Miguel Schor Profile

 

Professor of Law

515-271-4184
miguel.schor@drake.edu

Areas of Expertise

Constitutional Law, Comparative Constitutionalism, Latin American Studies

Education

MA – Tulane University
JD – Tulane University
BA – Tulane University

Selected Publications

  • The Other Path of Constitutionalism, 50 Tulsa Law Review 469 (2015).
  • The Once and Future Democracy: Argentina at the Bar of Constitutionalism, in The Social and Political Foundations of Constitutions (Cambridge University Press, 2013).
  • Contextualizing the Debate Between Originalism and the Living Constitution, 59 Drake Law Review 961 (2011).
  • The Strange Cases of Marbury and Lochner in the Constitutional Imagination, 87 Texas Law Review 1463 (2009).
  • Judicial Review and American Constitutional Exceptionalism, 46 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 535 (2008).

Significant Accomplishments

  • Presenter: The Federalist as a Primer on Constitutional Design: Separation of Powers and Written Constitutionalism (Indiana University Center for Constitutional Democracy, Bloomington, IN, April 7, 2016).
  • Presenter: The Federalist as a Primer on Constitutional Design: An Essay on Separation of Powers and Written Constitutionalism (Suffolk University Law School Faculty Workshop, Boston, MA, March 24, 2016).
  • Presenter: What, if anything, can/should be learned from Publius by foreign readers in the 21st century? (Federalist in the 21st Century Conference, University of Texas, Austin, TX, Jan. 23, 2016).
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Law School News
December 11, 2017
The Iowa Taxpayers Association announced Dillon Malone, a third-year student at Drake Law School, as the recipient of the 2017 Linda S. Weindruch Scholarship.
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