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Faculty Scholarship

Our faculty are committed to on-going scholarship to advance the legal profession and enhance classroom teaching.

Drake Law faculty are experts in a wide range of legal topics. Our professors have published books, articles, and reviews in addition to presenting at conferences and serving on panels.

Here is a highlight of Drake Law School faculty's recent achievements:


Keith Miller, The Law of Gambling and Regulated Gaming (3d ed., Carolina Academic Press, 2021) (co-author).

Matthew Doré, Iowa Practice Series, Vol. 5 and 6: Business Organizations (annual editions, Thomson West, 2018-2021).

Danielle Shelton, Karen Wallace and Melissa Weresh, Legal Analysis and Writing: An Active-Learning Approach and accompanying teacher’s manual (Wolters Kluwer, 2020). 

John Edwards, Basic Legal Research Workbook (Rev. 5th ed., Wolters Kluwer 2020) (co-author). 

Keith Miller, The Law of Regulated Gambling: A Practical Guide for Business Lawyers,  Editor and contributing author (American Bar Association, Gaming Law Committee of Business Law Section, 2020).

Laurie K. Doré, Iowa Practice Series, Vol. 7: Evidence (annual editions, Thomson West, 2016-2020).

Robert Rigg, Iowa Practice Series, Vol. 4: Criminal Law (annual editions, Thomson West, 2016-2020).

Andrew Jurs, Expert Evidence (Carolina Academic Press 2019).

Jerry Anderson, Property Law: Practice, Problems and Perspectives (2d ed., Wolters Kluwer 2019) (co-author).

Keith Miller, Sports Wagering in America: Policies, Economics, and Regulation (UNLV Gaming Press 2018) (co-author).

Jerry Anderson, Environmental Law Practice (4th ed., Carolina Academic Press, 2018).

Jerry Anderson, Environmental Law Practice: Problems and Exercises for Skills Development (4th ed., Carolina Academic Press 2018) (co-author).

Miguel Schor, Comparative Constitutional Theory (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018) (co-editor).

John Edwards, Karen Wallace & Melissa Weresh, Iowa Legal Research (2d ed., Carolina Academic Press, 2016).

John Edwards, Basic Legal Research Workbook (5th ed., Wolters Kluwer, 2016) (co-author).

Keith Miller, The Law of Gambling and Regulated Gaming (2d ed., Carolina Academic Press, 2016) (co-author).

John Edwards, Basic Legal Research Workbook (Rev. 4th ed., Wolters Kluwer, 2015) (co-author).

Mark Kende, Comparative Constitutional Law: South African Cases and Materials in a Global Context (Carolina Academic Press, 2015).

Karen Wallace & Melissa Weresh, Legal Research Supplement: Exercises on Lexis Advance (4th eBook ed., Lexis/Nexis, 2015).


Jeremy Kidd, Social Media, Securities Markets, and the Phenomenon of Expressive Trading, 25 Lewis & CLark L. Rev. 1223 (2021), (with John Anderson and George Mocsary.)

Jennifer Zwagerman, Agriculture & Data Privacy: I Want A Hipaa(Potamus) For Christmas . . . Maybe, 8 Tex. A&M L. Rev. 685 (2021).

Keith Miller, Sports Betting Integrity at Risk: The Role of the Wire Act, 61 Santa Clara L. Rev. 247 (2021).

Anthony Gaughan, James Madison, Citizens United, and the Constitutional Problem of Corruption, American University Law Review 69 (2020): 1485-1539 (symposium).

Anthony Gaughan, American Democracy Is Healthier Than It Appears, Boston University Law Review Online 100 (2020): 249-267 (symposium).

Anthony Gaughan, The Close Margins Problem: How Abolishing the Electoral College Could Create a Future Election Crisis, Idaho Law Review 56 (2020): 183-191 (symposium).

Mark Bennett, “Earwitnesses”: Dangerous Misidentification Lurks in Fed. R. Evid. 901(b)(5) and Supreme Court Precedent in Light of Empirical Social Science, 44 Law & Psychol. Rev. 1 (2020).

Mark Bennett, Federal Sentencing: A Judge’s Personal Sentencing Journey Told Through the Voices of Offenders He Sentenced, 26 Wash. & Lee J. Civil Rts. & Soc. Just. 461 (2020).

