Russell L. Weaver

Professor of Law and Distinguished University Scholar

About

Professor Russell L. Weaver graduated cum laude from the University of Missouri School of Law in 1978. He was a member of the Missouri Law Review, was elected to the Order of the Coif, and won the Judge Roy Harper Prize. After law school, Professor Weaver was associated with Watson, Ess, Marshall & Enggas in Kansas City, Missouri, and worked for the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of General Counsel in Washington, D.C.

Professor Weaver began teaching at the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law in 1982, and holds the rank of Professor of Law and Distinguished University Scholar. He teaches the First Amendment, Constitutional Law, Advanced Constitutional Law, Remedies, Administrative Law, Criminal Law, and Criminal Procedure. He has received the Brandeis School of Law's awards for teaching, scholarship, and service, and has been awarded the President's Award (University of Louisville) for Outstanding Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity in the Field of Social Science, the President's Award for Outstanding Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity in the Career Achievement Category, and the President's Award for Distinguished Service. He is an Honorary Associate of Macquarie University Law School (Sydney, Australia). He was named the Judge Spurgeon Bell Distinguished Visiting Professor at South Texas College of Law (affiliated with Texas A & M University) during the 1998-99 academic year, and he held the Herbert Herff Chair of Excellence at the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, University of Memphis, during 1992-93.

Professor Weaver is a prolific author who has written dozens of books and articles over the last 25 years. In addition, he has been asked to speak at law schools and conferences around the world, and has been a visiting professor at law schools in France, England, Germany, Japan, Australia and Canada. Professor Weaver is particularly noted for his work in the constitutional law area, especially his writings on free speech. In addition to authoring "From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy," and "The Right to Speak Ill," he served as a consultant to the constitutional drafting commissions of Belarus and Kyrghyzstan and as a commentator on the Russian Constitution. He has also authored a Constitutional Law casebook (with Aspen Publishing), a First Amendment casebook (with LexisNexis), Understanding the First Amendment (LexisNexis), a Criminal Procedure casebook (West), a Criminal Law casebook (West), an Administrative Law casebook (West), and a tort casebook (LexisNexis).

Professor Weaver has served on many community and professional committees. He is the Executive Director and a member of the Board of Trustees (as well as a past president) of the Southeastern Conference of the Association of American Law Schools. He has also served on the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky's Legal Panel and Board of Directors. He served on the Louisville Bar Association's (LBA) Professional Responsibility Committee, as Chair of the Association of American Law Schools' (AALS) Criminal Justice Section and has served on the AALS Planning Committee for the New Law Teacher's Workshop.

Professor Weaver regularly writes a blog on topics related to law schools and leadership. It is available on WordPress.

Administrative Law

Advanced Constitutional Law

Constitutional Law

Criminal Law

Criminal Procedure

Remedies

2014

R. Weaver, Governmental Transparency, Privacy and the Snowden Affair, I. BOUDAHANA, W. GILLES & R. WEAVER, TRANSPARENCY AT THE OPEN GOVERNMENT ERA (2014).

R. Weaver, The Press and Freedom of Expression, ANDRA KOLTAY, THE FUNDAMENTALS OF EUROPEAN THOUGHT ON MEDIA LAW (2014).

W. FUNK, S. SHAPIRO, & R. WEAVER, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND PRACT ICE: PROBLEMS AND CASES (5th ed., Thomson/West 2014) (in press).

R. WEAVER, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY & J. KNECHTLE, THE FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (4th ed., LexisNexis 2014) (in press).

R. WEAVER, UNDERSTANDING THE FIRST AMENDMENT (5th ed., LexisNexis, 2014) (in press).

R. WEAVER, J. BURKOFF, & C. HANCOCK, CRIMINAL LAW: A CONTEMPORARY APPROACH (2nd ed., West, 2014) (in press).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY & W. SCOTT, INSIDE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: WHAT MATTERS & WHY (Aspen, 2d ed., 2013) (in press).

2013

R. WEAVER, FROM GUTENBERG TO THE INTERNET: FREE SPEECH, ADVANCING TECHNOLOGY & THE IMPLICAT IONS FOR DEMOCRACY (Carolina Academic Press 2013).

