Decisions,” New York State Political Science
    Association Convention, April, 1991.

    Discussant, “Ancient History and Political Theory,” Northeastern Political Science Association Annual
    Convention, November, 1990.

    Chair/Discussant, “Constitutional   Prerogatives,”    American    Political   Science   Associatio n   Annual
    Convention, September, 1990.

    Discussant on “Foucault,” American Political Science Association Convention, September, 1989.

    Discussant on “Postmodernism and     Ju stice”, Midwestern Political Science Association Convention, April,
    l987.

    Discussant on “Moral Intuitions,” New York Philosophical Association Meeting, March, l986.

     Participant in 1990 American Bar Association Workshop on “American Citizenship and the Constitution.”



Review Essays

     McDonald, Gary, America and Enlightenment Constitutionalism, Choice (June, 2007).

     Rawls, John, Lectures on the History of Political Philosophy, Choice (July, 2007).

     Berns, Walter, Democracy and the Constitution: Essays, Choice (April, 2007).

     Parry-Giles, Trevor, The Character of Justice: Rhetoric, law, and Politics in the Supreme Court
     Nomination Process, Choice (October, 2006).

     Alvarez, Jose, International Organizations as Law-Makers, Law and Politics Book Review (June, 2006).

     Morgan, Denise, et al. Awaking From the Dream: Civil Rights Under Seize and the New Struggle for Equal
     Justice, Choice (September, 2006).

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 Alexander, Larry, Is there a Right to Freedom of Expression?, Choice (May , 2006).

 Segal, Jeffrey A., The Supreme Court in the American Legal System, Choice (February, 2006).

 Smismans, Stijn, Law, Legitimacy, an European Governance:           Functional Parti cipation in Social
 Regulation, Law and Politics Book Review (February, 2006).

 Duffy, Helen, The ‘War on Terror’ and the Framework of Internati onal Law, Law and Politics Book
 Review (January, 2006).

 Yoo, John C., Th e Po wers of War and Peace: The Constitution and Foreign Affairs after 9/11, Law and
 Politics Book Review (January, 2006).

 Goldford, Dennis J., The American Constitution and the Debate over Originalism, Choice (October 2005).

 Ayres, Ian, Optional Law: The Structure of Legal Entitlements, Choice ((November, 2005).

 O’Neill, Johnathan, Originalism in American Law and Politics: A Constitutional History, Choice (January
 2006).

 Pestritto, Ronald J. and Thomas G. West, Challenges to the American Founding, Choice (June, 2005).

 Devins, Neal and Louis Fisher. The Democratic Constitution, Choice (April 2005).

 Schulte, Constanze, Compliance with Decisions of the International Court of Justice, Law and Politics Book
 Review, (April, 2005).

 McChesney, Robert, The Problem of the Media, in Focus on Law Studies (Fall, 2004).

 Dash, Sam, The Intruders: Unreasonable Searches and Seizures from King John to John Ashcroft, Choice
 (January, 2005).

 Woolcock, Peter, Power, Im p a rtiality, and Justice, v. 46, issue 1, International Studies in Philosophy
 (2004).

 Myers, Robert , Self-Governance and Cooperation, v. 46, issue 1, International Studies in Philosophy
 (2004).

 Jacobs, Harvey M., Private Prop erty i n the 21 st century: The Future of an American Ideal, Choice
 (November, 2004).

  Anderson, Terry L. and Peter J, Hill, The Not so Wild West: Property Rights on the Frontier, Law and
 Politics Book Review, August, 2004.

 Price, Polly, Property Rights: Rights and Liberties Under the Law, Choice, February 2004.

Greaves, Rosa Competition Law, Law and Politics Book Review, January, 2004

Skrentny, John, The Minority Rights Revolution, Choice, July 2003.

Elken , Stephen L. and carol Soltan, Citizen Competence and Democratic Institutions,           v. 35, no. 4
                                                15
International Studies in Philosophy (2003).

Dryzek, John S., Deliberative Democracy and Beyond: Liberals, Critics, Contestations, Citizen Competence
and Democratic Institutions, v. 35, no. 4 International Studies in Philosophy (2003).

 D’Agostino and Gerald Gaus, Public Reason, Citizen Competence and Democratic Institutions, v. 35, no. 4
 International Studies in Philosophy (2003).

