From 2005-2006 Professor Spiropoulos was the Senior Counselor to the Speaker of the
Oklahoma House of Representatives, where his duties included serving as chief policy
advisor and negotiator. Professor Spiropoulos clerked for Judge Danny Boggs of the United
States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and practiced law with the Chicago firm of
Gardner, Carton & Douglas before joining the faculty. He has been a Heritage
Foundation Salvatori Fellow and is an adjunct scholar with the Oklahoma Council of Public
Affairs. He was the reporter for the Uniform Interstate Enforcement of Domestic-Violence
Protection Orders Act. 

Professor Spiropoulos received his B.A. degree from Carleton College and his M.A. and
J.D. degrees from the University of Chicago (Phi Beta Kappa). He teaches Constitutional
Law, Legislation, State and Local Government, and Legal Analysis. 

Articles

Tocqueville and the American Amalgam, 11 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 103-124 (2013)
 

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All I Really Need to Know I Learned from Von Creel, 36 Oklahoma City University Law Review 29-31 (2011)
 

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Reaction or Reformation?: Leo Strauss and American Constitutional Law, 4 Northwestern Interdisciplinary Law Review 1-37 (2011)
 

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Rights Done Right: A Critique of Libertarian Originalism, 78 University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review 661-704 (2010)
 

Contributions to Books

The Enumeration Clause, The Heritage Guide to the Constitution (2005)
 
The Flag Protection Act of 1989, Major Acts of Congress (2004)
 
Free to Choose: Leveling the Playing Field for Non-Union Educators, Oklahoma Policy Blueprint: An Action Plan for Advancing Economic and Educational Freedom (2002)
 
It All Starts at the Top: Reforming Oklahoma's Executive Branch, Oklahoma Policy Blueprint: An Action Plan for Advancing Economic and Educational Freedom (2002)