R. Weaver, Administrative Searches, Technology & Personal Privacy, 22 WM. & MARY BILL RT. J. 571 (2013).

R. Weaver, Duncan Fairgrieve & F. Lichere, The Creation of Transnational Structures Governing Internet Communication, 78 Mo. L. Rev. 527 (2013).

R. Weaver, Privacy in an Age of Advancing Technology, 82 Miss. L.J. 975-996 (2013).

R. Weaver & F. Lichere, The Remedy of Certiorari: French and U.S. Perspectives, 42 STETSON L. REV. 615 (2013).

R. Weaver, Enforcement of British Libel Judgments: An American Perpsective, in D. CAPPER (ED.), MODERN DEFAMATION LAW: BALANCING REPUTATION AND FREE EXPRESSION 93-114 (Queen's U. Press 2013).

R. Weaver & D. Partlett, Teaching Remedies as a Capstone Course, 57 ST. LOUIS

U. L. REV. 609-630 (2013) (this article was published as part of an invited symposium on teaching remedies).

R. Weaver, NSA Revelations Worth Risk: Debate on Freedoms is One We Must Have, The Courier-Journal, Forum Section (July 4, 2013).

R. WEAVER & F. LICHERE (EDS), REMEDIES AND PROPERTY, U. Aix-Marseille Press 1-142 (2013).

R. Weaver & F. Lichere, Introduction: Seventh Remedies Discussion Forum, in R. WEAVER & F. LICHERE (EDS), REMEDIES AND PROPERTY, U. Aix-Marseille Press 7-8 (2013).

R. Weaver, Is U.S. Law Definable? The Great Divide Between the U.S. and Europe, published in P. MBONGO, CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN LAW: IDENTITY, MUTATIONS & DEBATES (U. Poitiers Press 2013) (published as part of the papers from the University of Poitier’s symposium on Contemporary American Law: Identity, Mutations & Debates) (in press).

C. WALKER & R. WEAVER, ED., FREE SPEECH AND MEDIA IN AN INTERNET ERA: PAPERS FROM THE FREE SPEECH DISCUSSION FORUM (Carolina Press 2013).

R. Weaver, C. Walker & G. Bennett, Can Newspapers Survive in an Internet Era?, published in R. WEAVER, ED., FREE SPEECH AND MEDIA IN AN INTERNET ERA 3-27 (Carolina Press 2013) (published as part of a symposium that resulted from the Free Speech Discussion Forum).

R. Weaver, Guilhem Gil, Didier Porrachia & Francois Lichere, The Law of Private Nuisance: French and American Perspectives, published in F. LICHERE & R. WEAVER, PROPERTY REM EDIES DISCUSSION FORUM 9-42 (U. Aix-Marseille Press 2013) (this publication involves the papers from the Property Remedies Discussion Forum) (in press).

R. Weaver & C. Wells, U.S. Legal Education: Headwinds and Effects of the Financial Crisis, published in P. MBONGO, CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN LAW: IDENTITY, MUTATIONS & DEBATES (U. Poitiers Press 2013) (published as part of the papers from the University of Poitier’s symposium on Contemporary American Law: Identity, Mutations & Debates).

R. Weaver, D. Ciolino, M. Kelly & D. Millon, Teaching & Learning Law in the United States: New Paradigms & Approaches, published in P. MBONGO, CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN LAW: IDENTITY, MUTATIONS & DEBATES (U. Poitiers Press 2013) (published as part of the papers from the University of Poitier’s symposium on Contemporary American Law: Identity, Mutations & Debates).

R. WEAVER, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, C. HANCOCK, J. HOEFFEL, S. FRIEDLAND & S. SINGER, CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (5th ed., Thomson/West 2013).

R. WEAVER, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, C. HANCOCK, J. HOEFFEL, S. FRIEDLAND & S. SINGER, CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES: INVESTIGAT IVE PROCESSES (5th ed., Thomson/West 2013).

R. WEAVER, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, C. HANCOCK, J. HOEFFEL, S. FRIEDLAND & S. SINGER, CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES: ADJUDICATIVE PROCESSES (5th ed., Thomson/West 2013).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, B. FAIR, J. KNECHTLE & R. ROSEN, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (3rd ed., Aspen 2013).