 Halberstam, Michel, Totalitarianism and the Modern Conception of Politics, Citizen Competence and
 Democratic Institutions, v. 35, no. 4 International Studies in Philosophy (2003).

 Anderson, Terry, Property Rights: Cooperation, Conflict, and the Law, Choice, September, 2003.

 Samples, John, James Madison and the Future of Limited Government, Law and Politics Book Review,
 December, 2002.

Amy Gutman and Dennis Thompson, Democracy and Disagreement, v. 34, no. 4 International Studi es in
Philosophy (2002)

 Strum, Philippa, Women in the Barracks: The VMI Case and Equal Rights, Choice, October, 2002.

 “Civil Service Reform,” Public Administration Review, v. 62, no. 5, pp. 570-573 (2002).

 Kellner, Douglas, Grand Theft 2000: Media Spectacle and a Stolen Election, Choice, April, 2002.

Posner, Richard, Breaking the deadlock: The 2000 Election, the Constitution, and the Courts, Choice, April,
2002.

 Finkel, Norman J., Not Fair! The Typology of Commonsense Unfairness, Choice, January 2002.

 Greene, Abner, Understanding the 2000 Election: A Guide to the Legal Battles that Decided the
 Presidency, Choice, March 2002.

 Redish, Martin, Money Talks: Speech, Economic Power, and the Values of Democracy, Choi ce, March,
 2002.

Morton, Rebecca, Learning by Voting: Sequential Choices in Presidential Primaries and Other Elections,
Choice, January 2002.

 Ely, James W., Jr., Railroads and American Law, Law and Politics Book Review, February, 2002.

Brettschneider, Corey Lang, Punishment, Property and Justice: Phi losophi cal Foundations of the Death
Penalty and Welfare Controversies, Choice, November, 2001.

 Bergquist, Charles and Ricardo Penaranda, Violence in Columbia, 1990-2000, Choice, December, 2001.

 Smith, Bradley, Unfree Speech: The Folly of Campaign Finance Reform, Choice, November, 2001.

 Dwyre, Diana, Legislative Labyrinth: Congress and Campaign Finance Reform, Choice, April, 2001.

Sciarra, Silvana Labour Law in the Courts: National Judges and the European Court of Justice, Law and
Politics Book Review, October , 2001. Koutrakos. Panos, Trade, Foreig n Policy and Defence in Eu
Constitutional Law, Law and Politics Book Review, October 2001.

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Kojève, Alexandre, The Phenomemology of Right, Law and Politics, Book Review, January, 2001.

Spitzer, Robert J., Politics and Constitutionalism: The Louis Fisher Connection, Law and Politics
Book Review, August, 2000.

Birnbaum, Jeffrey H, The Money Men: The Real Story of Poli ti cal Power in American Politics, Choice,
February 2001.

 Forell, Caroline A., A Law of Her Own: The Reasonable Woman as a Measure of Man, Choice, February,
2000.

 Freedomforum.org, 2000 issue of Choice.

 Joaquín, Roy, Cuba, the United States, and the Helms=Burton Doctrine, Choice, December 2000.

 Frug, Gerald E. City Making: Building Communities without Walls, Politi cal Sci ence Quarterly, Summer
 2000.

 Carrington, Paul D., Stewards of Democracy: Law as a Public Profession, Choice, February, 2000

 Perry, Michael J. We the People: The Fourteenth Amendment and the Supreme Court, Choice, April, 2000.

 Levi, Michael, Fraud: Organizatio n, Motivation and Control , Law and Politics Book Review, October,
 1999.

 Bosmajian, Haig. The Freedom Not to Speak, Choice, December, 1999.

  Pipes, Richard, Property and Freedom, Choice, November, 1999 .

Sebok, Anthony J., Legal Positivism in American Jurisprudence, Choice, May, 1999.

Gerber, Scott, First Principles: The Jurisprudence of Clarence Thomas, Choice, July/August, 1999.

 Kens, Paul, Lochner v. New York: Economic Regulation on Trial. Choice, June, 1999.

 Oyez, Oyez, Oyez, (Web site review), Choice (1998).

Belz, Herman. A Living Consti tu ti on or Fundamental Law?: American Constitutionalism in Historical
Perspective. Choice, March, 1999.

