Professor Samuel W. Calhoun joined Washington and Lee in 1978. His teaching focuses
on contracts, legal writing, commercial transactions, and the abortion controversy. He
received the Law Alumni Association Fellowship in Teaching Excellence in 2003-04 and the
John W. Elrod Law Alumni Association Fellowship in Teaching Excellence in 2007-08. 

Professor Calhoun's articles have appeared in a variety of law and historical
journals. He is admitted to practice in Georgia. 

Featured Works

Abortion Controversy

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Valuing Intrauterine Life, Regent University Law Review (1997)
 

Law & Religion

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Abraham Lincoln's Religion: The Case for His Ultimate Belief in a Personal, Sovereign God (with Lucas E. Morel), Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association (2012)
 

History

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Abraham Lincoln's Religion: The Case for His Ultimate Belief in a Personal, Sovereign God (with Lucas E. Morel), Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association (2012)
 

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Did Custer Obey?, Greasy Grass (1990)
 

Other Works

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A Tribute to Joseph Edward Ulrich (with Brian C. Murchison, Ross W. Krumm, James Jennings, Robert Connolly '80L, Rebecca Buehler Connelly '88L, Lyman Johnson, Ann MacLean Massie, Uncas McThenia, Joan M. Shaughnessy, and Sarah K. Wiant), Washington and Lee Law Review (2010)
 

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Critical Vendors: Line Breakers Par Excellence, Washington and Lee Law Review (2006)