R. WEAVER, J. BAUMAN, J. CROSS, A. KLEIN, E. MARTIN & P. ZWIER: TORTS: CASES, MATERIALS, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (4th ed., Lexis Nexis 2013).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, B. FAIR & R. ROSEN, 2013 SUPPLEMENT TO CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (Aspen 2013).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, B. FAIR & R. ROSEN, 2013 SUPPLEMENT TO FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (LexisNexis 2013).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, R. BACIGAL, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, & C. HANCOCK, 2013 SUPPLEMENT TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (Thomson/West 2013).

2012

R. Weaver, British Defamation Reform: An American Perspective, 63 N. IRELAND L.Q. 97-117 (2012) (published as part of the Queens University (Belfast, N. Ireland) symposium on defamation).

R. Weaver, D. Partlett & M. Cole, Privacy in a Digital Age, published in D. DOERR & U. FINK, THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY - PERSPECTIVES FROM THREE CONTINENTS (De Gruyter 2012) (to be published as part of the Privacy Discussion Forum papers).

R. Weaver, Gutenberg and Mass Communication, published in D. DOERR & U. FINK, BRANDEIS MEETS GUTENBERG GERMAN-AMERICAN CONVERSATIONS ON LAW 1991-2011: ÖFFENTLICHES UND INTERNATIONALES RECHT BAND (Peter Lang 2012) (to be published as part of the celebration of the Mainz-Louisville faculty exchange relationship).

R. Weaver, E. Klein, D. Doerr & Udo Fink, Foreword: Honoring and Remembering the Johannes Gutenberg Faculty of Law -University of Louisville

Louis D. Brandeis School of Law Exchange Relationship, published in D. DOERR & U. FINK, BRANDEIS MEETS GUTENBERG GERMAN-AMERICAN CONVERSATIONS ON LAW 1991-2011: ÖFFENTLICHES UND INTERNATIONALES RECHT BAND (Peter Lang 2012) (to be published as part of the celebration of the Mainz- Louisville faculty exchange relationship).

R. WEAVER & D. LIVELY, UNDERSTANDING THE FIRST AMENDMENT (4th ed., LexisNexis 2012).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, J. BURKOFF, & C. HANCOCK, CONCISE HORNBOOK SERIES: PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (4th ed., Thomson/West 2012).

R. Weaver, The Fourth Amendment, Privacy & Advancing Technology, 39 SEARCH & SEIZURE L. REPORT 1-8 (June, 2012).

R. Weaver, D. Partlett & M. Cole, Privacy in a Digital Age, published in D. DOERR & U. FINK, THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY - PERSPECTIVES FROM THREE CONTINENTS (De Gruyter 2012) (published as part of the Privacy Discussion Forum papers).

R. Weaver, Democracy in an Internet Era, Aix Law Club Newsletter (June, 2012).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY, & W. SCOTT, 2012 SUPPLEMENT TO CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (Aspen 2012).

R. WEAVER, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY & J. KNECHTLE, 2012 SUPPLEMENT TO FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (LexisNexis 2012).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, R. BACIGAL, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, & C. HANCOCK, 2012 SUPPLEMENT TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (Thomson/West 2012).

2011

R. Weaver, THE JAMES OTIS LECTURE: The Fourth Amendment, Privacy and Advancing Technology, 80 MISS. L.J. 1131-1227 (2011).

D. Partlett & R. Weaver, BP Oil Spill: Compensation, Agency Costs and Restitution, 68 Washington & Lee University Law Review 1341 (2011) (published as part of the Washington & Lee University Law Review’s symposium on restitution).

R. Weaver, The Internet, Free Speech and Crime, 44 Texas Tech L. Rev. 197-220 (2011) (published as part of the Texas Tech Law Review’s criminal law symposium).

R. Weaver, Brandenburg & Incitement in a Digital Era, 80 MISS. L.J. 1263-1288 (2011) (published as part of the Criminal Procedure Discussion Forum).