Erin Lain, I think I can: How self-efficacy and self-regulation impacts Black and Latinx bar examinees, Indiana Journal of Law & Society Equality (2020).

Keith Miller, Moving Faster than the Speed of Regulation: Can State-Authorized Sports Wagering Dodge a Game-Fixing Bullet without the Help of the Feds?, 30 Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport 85 (2020) (co-author). 

Miguel Schor, Democracy and Scholarly Fashions, 68 Drake Law Review (2020).

Miguel Schor, Foreword: Is It Time to Amend the Constitution?, 68 Drake Law Review (2020).

Allen Vestal, Faithfully Enforcing the Religious Liberty Guarantees of the Northwest Territory States, 34 Brigham Young J. Pub. L. 403 (2020).

Melissa Weresh, Ethos in the Intersection: Classical Insights for Contemporary Application, 20 Nevada L. J. (2020).

Melissa Weresh, Treating Professionals Professionally: Requiring Security of Position for All Skills-Focused Faculty Under ABA Accreditation Standard 405(c) and Eliminating 405(d), 98 Oregon L. Rev. 1 (2020) (co-author).

Natalie Banta, Digital Asset Planning for Minors, Probate & Property, Jan.-Feb. 2019, at 44.

Natalie Banta, Electronic Wills and Digital Assets: Reassessing Formality in the Digital Age, 71 Baylor Law Review 547 (2019).

Natalie Banta, Minors and Digital Asset Succession, 104 Iowa Law Review 1699 (2019).

Mark Bennett, A Judge’s Attempt at Sentencing Inconsistency After Booker, 41 Cardozo L. Rev. 243 (2019).

Matt Doré, Lifting the Veil on Iowa Piercing Jurisprudence and Suggestions for Reform, 67 Drake L. Rev. 619 (2019).

Anthony Gaughan, Chester Arthur's Ghost: A Cautionary Tale of Campaign Finance Reform, 71 Mercer Law Review (2019) (symposium).

Anthony Gaughan, Notice, Due Process, and Voter Registration Purges, 67 Cleveland State Law Review 485 (2019).

Anthony Gaughan, Putin's Revenge:  The Foreign Threat to American Campaign Finance Law, 62 Howard Law Journal 855 (2019) (symposium).

Jerry Anderson, Neil Hamilton, Aldo Leopold, and the Ethics of Conservation, 24 Drake Journal of Agricultural Law 199 (2019).

Anthony Gaughan, Was the Democratic Nomination Rigged? A Reexamination of the Clinton-Sanders Presidential Race, 29 University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy 309 (2019).

Andrew Jurs, Disruption to Disaster: The Case Study of For-Profit Legal Education in Riaz Tejani's Law Mart, 94 St. John's L. Rev. (2019) (book review).

Mark Kende, Digital Platforms, the First Amendment, and Democratic Dysfunction, 68 Drake L. Rev. (2019).

David McCord, A Statistical Analysis of Predictors Associated With the Dramatic Decline in Death Sentences in the United States in the Last Two Decades, 3 Journal of Criminal Justice & Law 1-20 (2019)(co-author).

David McCord, Differentiating Higher-Level Homicides: An Empirical Analysis of the Impacts of Legal Definitions in the Real World, Plus an Illumination of the Under-studied Crime of Second-Degree Murder, 67 Drake L. Rev. 679 (2019) (with co-author).

Keith Miller, Point/Counterpoint: Sports Leagues’ Rights to be Compensated for Sports Wagering, 23 Gaming L. Rev. 154 (2019).

Keith Miller, State Lotteries and Their Customers, 9 UNLV Gaming L.J. 177 (2019).

Robert Rigg, Patient One: An Exploration of Criminal Justice and Mental Health, 16 Ind. Health L. Rev. 67 (2019).

Danielle Shelton, Discovery of Expert Witnesses:  Amending Rule 26(b)(4)E to Limit Expert Fee Shifting and Reduce Litigation Abuses, 49 Seton Hall L. Rev. 475 (2019).

Allan Vestal, “No person . . . shall ever be molested on account of his mode of worship or religious sentiments . . .”: The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 and Strader v. Graham, 102 Marq. L. Rev. 1087 (2019).

