About Ellis Washington

* Ellis Washington: DePauw University (BM, 1983); University of Michigan (MM, 1986); John Marshall Law School (JD, 1994). Editor, University of Michigan Law Review (1989). Law clerk for the Rutherford Institute (1991). Professor of Political Science, Savannah State University, Law and political commentator, WorldNetDaily.com Freelance writer and lecturer specializing in constitutional law, legal history, legal and political philosophy, jurisprudence, Supreme Court, critical race theory, education and the law and legal feminist theory.
Selected Publications: THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS: ESSAYS ON LAW, RACE, POLITICS AND RELIGION (1999); BEYOND THE VEIL: ESSAYS IN THE DIALECTICAL STYLE OF SOCRATES (2000, 2004); THE INSEPARABILITY OF LAW AND MORALITY: THE CONSTITUTION, NATURAL LAW AND THE RULE OF LAW (2002); THE NUREMBERG TRIALS: LAST TRAGEDY OF THE HOLOCAUST (University Press of America, 2008); The Nuremberg Trials: The Death of the Rule of Law (In International Law), 49 LOYOLA L REV 471-518 (2003).

Positions

Present Faculty Member, Savannah State University
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Disciplines

Law

General Law (2)

Constitutional Law (2)

Professional Ethics (2)

Jurisprudence (2)

First Amendment (1)

Civil Rights and Discrimination (1)

Politics (1)

Education Law (1)

Human Rights Law (1)

Law and Society (1)

No Subject Area (1)