R. Weaver & F. Lichere, Independent Executive Agencies in the French and U.S. Constitutional Systems, published in R. WEAVER & F. LICHERE (EDS.), AIX GLOBAL ISSUES IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (U. Aix-Marseille Press 2011).

R. Weaver & F. Lichere, Introduction: Aix Global Issues in Administrative Law Forum, published in R. WEAVER & F. LICHERE (EDS.), AIX GLOBAL ISSUES IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 8-11 (U. Aix-Marseille Press 2011).

R. Weaver, The Roberts Court and Campaign Finance: “Umpire” or “Pro- Business Activism,” 40 STETSON L. REV. 839-859 (2011) (published as part of the Constitutional Law Discussion Forum papers).

R. Weaver, D. Lemieux & Laverne Jacobs, Introduction to the Special Issue of the Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice: Transnational and Comparative Administrative Law: Papers from the Sixth Administrative Law Discussion Forum, Québec City, 28 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice v-ix (2011).

R. Weaver & L. Jellum, Neither Fish Nor Fowl: Administrative Judges in the Modern Administrative State, 28 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 243-259 (2011) (published as part of the Administrative Law Discussion Forum). R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, B. FAIR, J. KNECHTLE & R. ROSEN, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (2d ed., Aspen 2011).

R. WEAVER, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY & J. KNECHTLE, THE FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (3rd ed., LexisNexis 2011).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, B. FAIR, J. KNECHTLE & R. ROSEN, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (2d ed., Aspen 2011).

R. WEAVER, J. BURKOFF, & C. HANCOCK, CRIMINAL LAW: A CONTEMPORARY APPROACH (West 2011).

HERWIG C.H. HOFFMAN & RUSSELL L. WEAVER (EDS), TRANSATLANTIC PERSPECTIVES ON ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (Bruylant 2011).

Herwig C.H. Hoffman & Russell L. Weaver, Transatlantic Perspectives on Administrative Law – Introduction, in HERWIG C.H. HOFFMAN & RUSSELL L. WEAVER (EDS), TRANSATLANTIC PERSPECTIVES ON ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (Bruylant 2011).

R. Weaver, U. Fink & Francois Lichere, Protecting Consumers in an Era of World Trade, in HERWIG C.H. HOFFMAN & RUSSELL L. WEAVER (EDS),

TRANSATLANTIC PERSPECTIVES ON ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (Bruylant 2011).

R. WEAVER & F. LICHERE (EDS.), AIX GLOBAL ISSUES IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (U. Aix-Marseille Press 2011).

R. Weaver, Gutenberg and Mass Communication, published in D. DOERR & U. FINK, BRANDEIS MEETS GUTENBERG GERMAN-AMERICAN CONVERSATIONS ON LAW 1991-2011: ÖFFENTLICHES UND INTERNATIONALES RECHT BAND (Peter Lang 2012) (to be published as part of the celebration of the Mainz-Louisville faculty exchange relationship).

R. Weaver, E. Klein, D. Doerr & Udo Fink, Foreword: Honoring and Remembering the Johannes Gutenberg Faculty of Law -University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law Exchange Relationship, published in D. DOERR & U. FINK, BRANDEIS MEETS GUTENBERG GERMAN-AMERICAN CONVERSATIONS ON LAW 1991-2011: ÖFFENTLICHES UND INTERNATIONALES RECHT BAND (Peter Lang 2012) (to be published as part of the celebration of the Mainz- Louisville faculty exchange relationship). R. Weaver, Democracy in an Internet Era, Aix Law Club Newsletter (2012). R. WEAVER, M. KELLY & E. SHOBEN, PRINCIPLES OF REMEDIES (2d ed., Thomson/West 2011).

J. BURKOFF & R. WEAVER, INSIDE CRIMINAL LAW: WHAT MATTERS & WHY (2d ed., Wolters Kluwer 2011).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY, & W. SCOTT, 2011 SUPPLEMENT TO CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (Aspen 2011).

R. WEAVER, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY & J. KNECHTLE, 2011 SUPPLEMENT TO FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (LexisNexis 2011).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, R. BACIGAL, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, & C. HANCOCK, 2011 SUPPLEMENT TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (Thomson/West 2011).