Hefner, Robert W. D em o cratic Civility: The History and Cross-Cultural Possibility of a Modern Political
Ideal, Choice, February, 1999.

Saari, David J. Too Much Liberty? Perspectives on Freedom and the American Dream, and Weinreb, Lloyd
L. Oedipus at Fenway Park: What Rights Are and Why There Are Any. International Studies in Philosophy,
v. 34, no. 4 (1998).

The LII and Hermes: overview and recent developments (Web site review, Choice January, 1999.

Sened, Itai, The Political Institution of Private Property, Choice, March, 1998.

Oded, Balaban, Politics and Ideology: A Philosophical A pproach, International Studies in Philosophy, v.
                                                 17
30, no. 1, 1998.

Robert D. Loevy, Th e Ci vil Rights Act of 1964: The Passage of the Law that Ended Racial Segregation,
Choice, January, 1998.

Wayne V. McIntosh and Cynthia L. Cates, Judi ci al E ntrepreneurship:       The Role of the Judge in the
Marketplace of Ideas, 8 Law and Politics Book Review, 111-113 (1998)

Guinier, Lani, B ecoming Gentleman: Women, Law School, and Institutional Change, Choice, September,
1997.

Landsbert, Brian, K., Enforcing Civil Rights: Race Discriminati on and the Department of Justice, Choice,
October, 1997.

Frost-Knappman, Elizabeth, Women’s Rights on Trial, Choice, June 1997.

Mayer, David N., The Constitutional Thought of Thom as Jeffer son , in v. 14, no. 1, Spring, 1996, Law &
History Review.

Kin n egin g, Andreas, Aristocracy, Antiquity, & History: Classicism in Political Thought, in Choice, March,
1997.

Fiss, Owen, Liberalism Divided: Freedom of Speech and the Many Uses of State Power, and Collins,
Ronald K.L, & David M. Skover, The Death of Discourse, v. 7 The Law and Politics Book Review, January,
1997, pp. 16-18.

Lib ecap, Gary D., Contracting for Property Rights, and Munzer, Stephen P., A Theory of Property, in v. 85,
no. 2, June, 1991, American Political Science Review.

Leonard Levy, A License to Steal: The Forfeiture of Property, Choice, May, 1996.

Leonard Levy, A License to Steal: The Forfeiture of Property, The American Journal of Legal History,
January, 1997..

Fisch el, William, A., Regulatory Takings: Law, Economics, and Politics, in v. 90, no. 1, March, 1996,
American Political Science Review.

Merrick, Janna C. & Robert H. Blank, The Politics of Pregnancy, Choice, November, 1994.

Strum, Philippa, Brandeis: Beyond Progressivism, Law and Politics Book Review, October, 1994.

Saari, David J., Too much Liberty?: Perspectives on Freedom and the American Dream, Choice, June,
1995.

Schuetz, Janice, The Logic of Women on Trial:        Case Studi es of Popular American Trials, Choice,
September, 1995.

McMahon, Christopher, Authority and Democracy: A General Theory of Government and Management,
Choice, April, 1995.

Parekh, Bhikhu, Jeremy Bentham: Critical Assessments, Choice, September, 1994.

Lockhart, William B, et al., Constitutional Law: Cases-Comments-Questions, in The Law and Politics Book
Review, Spring, 1993.
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Norrie, Alan, Closure or Critique: New Directions in Legal Theory, Choice, July/August 1994.

Oakeshott, Michael, Morality and Politics in Modern Europe: The Harvard Lectures, Choice, April, 1994.

Oakeshott, Michael, Religion, Politics, and Moral Life, Choice, April, 1994.

Jacobs, Lesley A., Rights and Deprivation, Choice, March, 1994.

Jacobs, Lesley A., Rights and Deprivation, International Studies in Philosophy, v. 28, no. 2, 1996.

Gebhardt, Ju rgen , A m ericanism: Revolutionary Order of Societal Self-Interpretation in the American
Republic, in American Review of Politics, Autumn, 1993.

Bobbio, Norberto, Thomas Hobbes and the Natural Law Tradition, Choice, September, 1993.

Brennan, Geoffrey, Democracy and Decision: The Pure Theory of Electoral Preference, Choice, October,
1993.

