Articles

How the Separation of Powers Doctrine Shaped the Executive, University of Toledo Law Review (2009)
 

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The Federalist and the Lessons of Rome, Villanova University Legal Working Paper Series (2007)

Since the time of the Constitution’s framing, our intellectual canon has shifted so that the...

 

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Original Intent in the First Congress, Villanova University Legal Working Paper Series (2006)

Most of the literature on this country’s Founding Era concludes that at least in the...

 
Reining in Footnotes, Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing (2005)
 

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The Constitution and the Lessons of Rome, ExpressO (2004)

This article identifies all references in The Federalist to ancient Rome and explains them and...

 
Try Peer Teaching, The Law Teacher (2003)
 

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A Primer on Organ Donation, Journal of Law and Health (2003)
 

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Law Haiku, Legal Studies Forum (reprinting previously published haiku) (2003)
 
What the Legal Writing Faculty Can Learn from the Doctrinal Faculty, Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research & Writing (2003)
 
Teaching a Collaborative Seminar, The Law Teacher (2002)
 

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Life and Death: Stories of a Heart Transplant Patient, Real Property, Probate, and Trust Journal (2002)

This article argues that members of the legal profession and other lawmakers cannot fully understand...

 
Teachable Moments for Teachers…Why Law Review Students Write Poorly, Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research & Writing (2002)
 
Reading Out Loud in Class, Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research & Writing (2001)
 
Ask Your Students, Law Teacher (2001)
 
Materials for Teaching Plain English: The Jury Instructions in Palsgraf, Revisited, Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research & Writing (2000)
 
Review Sessions: Proceed Productively, The Law Teacher (1999)
 
Legal Research and the Summer Job: Advice from the Law School (with Pantaloni), Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research & Writing (included in The Best of Perspectives, 2001) (1999)
 
Teachable Moments for Teachers…Teaching Paragraphs, Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research & Writing (1999)
 

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The Trial of Charles I: A Sesquitricentennial Reflection, Constitutional Commentary (1999)

n 1649, Charles I, England's second Stuart king, became the only English ruler to be...

 
Cardozo’s Statement of Facts in Palsgraf, Revisited, Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research & Writing (1998)
 
Conducting Exit Interviews, Law Teacher (1998)
 
Teaching Oral Argument, Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research & Writing (included in The Best of Perspectives, 2001) (1998)
 
Advanced Legal Writing Courses: Comparing Approaches, Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research & Writing (1997)
 

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Getting Respect, Legal Writing: The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute (1997)
 
Automobile Lemon Laws: An Annotated Bibliography, Loyola Consumer Law Reporter (1996)
 

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Avoiding Violent Words, Connecticut Law Review (1992)
 

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Homelessness: Introduction and Bibliography, Villanova Law Review (1991)
 
Future Interest Haiku, North Carolina Law Review (1989)
 

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Vietnam Haiku, Cornell Law Review (1989)
 

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Supreme Court Haiku, New York University Law Review (1986)
 

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The Citing of Law Reviews by the Supreme Court: An Empirical Study (with Jeffrey Margulies), UCLA Law Review (1986)
 
Deficiency Judgments in Pennsylvania: A Reply, Villanova Law Review (1985)
 

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Constitutional Dimensions of Church Property Disputes, Washington University Law Quarterly (1981)
 

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Agencies in Conflict: Overlapping Agencies and the Legitimacy of The Administrative Process, Vanderbilt Law Review (Reprinted in Hearings before the Subcommittee on Consumer and Monetary Affairs of the House Government Operations Committee on Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Oversight, February 18, 1982) (1980)
 

Books

Legal Research, 2nd ed. (with Schultz) (2001)
 

Contributions to Books

Jones v. Wolf, Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties (2006)
 
Ask Your Students, Teaching the Law School Curriculum (2004)
 
Helping Students to Become Reflective Learners and Lawyers (with Nancy Schultz), Active Teaching and Learning (2004)
 
Day-to-Day Feedback for Students and Teachers, Assessment, Feedback, and Evaluation (2000)
 
Teaching Professionalism, Fresh Looks at Teaching and Learning Law (1999)
 
Springtime for Migros: Consumer Cooperatives in Switzerland, Making Change? Learning from Europe's Consumer Cooperatives (1985)
 
How to Talk Back to the Telephone Company: Playing the Telephone Game to Win, Reverse the Charges: How to Save $$$ on Your Phone Bill (1981)
 
Horse-Trading with Ma Bell: Who Benefits?, Telecommunications Policy and the Citizen (1979)
 

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