2010

W. FUNK, S. SHAPIRO, & R. WEAVER, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND PRACT ICE: PROBLEMS AND CASES (4th ed., Thomson/West 2010).

R. WEAVER AND F. LICHÈRE (EDS), REMEDIES AND ECONOMICS (Presses Universitaires d'Aix-Marseille 2010).

R. Weaver, Free Speech, Democracy and Enforcement of Foreign Defamation

Judgments, published as part of R. WEAVER & F. LICHERE (EDS.)), RECOGNITION & ENFORCEM ENT OF JUDGMENTS 268-317 (U. Aix-Marseille Press 2010) (published as part of the Remedies Discussion Forum symposium).

R. Weaver & D. Partlett, The Globalization of Defamation, reprinted in JEFF BERRYMAN & RICK BIGWOOD, THE LAW OF REMEDIES: NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE COMMON LAW 669-694 (2010).

R. Weaver & Francois Lichere, Introduction: Remedies Discussion Forum, published as part of R. WEAVER & F. LICHERE (EDS.), RECOGNITION & ENFORCEM ENT OF JUDGMENTS 8-13 (U. Aix-Marseille Press 2010) (published as part of the Remedies Discussion Forum symposium).

R. Weaver, Attack Ads Pose Perils, Courier-Journal, Forum Page, A-15 (Nov. 5, 2010).

R. Weaver, Democracy, Freedom of Speech and PolitiFact, Courier-Journal, Forum Page (Oct. 15, 2010).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, R. BACIGAL, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, C. HANCOCK & J. HOEFFEL, CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (4th ed., Thomson/West 2010).

R. WEAVER, D. PARTLETT, M. KELLY & J. CARDI, REMEDIES: CASES, PRACTICAL PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (2d ed., Thomson/West 2010).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK & D. LIVELY, ACING CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (Aspen 2010).

R. WEAVER & W. ARAIZA, THE FIRST AMENDMENT: QUESTIONS & ANSWERS (LexisNexis 2010).

R. WEAVER & K. JORDAN, QUESTIONS & ANSWERS: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (2d ed., Lexis Nexis 2010).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY, & W. SCOTT, 2010 SUPPLEMENT TO CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (Aspen 2010).

R. WEAVER, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY & J. KNECHTLE, 2010 SUPPLEMENT TO FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (LexisNexis 2010).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, R. BACIGAL, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, & C. HANCOCK, 2010 SUPPLEMENT TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (Thomson/West 2010).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, J. BURKOFF & C. HANCOCK, 2010 SUPPLEMENT TO CRIMINAL LAW: CASES, PROBLEMS AND EXERCISES (Thomson/West 2010).

2009

R. Weaver, N. Delpierre & L. Boissier, Governmentally Imposed Truth: An Examination of France’s Holocaust Denial Law, 41 TEXAS TECH. U. L. REV. 495- 517 (2009).

R. Weaver, U. Fink & Francois Lichere, Protecting Consumers in an Era of World Trade, 61 AD. L. REV. 105-114 (2009).

R. Weaver, H. Hoffman, M. Asimow & F. Lichere, Introduction: Administrative Law Discussion Forum, 61 AD. L. REV. 1-3 (2009).

R. Weaver, Reliability, Justice and Confessions: The Essential Paradox, 85 CHI.- KENT L. REV. 179-188 (2009).

R. Weaver, Frambach v. Dunihue: The Most Underrated Decision, 42 LOYOLA L. REV. 237 (2009).

R. Weaver, Introduction: Fifth Remedies Discussion Forum, 42 LOYOLA L. REV. 1 (2009).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, J. BURKOFF, & C. HANCOCK, CRIMINAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (3d ed., Thomson/West 2009).

R. WEAVER, J. BAUMAN, J. CROSS, A. KLEIN, E. MARTIN & P. ZWIER: TORTS: CASES, MATERIALS, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (3d ed., Lexis Nexis 2009).

R. WEAVER & D. LIVELY, UNDERSTANDING THE FIRST AMENDMENT (2d ed., LexisNexis 2009).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY & W. SCOTT, INSIDE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: WHAT MATTERS & WHY (Aspen 2009).

