Admitted to practice in Iowa and Virginia; Frances Lewis Scholar in Residence,
Washington and Lee University, fall 1987; Robert E. R. Huntley Professor of Law and
Director of Frances Lewis Law Center, 1988-91; Robert E. R. Huntley Professor of Law,
1991-. 

Briefs

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Scholars’ Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Support of Neither Party: Petrella v. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (with Douglas Laycock and Mark P. Gergen), Faculty Scholarship (2014)
 

Articles

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Collection of Student Loans: A Critical Examination (with Scott Weingart), Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice (2014)
 

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Collecting a Libel Tourist's Defamation Judgment?, Washington and Lee Law Review (2010)
 

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Common Law Punitive Damages: Something for Everyone?, Symposium, University of St. Thomas Law Journal (2010)
 

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Restating Restitution: The Restatement Process and Its Critics, Symposium, Washington and Lee Law Review (2008)
 

Books

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Remedies: Cases and Materials (with Caprice L. Roberts) (2011)
 

Book Chapters

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A Plea to Reject the United States Supreme Court's Due-Process Review of Punitive Damages, The Law of Remedies: New DIrections in the Common Law (2010)
 

SSRN Publications

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Remedies: A Guide for the Perplexed, SSRN Publication (2013)
 

Academic Conferences, Workshops & Presentations

United States Analogies to Anton Piller, International Law Section, American Bar Association (2011)
 
Rebirth of the Irreparable Injury, Panelist, Association of American Law Schools, Remedies Section Program (2011)
 
The Measurement of Restitution, Panalist, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting (2010)
 
The Asset-Freezing Injunction: Freezing the Fugitive Fraudster's Funds, Panelist, Association of American Law Schools, Remedies Section Program (2010)
 
Punitive Damages - Something for Everyone?, Keynote Speaker, University of St. Thomas Law Journal Fall 2009 Symposium, Exxon Valdez Revisted: Rights and Remedies (2009)