Allan Vestal, Vindication: Varnum v. Brien at Ten Years, 67 Drake L.R. 463 (2019).

Melissa Weresh, Assessment, Collaboration, and Empowerment: Team-Based Learning, 68 J. Legal Educ. 303 (2019).

Melissa Weresh, Two Sides of the Coin–Exploring Dyadic Emotions in Immigration and Alienage Jurisprudence, 54 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1197 (2019).

Jennifer Zwagerman, Beyond the Law: What I Learned about Agricultural Law, Mentoring, Teaching, and Success from Professor Neil Hamilton, 24 Drake J. Agric. L. 287 (2019).

Jennifer Zwagerman, Navigating the Maize of Biotech Regulation in the Food Industry, SciTech Lawyer, Vol. 15, Issue 2 (Winter 2019), pp. 4-9.

Mark Bennett, Addicted to Incarceration: A Federal Judge Reveals Shocking Truths About Federal Sentencing, 87 U.M.K.C.  L. Rev. 3 (2018).

Mark Bennett, Getting Clamorous About The Silence Penalty, 103 Iowa L. Rev. Online 1 (2018) (Commentary on Jeffery Bellin, The Silence Penalty, 103 Iowa L. Rev. 395 (2018)). 

Mark Bennett, Looking Criminal and the Presumption of Dangerousness: Afrocentric Facial Features, Skin Tone, and Criminal Justice, 51 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 745 (2018) (co-author). 

Mark Bennett, Slumping: The Eighth Circuit’s Supreme Court Batting Average in Federal-Sentencing Cases, 19 J. App. Prac. & Process 53 (2018). 

Anthony Gaughan, Compassion and Common Sense: A Judicial Biography of Ronald Longstaff, 66 Drake Law Review 585 (2018).

Andrew Jurs, A Tale of Two Dauberts: Discriminatory Effects of Scientific Reliability Screening, 79 Ohio State Law Journal 1107 (2018) (co-author).

Mark Kende, Obscenity and Free Speech Issues in Hong Kong, with a Comparative U.S. Perspective, 46 Georgia J. Int'l & Comp. L. 317 (2018) (co-author). 

Erin Lain, Racialized Interactions in the Law School Classroom: Pedagogical Approaches to Creating a Safe Learning Environment, 67 Journal of Legal Education 780 (2018).

Keith Miller, Regulatory Models for Sports Wagering: The Debate between Federal and State Oversight, 8 UNLV Gaming L.J. 153 (2018).

Julia Steggerda-Corey, Note, Sharia Law in American Courts: A Necessary Measure to Protect Muslim Women, 66 Drake L. Rev. 733 (2018).

Allan Vestal, “In the name of Heaven, don’t force men to hear prayers”: Religious Liberty and the Constitutions of Iowa, 65 Drake L.R. 355 (2018).

Allan Vestal, Religious State Constitution Preambles, 123 Penn St. L. Rev. 151 (2018).

Allan Vestal, Removing State Constitution Badges of Inferiority, 22 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1151 (2018).

Melissa Weresh, Gauzy Allegory and the Construction of Gender, 25 William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender and Social Justice 7 (2018).

Melissa Weresh, Wait, What?: Harnessing the Power of Redirection in Persuasion, 15 Legal Comm. & Rhetoric: JALWD 81 (2018). 

Jennifer Zwagerman, Proactive Policies: Building the Farm Bill of the Future Through New Collaborations and Perspectives, 14 Journal of Food Law & Policy 72 (2018).

David McCord, Lethal Rejection: An Empirical Analysis of the Astonishing Plunge in Death Sentences in the United States from their Post-Furman Peak, 81 Albany Law Review 1 (2018) (co-author).

Mark Kende, Two Decades of Obscenity and Free Speech Issues in Hong Kong, With a U.S. Comparative Perspective, 46 Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 317 (2018) (co-author).

Natalie Banta, Property Interests in Digital Assets: The Rise of Digital Feudalism, 38 Cardozo Law Review 1099 (2017).

Anthony Gaughan, Illiberal Democracy: The Toxic Mix of Fake News, Hyperpolarization, and Partisan Election Administration, 12 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy 57 (2017).

