Comparative Constitutional Law and Transitional Justice

Transitional Justice in Iraq: Learning the Hard Way, Israel Law Review (2014)

The relationship between transitional justice and democracy is fraught and complex, and nowhere more so...

 
Dignity Rights: Courts, Constitutions, and the Worth of the Human Person (2013)

The right to dignity is now recognized in most of the world's constitutions, and hardly...

 

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Dignity in the Service of Democracy (2011)

At a broad level, perhaps the most noticeable trend in Latin American constitutional law is...

 

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Environmental Human Rights: Paradigm of Indivisibility (2011)

While scholars may disagree as to the scope and depth of the indivisibility of rights,...

 

U.S. Constitutional Law

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Robinson Township: A Model for Environmental Constitutionalism (with James R. May), Widener Law Review -- forthcoming (2014)

In Robinson Township v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a plurality of the court held that a...

 

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Budget Numbers Affect People, Who Deserve Dignity, The News Journal (Wilmington, DE) (2012)
 

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Human Dignity in the Roberts Court: A Story of Inchoate Institutions, Autonomous Individuals, and the Reluctant Recognition of a Right, Ohio Northern University Law Review (2011)

Throughout its history, the Supreme Court has assumed that dignity is relevant to constitutional interpretation,...

 
Senate Debate Served Us All Well (with Paul Regan), News Journal (Wilmington DE) (2010)
 

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Garcetti in Delaware: New Limits on Public Employees' Speech, Delaware Law Review (2009)

In 2006, the Supreme Court decided Garcetti v Ceballos, 547 U.S. 410 (2006), which significantly...

 

Environmental Law

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Ten Good Practices in Environmental Constitutionalism: Structure, Text and Justiciability (with James R. May), Environmental Law at Widener Law Delaware White Paper (2014)

Environmental constitutionalism is a relatively recent phenomenon at the confluence of constitutional law, international law,...

 

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Robinson Township: A Model for Environmental Constitutionalism (with James R. May), Widener Law Review -- forthcoming (2014)

In Robinson Township v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a plurality of the court held that a...

 
The Future We Want and Constitutionally Enshrined Procedural Rights in Environmental Matters (with James R. May), Global Environmental Law At A Crossroads (2014)
 
The Ecuadorian Exemplar: The First Ever Vindications of Constitutional Rights of Nature, Review of European Community & International Environmental Law (2012)

The 'Sala de le Corte Provincial' - a provincial court in Ecuador - became the...

 

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Constitutional Protection for Environmental Rights: The Benefits of Environmental Process, International Journal of Peace Studies (2012)

More and more constitutions around the world -- from Bangladesh to Bolivia, and from the...

 

Constitutional Law

The Future We Want and Constitutionally Enshrined Procedural Rights in Environmental Matters (with James R. May), Global Environmental Law At A Crossroads (2014)
 
The Ecuadorian Exemplar: The First Ever Vindications of Constitutional Rights of Nature, Review of European Community & International Environmental Law (2012)

The 'Sala de le Corte Provincial' - a provincial court in Ecuador - became the...

 

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Constitutional Environmental Rights Worldwide (with James R. May), Principles of Constitutional Environmental Law (2011)
 

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Foreword - In Memory of Robert J. Lipkin (with James R. May and Robert L. Hayman), Widener Law Review (2010)

This is a foreword to a compendium of writings by our lost friend and colleague,...

 

Health Law and Policy

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Lawmakers Increasingly Undermining Roe v. Wade (with John G. Culhane), The News Journal (Wilmington, DE) (2013)
 

Legal Education

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Widener Adds Support for a State-Sponsored Law School, The News Journal (Wilmington, DE) (2014)
 

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