|Present||Co-Director, International Human Rights Clinic, UIC John Marshall Law School|
|Present||Director, Community Legal Clinics, UIC John Marshall Law School|
|Present||Professor, UIC John Marshall Law School|
Honors and Awards
- ConLawProf Blog (Steven D. Schwinn, co-creator and co-editor) named to ABA Top 100 Blawgs, ABA Journal (Dec. 2016)
- Constitutional Law
- Comparative Constitutional Law and Human Rights
- Lawyering Skills I
UIC John Marshall Law School
The University of Illinois at Chicago
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Basic Legal Research Workbook Revised, Fifth Edition Books (2016)
With a balance of online and traditional print sources, the Fifth Edition of BASIC LEGAL RESEARCH WORKBOOK encourages independent, experiential learning. Proven effective in the classroom, the authors’ carefully developed problems gradually progress from introductory ...
Contributions to Books (6)
The Strange Politics of Medicaid Expansion, 47 J. Marshall L. Rev. 947 (2014) The John Marshall Law Review (2014)
This paper first outlines the Medicaid program, Medicaid expansion in the PPACA, and the Court’s ruling on Medicaid expansion in NFIB. It next explores the impacts of the opposition to Medicaid expansion. In particular, it ...
The Framers' Federalism and the Affordable Care Act, 44 Conn. L. Rev. 1071 (2012) Faculty Scholarship (2012)
Federalism challenges to the Affordable Care Act ("ACA") are inspired by the relatively recent resurgence in federalism concerns in the Supreme Court's jurisprudence. Thus, ACA opponents seek to leverage the Court-created distinction between encouragement and ...
State Secrets, Open Justice, and the Criss-Crossing Evolution of Privilege in the United States and United Kingdom L’Observateur des Nations Unies (2010)
This essay argues that the state secrets privilege in the United States and public interest immunity in the United Kingdom have evolved in exactly the opposite direction. Thus the United States state secret privilege has ...