Anthony Gaughan, Trump, Twitter, and the Russians: The Growing Obsolescence of Federal Campaign Finance Law, 27 Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal 79 (2017).

Mark Kende, The Unmasking of Balancing and Proportionality Review in U.S. Constitutional Law, 25 Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law 417 (2017).

Jennifer Zwagerman, Recognizing Challenges and Opportunities in The Quest to End Hunger, 4 Texas A&M Law Review 315 (2017).

Natalie Banta, Death and Privacy in the Digital Age, 94 North Carolina Law Review 927 (2016).

Andrea Charlow, The Future of Law Review Platforms, 32 Touro Law Review 259 (2016).

Anthony Gaughan, The 40-Year War on Money in Politics: Watergate, FECA, and the Future of Campaign Finance Reform, 77 Ohio State Law Journal 791 (2016).

Anthony Gaughan, Ramshackle Federalism: America’s Archaic and Dysfunctional Presidential Election System, 85 Fordham Law Review 1021 (2016).

Andrew Jurs, Expert Prevalence, Persuasion and Price: What Trial Participants Really Think About Experts, 91 Indiana Law Journal 353 (2016).

Mark Kende, Corruption Cases and Separation of Powers in South African and U.S. Supreme Court Cases, 60 New York Law School Law Review 183 (2016).

Erin Lain, Experiences of Academically Dismissed Black and Latino/a Law Students: Stereotype Threat, Fight or Flight Coping Mechanisms, Isolation and Feelings of Systemic Betrayal, 45 Journal of Law & Education 279 (2016).

Maura Strassberg, Can We Still Criminalize Polygamy: Strict Scrutiny of Polygamy Laws Under State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts After Hobby Lobby, 2016 University of Illinois Law Review 1605 (2016).

Allan Vestal, The Other Lawyer in the Courtroom: The Prosecutor in To Kill a Mockingbird, 86 Mississippi Law Journal 167 (2016).

Melissa Weresh, Stars upon Thars: Evaluating the Discriminatory Impact of ABA Standard 405(c) "Tenure-Like" Security of Position, 34 Law & Inequality 137 (2016).

Melissa Weresh, What the Best Law Teachers Do, 12 Legal Communication & Rhetoric: JALWD 293 (2015).

Melissa Weresh, Rectifying Renda: Amending the Iowa Administrative Procedure Act to Remove the Legal Fiction of Legislative Delegation of Interpretive Authority, 63 Drake Law Review 591 (2015) (co-author).

Jerry Anderson, The Divergent Evolution of English Property Law, Probate & Property, Sept.-Oct. 2015, at 50. 

Andrea Charlow, There's No Place Like Home: Temporary Absences in the UCCJEA Home State, 28 Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers 25 (2015).

Laurie K. Doré, If You Build It, Will They Come? Designing Iowa’s New Expedited Civil Action Rule and Related Civil Justice Reforms, 63 Drake Law Review 401 (2015).

Anthony Gaughan, A Delicate Balance: Liberty and Security in the Age of Terrorism, 63 Drake Law Review 1015 (2015).

Anthony Gaughan, Collateral Damage and the Laws of War: D-Day as a Case Study, 55 American Journal of Legal History 229 (2015).

Anthony Gaughan, In Defense of McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission, 24 Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 221 (2015).

Andrew Jurs, An Overreaction to a Nonexistent Problem: Empirical Analysis of Tort Reform from the 1980s to 2000s, 3 Stanford Journal of Complex Litigation 62 (2015) (co-author).

Andrew Jurs, The Gatekeeper’s Toolbox: A Survey on Judicial Handling of Expert Reliability Motions, 51 Court Review 8 (2015).

Keith Miller, The Utility and Limits of Self-Exclusion Programs, 6 UNLV Gaming Law Journal (2015).

Miguel Schor, The Other Path of Constitutionalism, 50 Tulsa Law Review 469 (2015).

Maura Strassberg, Scrutinizing Polygamy: Utah’s Brown v. Buhman and British Columbia’s Reference Re: Section 293, 64 Emory Law Journal 1815 (2015).

Allan Vestal, Disenthralling Ourselves…Notes from My Final Year as Dean, 46 University of Toledo Law Review 407 (2015).