R. WEAVER, J. BAUMAN, J. CROSS, A. KLEIN, E. MARTIN & P. ZWIER: MASTERING TORTS (Carolina Press 2009).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY, & W. SCOTT, 2009 SUPPLEMENT TO CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (Aspen 2009).

R. WEAVER, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY & J. KNECHTLE, 2009 SUPPLEMENT TO FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (LexisNexis 2009).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, R. BACIGAL, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, & C. HANCOCK,

2009 SUPPLEMENT TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (Thomson/West 2009).

2008

R. WEAVER, C. HANCOCK, D., J. KNECHTLE & D. LIVELY, FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS AND PROBLEMS (LexisNexis 2008).

R. Weaver & D. Partlett, Remedies as a Capstone Course, 27 REV. OF LITIGATION 269 (2008) (published as part of a symposium related to the AALS Workshop on Remedies that was held at the 2007 AALS Annual Meeting).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, J. BURKOFF, & C. HANCOCK, CONCISE HORNBOOK SERIES: PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (3d ed., Thomson/West 2008).

J. BURKOFF & R. WEAVER, INSIDE CRIMINAL LAW: WHAT MATTERS & WHY (Aspen 2008).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY, & W. SCOTT, 2008 SUPPLEMENT TO CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (Aspen 2008).

R. WEAVER, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY & J. KNECHTLE, 2008 SUPPLEMENT TO FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (LexisNexis 2008).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, R. BACIGAL, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, & C. HANCOCK, 2008 SUPPLEMENT TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (Thomson/West 2008).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, J. BURKOFF & C. HANCOCK, 2008 SUPPLEMENT TO CRIMINAL LAW: CASES, PROBLEMS AND EXERCISES (Thomson/West 2008).

2007

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, R. BACIGAL, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, C. HANCOCK & J. HOEFFEL, CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (Thomson/West 2007).

R. Weaver, Miranda at Forty, 44 SAN DIEGO L. REV. 423 (2007) (published as part of the Criminal Procedure Discussion Forum).

R. Weaver, The Myth of “Consent,” 39 TEX. T. L. REV. 1195 (2007) (published as part of Texas Tech’s criminal procedure symposium at which I gave a speech in April, 2007).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, J. BURKOFF, & C. HANCOCK, CONCISE HORNBOOK SERIES: PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (Thomson/West 2007).

R. WEAVER, M. KELLY & E. SHOBEN, PRINCIPLES OF REMEDIES (Thomson/West

2007).

W. FUNK, S. SHAPIRO, & R. WEAVER, SELECTED FEDERAL AND STATE ADMINISTRATIVE AND REGULATORY LAWS (Thomson/West 2007).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY, & W. SCOTT, 2007 SUPPLEMENT TO CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (Aspen 2007).

R. WEAVER, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY & J. KNECHTLE, 2007 SUPPLEMENT TO FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (LexisNexis 2007).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, R. BACIGAL, J. BURKOFF, D. LIVELY, & C. HANCOCK, 2007 SUPPLEMENT TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (Thomson/West 2007).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, J. BURKOFF & C. HANCOCK, 2007 SUPPLEMENT TO CRIMINAL LAW: CASES, PROBLEMS AND EXERCISES (Thomson/West 2007).

2006

R. WEAVER, A. KENYON, D. PARTLETT & C. WALKER, THE RIGHT TO SPEAK ILL: DEFAMATION, REPUTATION & FREE SPEECH (Carolina Press 2006).

R. Weaver, Should Hate Speech be Criminalized?, 3 REVUE INTERNATIONALE DE LANGUES JURIDIQUES ET DE DROIT COMPARE 42-47 (2006) .

R. Weaver, Criminal Defense Representation in the United States: Promises and Paradoxes, 3 REVUE INTERNAT IONALE DE LANGUES JURIDIQUES ET DE DROIT COMPARE 50-57 (2006) .

R. Weaver, Speech & Technology, 110 PENN. ST. U. L. REV. 703 (2006) (published as part of the First Amendment Discussion Forum symposium).