Lowe, Walter, Theology and Difference: The Wound of Reason, Choice, January, 1994.

Fuller, Timothy, Michael Oakeshott: Religion, Politics, and the Moral Life, Choice.

Letwin, Shirley Robin, Mi chael Oakeshott:      Morality and Politics in Modern Europe, forthcoming in
Choice.

Chapman, John W. and Ian Shapiro, Democratic Community, Choice, November, 1993.

Gillman, Howard, The Constitution Besieged: The Rise and Demise of Lochner Era Police Power
Jurisprudence, The Law and Politics Book Review, v. 4, no. 1, January, 1994.

Rosen, F., Bentham, Byron and Greece:       Constitutionalism, Nationalism , and E arly Liberal Political
Thought, Choice, February, 1993.

Kaus, Mickey, The End of Equality, Choice, December, 1992.

Fishkin, James, The Dialogue of Justice, forthcoming in International Studies in Philosophy.

Flynn, Bernard, Political Philosophy at the Closure of Metaphysics, Choice, November, 1992.

Wiltshire, Susan Ford, Greece, Rome, and the Bills of Rights, Choice, May, 1993

Graber, Mark, Transforming Free Speech:       The A m bi guous Legacy of Civil Libertarianism, Journal of
Politics, November, 1992.

Finn, John, Constitutions in Crisis: Political Violence and the Rule of Law, Social Science Quarterly.

Ely, James, The Guardian of Every Other Right: A Consti tutional History of Property Rights, Law and
Politics Book Review, v. 2, no. 2, February, 1992.

Westbrook, Robert B, John Dewey and American Democracy, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXVI,
no. 2, 1994.

Schmidtz, David, The Limits of Government, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXXV, no. 3, 1993.
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     Dahl, Robert A., Democracy and its Critics, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXVI, no. 2, 1994.

     O’Connell, Francis A. Jr., Plant Closings:     Workers’ Rights, Management Rights, and the Law, Labor
     Studies Journal, Summer, 1992.

     Portz, John, The Politics of Plant Closings, Labor Studies Journal, Fall, 1992.

     Greenawalt, Kent, Speech, Crime, and the Uses of Language, American Political Science Review, v. 84, no.
     4, December, 1990.

     Capaldi, Nicholas, Out of Order: Affirmative Action and the Crisis of Doctrinaire Liberalism, International
     Studies in Philosophy, v. XXII, no. 2, 1990.

     Kruks, Sonia, Situation and Human Existence, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXIII, no. 3, 1991.

     Smith, Steven B., Hegel’s Criticism of Liberalism: Rights in Context, v. XXIV, no. 1, 1992, International
     Studies in Philosophy.

     Gillespie, Michael, Hegel, Heidegger, and the Ground of History, International Studies in Philosophy, v.
     XXI, no. 1 1989.

     Lakeland, Paul, The Politics of Salvation, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXI, no. 1 1989.

     Kosselleck, Reinhart, Critique and Crisis: Enlightenment and the Pathogenesis of Modern Society,
     International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXIII, no. 1, 1991.

     Herzog, Donald, Happy Slaves: A Critique of Consent Theory, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXII,
     no. 1, 1990.

     Ashcraft, Richard, Revolutionary Politics and Locke’s Two Treatises, International Studies in Philosophy, v.
     XXII, no. 2, 1990.

     Gould, Carol C., Rethinking Democracy, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXII, no 3, 1990.

     De Jasney, Anthony, The State, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXI, no. 3 1989.

     Winfield, Richard, Dien, Reason and Justice, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXIII, no. 1, 1991.

     Fishkin, James, Beyond Subjective Morality, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXI, no. 3 1989.

     Held, Virginia, Rights and Goods, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XX, no. 3, l988.

     Jackson, Michael W., Matters of Justice, International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXII, no. 3, 1990.

     Sheldon, Garrett Ward, The History of Political Theory: Ancient Greece to Modern America, in v. XXIV,
     no. 1, 1992, International Studies in Philosophy.

     Seery, John Evan, Political Returns: Irony in Politics and Theory from Plato to the Antinuclear Movement,
     International Studies in Philosophy, v. XXIII, no. 3, 1991.