Allan Vestal, The Lingering Bigotry of State Constitution Religious Tests, 15 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class 55 (2015).

Karen Wallace & Rebecca Lutkenhaus, Assessing the Effectiveness of Single-Session Legal Research Skill Instruction Through Pre- and Post-Testing: A Case Study, 107 Law Library Journal 57 (2015).

Karen Wallace, Does the Past Predict the Future?: An Empirical Analysis of Recent Iowa Supreme Court Use of Legislative History as a Window into Statutory Construction in Iowa, 63 Drake Law Review 239 (2015).


Jennifer Zwagerman, Agroecology in Food Transparency: Labels and Certifications, in Food System Transparency (ed. Adam Friedlander and Gabrielle Steier) (CRC Press, 2021).

Anthony Gaughan, The Influence of Technology on Presidential Primary Campaigns, in The Best Candidate: Presidential Nomination in Polarized Times (Eugene Mazo and Michael Dimino, eds.,) (Cambridge University Press, 2020), 309-29.

Suzan Pritchett, Rewritten Judicial Opinion: Matter of A-B-, 27 I&N Dec. 316 (A.G. 2018), in Feminist Judgments: Re-written Family Law Opinions (Feminist Judgment Series)(Rachel Rebouche, ed., Cambridge University Press) (2020).

Miguel Schor, Introduction and Constitutional Dialogue and Judicial Supremacy, in Comparative Constitutional Theory (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018).

Maura Strassberg, Scrutinizing Polygamy Under Religious Freedom Restoration Acts, in The Contested Place of Religion in Family Law (Robin Fretwell Wilson ed., Cambridge University Press 2018).

Melissa Weresh, Development Toward Professionalism and the Formation of an Ethical Professional Identity to Become an Effective Lawyer, in Legal Ethics, Professional Responsibility, and The Legal Profession (Hornbook Series, West Academic 2018) (with Neil W. Hamilton).

Maura Strassberg, Distinguishing Polygyny and Polyfidelity Under the Criminal Law, in The Polygamy Question (Utah State Press, 2016).

Maura Strassberg, Scrutinizing Polygamy: Utah’s Brown v. Buhman and British Columbia’s Reference Re: Section 293, in Beyond Same Sex Marriage: Perspectives on Marital Possibilities (ed. Ronald C. Den Otter, Lexington Books, 2016).


Ellen Yee, School Food: Procurement, Labor, and Education, 5th Annual Yale Food Systems Symposium, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, CT (Feb. 23, 2018).

Andrew Jurs, Daubert After 25 Years: A Prospective Look at the Next Great Challenges in Expert Reliability, The Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA (Jan. 6, 2018).

Matthew Doré, Piercing the Entity Veil, Business Law CLE, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA (Nov. 3, 2017). 

Neil Hamilton and Jennifer Zwagerman, What is Food Law & Policy, and Why Should an Ag Law Attorney Care?, 38th Annual American Agricultural Law Association Educational Symposium, Louisville, KY (Oct. 28, 2017).

Ellen Yee, Proposed Changes to Model Rule 8.4(g), 2017 Labor and Employment Law Seminar, Johnston, IA (Oct. 20, 2017).

Rebecca Lutkenhaus and Karen Wallace, It’s Hard to Collaborate with Your Foot on My Throat, 2017 Joint Annual Meeting of MAALL, LLAW, MichALL, MALL, and CALL, Milwaukee, WI (Oct. 19, 2017).

Mark Kende, Provincial Boundary Revisions in South Africa and the Right to Political Participation in Comparative Perspective, 2017 Wisconsin Discussion Group on Constitutionalism, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI (Oct. 6, 2017).

Andrew Jurs, Daubert v Frye: The Evolving Standards for Expert Testimony, Annual Judicial Symposium on Civil Justice Issues, Arlington, VA (May 22, 2017).

Keith Miller, Perspectives on Fantasy Sports and E-Sports, "Athletes, Sports Law, and Policy—An Interdisciplinary Symposium," Stanford Law School, Stanford, CA (May 6, 2017).

Mark Kende, The U.S. Supreme Court’s First Amendment Refusal to Protect Children Regarding Sexually Explicit Speech on the Internet, Digitization and the Law Conference, Würzburg, Germany (May 5, 2017).

