Professor Brian C. Murchison joined Washington and Lee in 1982, and he is the
Charles S. Rowe Professor of Law. His teaching and scholarship focus on administrative
law, mass media law, jurisprudence, torts, and contemporary problems in law and
journalism. 

Professor Murchison's articles have appeared in a variety of law and scholarly
publications. He is admitted to practice in Washington, D.C. 

Featured Works

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Anonymous Speech on the Internet, Amateur Media: Social, Cultural and Legal Perspectives (2013)
 

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Speech and the Self-Governance Value, William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal (2006)
 

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Speech and the Self-Realization Value, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review (1998)
 

First Amendment

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Anonymous Speech on the Internet, Amateur Media: Social, Cultural and Legal Perspectives (2013)
 

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Revisiting the American action for public disclosure of facts, New Dimensions in Privacy Law: International and Comparative Perspectives (2006)
 

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Speech and the Self-Governance Value, William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal (2006)
 

Administrative Law

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The Concept of Independence in Public Law, Emory Law Journal (1992)
 

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On Ripeness and 'Pragmatism' in Admininstrative Law, Administrative Law Review (1989)
 

Jurisprudence

Other Works

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A Tribute to Joseph Edward Ulrich, Washington and Lee Law Review (2010)