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About David A Schultz

David Schultz is Hamline University professor in the School of Business where he teaches classes in government ethics, public policy, and public administration. He also holds appointments in the Hamline University Department of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science, where he teaches classes on crime, criminal procedure, and policing, and at the Minnesota Law School where he teaches election law, professional responsibility, and state constitutional law. David is also a senior fellow at the Institute of Law and Politics at the University of Minnesota Law School. Professor Schultz is the author of 24 books, 12 legal treatises on eminent domain, and over 70 articles on various aspects of law, ethics, public policy, and the media and politics. His most recent publications include: Encyclopedia of Civil Liberties in America (M.E. Sharpe), the Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court (Facts on File, Inc), and Lights, Camera, Campaign Media, Politics, and Political Advertising (Peter Lang Publishing). He is currently working on his forthcoming Encyclopedia of the United States Constitution (Facts on File, Inc.) and the Encyclopedia of the First Amendment (Congressional Quarterly Press). David is admitted to practice before the Minnesota state and federal district court bars and before the United States Supreme Court where he has participated in several briefs.

Positions

Present Senior Fellow, Institute on Law and Politics, University of Minnesota School of Law
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Present Professor, School of Business, Hamline University, Hamline University
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Curriculum Vitae


Disciplines

Law


Contact Information

David Schultz
School of Business
570 Asbury Street, Suite 305
St. Paul, M 55105

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Constitutional Law (12)

Law and Society (5)

Politics (12)