Anthony Gaughan, Trump, Twitter, and the Russians: The Growing Obsolescence of Federal Campaign Finance Law, University of Missouri School of Law, Columbia, MO (April 28, 2017).

David McCord, Lethal Rejection: An Empirical Analysis of the Astonishing Plunge in Death Sentences in the United States from their Post-Furman Peak, University of Nebraska College of Law, Lincoln, NE (March 28, 2017).

Keith Miller, A Uniform Framework for the Regulation of Sports Betting, 21st Annual Fordham Sports Law Forum Symposium, Fordham University School of Law, New York, NY (March 24, 2017).

Anthony Gaughan, Election Administration and Reform after 2016, Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy Symposium on Voting Rights in Polarized America, Duke University Law School, Durham, NC (Feb. 17, 2017).

Jennifer Zwagerman, Ethics: Transitions and Succession, NBI CLE: "Iowa Farm Business Tax Strategies, Regulatory Changes, Succession Planning and More," Cedar Rapids, IA (Dec. 20, 2016).

Anthony Gaughan, The Campaign Finance Crystal Ball: Predicting Future Cases, Council on Government Ethics Laws Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA (Dec. 11, 2016).

Mark Kende, The Surprising Proportion of Proportionality Review in U.S. Supreme Court Constitutional Decisions, Midwest Law and Society Retreat, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI (Nov. 19, 2016).

Jennifer Zwagerman, The Past, Present and Future of GMO Labeling, Iowa Biotech Association Legal Symposium, Coralville, IA (Nov. 17, 2016).

Matt Doré, The Uniform Voidable Transactions Act, University of Iowa Business Law CLE, Iowa City, IA (Nov. 11, 2016).

Jennifer Zwagerman, Agriculture, Intellectual Property, and Feeding the World in the 21st Century, Texas A&M Law Review Fall Symposium, Texas A&M University School of Law, Fort Worth, TX (Oct. 28, 2016).

Jerry Anderson, Drainage Developments: Des Moines Litigation, 2016 Water Law Conference, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE (Oct. 21, 2016).

Karen Wallace, Best Practices for LibGuides, Mid America Association of Law Libraries 2016 Annual Meeting, Oklahoma City, OK (Oct. 14, 2016).

Anthony Gaughan, Ramshackle Federalism: America’s Archaic and Dysfunctional Presidential Election System, Presidential Election Law Forum, Fordham Law School, New York, NY (Sept. 30, 2016).

Jennifer Zwagerman, Transitioning a Rural Legal Practice: The Ethics of Change, Ag Law Seminar, ISU Center for Agricultural Law and Taxation, Ames, IA (Sept. 8, 2016).

Melissa Weresh, Institutional Characteristics Associated with Tenure for Legal Writing Faculty, Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute, Portland, OR (July 12, 2016).

Mark Kende, Proportionality Review: Overt, Covert, or Nonexistent?, Between Europe and the United States: The Israeli Supreme Court in Comparative Perspective, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York, NY (June 27, 2016).

Andrea Charlow, Alimony Law in Iowa: A Review of the Cases and an Update from the Alimony Guideline Work Group, Iowa State Bar Association 2016 Annual Meeting, Des Moines, IA (June 13, 2016).

David McCord, An Empirical Analysis of the Causes of the Astounding Decline in Death Sentences in the United States in the Last Two Decades, Law and Society Association 2016 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA (June 3, 2016).

Mark Kende, Law, Politics and Corruption in South Africa, Law and Society Association 2016 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA (June 3, 2016).

Miguel Schor, 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).

Jerry Anderson, Looking Under the Hood: The Pros and Cons of Using Law to Achieve Environmental Quality, 2016 Iowa Water Conference, Ames, IA (March 24, 2016).

Miguel Schor, 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).

Anthony Gaughan, Ethanol in America: Politics & Policy, CQ Roll Call Policy Briefing Breakfast Event, The Newseum, Washington D.C. (March 15, 2016).

Miguel Schor, 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).

Natalie Banta, Property Interests in Digital Assets, AALS Property Section Junior Scholars Session, New York, NY (Jan. 7, 2016).

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