R. Weaver & D. Partlett, Defamation, Free Speech & Democratic Governance, 50 N.Y.L.S. L. REV. 57 (2006).

R. Weaver & L. Jellum, Chenery II and the Development of Federal Administrative Law, 58 Ad. L. Rev. 815 (2006) (published as part of the Administrative Law Discussion Forum symposium).

D. Partlett & R. Weaver, Neutral Rules and Free Speech, 39 AKRON L. REV. 1183 (2006) (published as part of the Remedies Discussion Forum symposium).

R. WEAVER, S. FRIEDLAND, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY, & W. SCOTT, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (Aspen 2006).

R. WEAVER, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY & J. KNECHTLE, THE FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS AND PROBLEMS (LexisNexis 2006).

D. LIVELY & R. WEAVER, LANDMARK SUPREME COURT CASES: 1974-2005 (Greenwood Pub. Group 2006).

W. FUNK, S. SHAPIRO, & R. WEAVER, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND PRACT ICE: PROBLEMS AND CASES (3d ed., Thomson/West 2006).

2005

R. Weaver, A. Kenyon, D. Partlett & C. Walker, Defamation Law & Free Speech: Reynolds v. Times Newspapers and the English Media, 37 VAND. J. TRANS-NAT’L LAW 1255 (2005).

R. Weaver, Investigation & Discretion: The Terry Revolution at Forty (almost), 109 PENN. ST. U. L. REV. 1205 (2005) (published as part of the Criminal Procedure Discussion Forum symposium).

R. WEAVER, J. BURKOFF & C. HANCOCK, CRIMINAL LAW: CASES, PROBLEMS AND EXERCISES (2d ed., Thomson/West 2005).

R. WEAVER, J. BAUMAN, J. CROSS, A. KLEIN, E. MARTIN & P. ZWIER: TORTS: CASES, MATERIALS, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (2d ed., Lexis Nexis 2005).

R. Weaver, The Establishment Clause of the United States Constitution, published in P. RADAN, D. MEYERSON & R. ATHERTON, LAW AND RELIGION (Routledge 2005).

R. Weaver, The Free Exercise Clause of the United States Constitution, published in P. RADAN, D. MEYERSON & R. ATHERTON, LAW AND RELIGION (Routledge 2005).

R. Weaver, The Marketplace of Ideas, published in DAVID SCHULTZ & JOHN VILE, II ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIVIL RIGHTS 592-93 (2005).

2004

R. Weaver & D. Partlett, Defamation, the Media & Free Speech: Australia’s Experiment with Expanded Qualified Privilege, 36 GEO. WASH. INT’L. L. REV. 377 (2004).

R. Weaver, The Rise and Decline of Structural Remedies, 41 SAN DIEGO L. REV. 1607 (2004) (published as part of the Remedies Discussion Forum symposium).

R. Weaver, An APA Provision on Non-Legislative Rules?, 56 AD. L. REV. 1 (2004) (published as part of the Administrative Law Discussion Forum symposium).

R. Weaver, The Perils of Being Poor: Indigent Defense and Effective Assistance, 42 BRANDEIS L.J. 435 (2004) (published as part of the Criminal Procedure Discussion Forum symposium).

R. Weaver, School Busing, Segregation & Structural Injunctions (U. Grenoble Press 2004) (symposium in honor of Professor Jean-Philipe Colson of the University of Montpellier Faculty of Law).

R. Weaver, The Governor’s Spending Plan: A Constitutional “Affront,” Courier- Journal, Forum Section (July 1, 2004).

R. Weaver, Speech & Technology, 110 PENN. ST. U. L. REV. 703 (2006).

R. Weaver & D. Partlett, Defamation, Free Speech & Democratic Governance, 10 N.Y.L.S. L. REV. 57 (2006) (published as part of the Defamation Discussion Forum symposium).

R. Weaver, L. Abramson, J. Burkoff & C. Hancock, Principles of Criminal Procedure (West 2004).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, R. BACIGAL, J. BURKOFF, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY, CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, MATERIALS, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (West, 2nd ed., 2004).

R. WEAVER, D. PARTLETT, D. LIVELY & M. KELLY, REMEDIES: CASES, PRACTICAL PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (West 2004).

