R. Randall Bridwell, was the Strom Thurmond Professor of Law at the University of South Carolina. He holds a master's degree in law from Harvard University, a law degree from Southern Methodist University and a bachelor's degree from Midwestern University. At the Charleston School of Law, he teaches Admiralty, American Legal History and International Ocean Carriage, Payment Systems, and Documentary Transactions.
From Mad Joy to Misfortune: The Merger of Law and Politics in The World of Gambling, Miss. L.J. (2002)
Admiralty Contract Jurisdiction and Contract Liens Under American Law, II Whittier Law Rev. (1989)
Hard Law and Bad Cases: The Fourth Circuit Limits Civle RICO (with J.H. Cooper), Wake Forest Law Rev. (1987)
Judicial Dictatorship (1995)
Abandoned: The Odyssey of the American Middle Class Since World War II. (with William Quirck) (1991)
The Constitution and the Common Law: The Decline of the Doctrines of Seperation of Power and Federalism. (with Ralph U. Whitten) (1977)
Book Review: Tochau, Federal Courts in the Early Republic: Kentucky 1787-1816, Vanderbilt Law Review (1989)
Book Review: R. Berger, Government by Judiciary: The Transformation of the Fourteenth Amendment, Duke Law Journal (1978)
Papers, Symposia, etc.
Panelist, Problems of Southern Legal History, , Vanderbilt Symposium on the Legal History of the South (1978)
Mr. Nicholas Trott and the Proprietary Constitution,, delivered at the Reynolds Conference, Southern Studies Program, University of South Carolina (1977)
Current Problems in Jurisdictional Litigation in Admiralty,, presented at the annnual meeting of the South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association (1976)