Recent short articles by Tulane Law faculty on topics of popular interest, previously published in the Tulane Lawyer, our alumni magazine.
Professor Keith Werhan, excerpt from "The Classical Athenian Ancentry of American Freedom of Speech" (Tulane Lawyer, Fall 2009)
Professor Stephen Griffin, excerpt from "The Bush Presidency and Theories of Constitutional Change" (Tulane Lawyer, Summer 2009)
Professor Joel Friedman, School Integration Threatens Appeals Court, am excerpt from Prof. Friedman's authorized biography of John Minor Wisdom (Tulane Lawyer, Fall 2008)
Professor Catherine Hancock, Funeral Picketers and First Amendment History (Tulane Lawyer, Spring/Summer 2008)
Professor Tania Tetlow, Live From New Orleans (Tulane Lawyer, Fall/Winter 2007)
Professor Onnig H. Dombalagian, Licensing The Word On The Street: The SEC's Role In Regulating Information (Tulane Lawyer, Fall 2006/Spring 2007) Professor Jonathan Nash, Obtaining Definitive State Law Rulings In Federal Cases (Tulane Lawyer, Spring/Summer 2005) Professor Adam Babich, The Apolitical Clinic (Tulane Lawyer, Spring/Summer 2004) Professor Adeno Addis, Oh, That Veto Power (Tulane Lawyer, Spring/Summer 2003) Professor Daniel Posin, The Art of Mediating (Tulane Lawyer, Fall/Winter 2003) Professor Martin Davies, Impact of Digital Technology on Forum non Conveniens in International Litigation (Tulane Lawyer, Spring/Summer 2002) Professor Edward Sherman, The Disposition of Afghan War and Al Qaeda Prisoners (Fall 2002) Professor Paul Barron, Compulsory Arbitration of Consumer Disputes (Tulane Lawyer, Fall 2001)
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