Volunteer
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Legal
Member, Continuing Legal Education Board, State of Minnesota (Appointed by the Minnesota Supreme Court)
(1999 - 2005)

Member, MSBA Assembly (2005 - present)
Board Member, MSBA Civic Education Committee (2006 - present)
Member, MSBA Diversity Committee (2005 - 2006)

Member, MSBA Rules of Professional Conduct Committee (2005 - present)

Second District Ethics Committee (2002 - present)

Ex Officio Member, Administrative Law Council, Minnesota State Bar Association (1998 - present)

Member, Ramsey County Bar Association Board of Directors (2004 - present)

Member, Ramsey County Bar Association Legal Education Committee (1999 - present)

Chair, Ramsey County Bar Association Legal Education Committee (2003 - present)

Vice-President (1995), Treasurer, (1994-1995) , Legal Committee (1995), Minnesota Civil Liberties Union
       Minnesota Delegate to the American Civil Liberties Union national biennial conference (1995)

Vice President (1992 -1 9 9 3 ), Ch air of the Legal committee (1992-1993), South Texas Chapter of the American Civil
Liberties Union

Texas Delegate to the American Civil Liberties Union national biennial conference (1993).

Community Leadership
Acting Executive Director (1996); President (1995-1999); Vice-President (1994-1995)
       Registered Lobbyist (1994-present), Common Cause Minnesota.

Board Member, Treasurer, Minnesota Urban Coalition (2002 - 2003)

Advisory Member, Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs (2006 - present)

Board Member, Kids Vote St. Paul (2005 - present)

Vice-Chair Hampden Park Co-op (1994-1996)

Member, Board of Directors Grand Avenue Business Association (1995-1998)

Board M emb er (1 995- 1998); Land Use and Zoning Committee (1994-1998); District 16 Representative, Saint Paul
Residential & Economic Development Task Force (1995, 1997); District 16 Planning Council

Member Bexar County (San Antonio, Texas) Commissioner’s Court Finance Committee (1993-1994)
      Assisted in the preparation of an $80 million county criminal justice program

Member Saint Paul Housing Board of Appeals (1986-1989)


University Service

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Co-Chair, Faculty Senate, Hamline University (2007)

University Council, Hamline University (2000- 2001)

Chair, University Technology Committee, Hamline University (2001-2003)

Pre-Law Advisor, Trinity University (1991-1994)

Pre-Law Advisor, Gustavus Adolphus College (1989-1991)

Faculty Development Committee (1993-1994)

Secretary, Campus Publications Board (1992-1993)

Grants
Otto Bremer Foundation Grant (for Kids Vote, St. Paul) (2006).

Citizen Election Forum Grant, University of Wisconsin, River Falls (1998).

Faculty Development Research Grant, Trinity University (1992).



Awards
Who’s Who in the World, 2001, 1995; Who’s Who in America, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000;
Who’s Wh o in E d u cation, 1995; Who’s Who in American Education, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008; Who’s Who in the
South and Southwest, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1997-98; Who’s Who in the Midwest, 1997-98, 1992; Who’s Who in
American Law Schools, 1996-97, 1997-98; Who’s Who Amo ng Students in American Colleges/Universities, 1980,
1985.

Dr. and Mrs. Z.T. Scott Faculty Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching, nominee, 1993, Trinity University.

Swenson-Bunn Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence, nominee, 1990, Gustavus Adolphus College.

Best Paper given in Political Theory at the 1989 Northeastern Political Science Association Annual Convention.

Herbert H. Lehman fellowship, 1980.

Pi Sigma Alpha member of the National Political Science Honor Society.

M edia Relations

Host, “Minnesota Matters,” Air America Minnesota Radio (2006).

Frequent commentator on television, radio, and newspapers, including the Today Show (NBC), ABC News, CBS
News, Cox News Service, Charleston Daily News, Charleston Daily Mail, Florida Today, Newsweek, Radio Free
E u ro p e, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN MSNBC, Cincinnati Inquirer, Bloomsberg Wire Service,
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News, Austin American-Statesman, Manhattan South, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, St. Paul Pioneer-Press, St. Paul
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Television, WCCO radio, KSTP radio, KFAN radio, KARE -TV, KSTP television, FOX 29 News, WWOR radio,
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