Russell A. Miller joined the Washington and Lee law faculty in 2008. His teaching
and scholarly research focuses on comparative law theory and methods, comparative
constitutional law, German law and legal culture, and public international law.
Previously, he taught at the University of Idaho College of Law and has been a guest
professor in Germany 

Books

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Progress in International Organization (with Rebecca Bratspies) (2008)
 

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Annual of German & European Law 2004/2005 (with Peer C. Zumbansen) (2007)
 

Book Chapters

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Introduction - Comparative Law as Transnational Law: A Decade of the German Law Journal (with Peer Zumbansen), Comparative Law as Transnational Law (2011)
 

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Das Bundesverfassungsgericht: Procedure, Practice and Policy of the German Federal Constitutional Court (with Donald P. Kommers), Constitutional Courts: A Comparative Study (2009)
 

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Comparative Law and Germany's Militant Democracy, US National Security, Intelligence, and Democracry: The Legacy of the Church Committee (2008)
 

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Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (online) (2008)
 

Articles and Reviews

Balancing Security and Liberty in Germany, Journal of National Security Law (2010)
 

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Clinton, Ginsberg, and Centrist Federalism, Indiana Law Journal (2010)
 
Collective Discursive Democracy and International Law Personality for Transnational Enterprises, Proceedings of the European Society of International Law (2010)
 

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Germany's Basic Law and the Use of Force, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies (2010)
 

Essays, Editorials and Notes

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Differencing Same-Sex Marriage, International Journal of Constitutional Law Blog (2013)
 

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The German Constitutional Court and Europe, International Journal of Constitutional Law Blog (2012)
 

Presentations

German's Plural Legal Culture, JurisDiversitas Symposium, Swiss Institute for Comparative Law (2013)
 
The Constitutional Framework for Germany Democracy, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies/Goethe Institute (2013)