2003

R. Weaver, Like a Ghoul in a Late Night Horror Movie, 41 BRANDEIS L.J. 587 (2003) (published as part of the First Amendment Discussion Forum symposium).

D. Partlett & R. Weaver, Restitution: Ancient Wisdom, 36 LOY. L.J. 975 (2003) (published as part of the Remedies Discussion Forum symposium).

R. WEAVER & D. LIVELY, UNDERSTANDING THE FIRST AMENDMENT (LexisNexis 2003).

R. WEAVER, J. BURKOFF & C. HANCOCK, CRIMINAL LAW: CASES, PROBLEMS AND EXERCISES (West 2003).

R. WEAVER, J. BAUMAN, J. CROSS, A. KLEIN, E. MARTIN & P. ZWIER: TORTS: CASES, MATERIALS, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (Anderson 2003).

2002

R. Weaver, Heroic Law Teachers: Dean Leonard Gering, 52 J. LEGAL EDUC. 466 (2002).

R. Weaver, The Emperor has No Clothes: Christensen, Mead and Dual Deference Standards, 54 AD. L. REV. 173 (2002).

R. Weaver, The Undervalued Non-Legislative Rule, 54 AD. L. REV. 871 (2002) (written for the Administrative Law Discussion Forum).

R. WEAVER & A. HELLMAN, THE FIRST AMENDMENT: CASES, MATERIALS & PROBLEMS (LexisNexis 2002).

J. KNECHTLE & R. WEAVER, Belarus, published in, LEGAL SYSTEMS OF THE WORLD (2002).

2001

D. Partlett & R. Weaver, Filling Cavities, 39 BRANDEIS L.J. 677 (2001) (published as part of the Remedies Discussion forum).

R. WEAVER, L. ABRAMSON, R. BACIGAL, J. BURKOFF, C. HANCOCK, D. LIVELY, CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CASES, MATERIALS, PROBLEM S & EXERCISES (West 2001).

W. FUNK, S. SHAPIRO, & R. WEAVER, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND PRACT ICE: PROBLEMS AND CASES (West, 2d ed., 2001).

2000

D. LIVELY, P. HADDON, D. ROBERTS & R. WEAVER, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, HISTORY & DIALOGUES (2d ed., Anderson 2000).

R. Weaver, Defamation Law in Turmoil: The Challenges Presented by the Internet, 2000 J. INFORMATION, L. & TECHNOLOGY.

R. Weaver, Justice and the Sleeping Lawyer, Courier-Journal, Forum Section (Nov. 11, 2000).

C. Walker & R. Weaver, The United Kingdom Bill of Rights 1998: The Modernisation of Rights in the Old World, 33 U. MICH. J. OF L. REFORM (2000).

R. Weaver, Should Judges Attend Privately Funded Programs?, Courier Journal Forum Section (Oct. 21, 2000).

R. Weaver, Free Speech, Crime & the Challenge of Advancing Technology, 14 INT'L REV. OF LAW, COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY 25 (2000) (also published in CD Rom form by the British & Irish Legal Technology Education Association).

R. Weaver, Does "Practicality" Have a Place in the "Canon of Constitutional Law?", 17 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY 341 (2000) (written for, and published as part of, Georgetown University's Constitutional Law Discussion Forum).

1999

R. Weaver, Striking a Balance: Hate Speech, Freedom of Expression and Non- Discrimination, 37 ARCHIV DES VOLKERRECHTS 471 (1999).

R. Weaver, Human Liberty and Freedom of Speech, 37 ARCHIV DES VOLKERRECHTS 472 (1999).

R. Weaver, Content Regulation of the Internet (published as part of the proceedings of the First Asia-Pacific Conference on Cyber-Law) (1999).

R. Weaver, Free Speech Doctrine in Turmoil: Defamation and the Internet (published as part of the proceedings of the First Asia-Pacific Conference on Cyber-Law) (1999).

1998

R. Weaver & K. Boehringer, Implied Rights and the Australian Constitution: A Modified New York Times, Inc. v. Sullivan Goes Down Under, 8 SETON HALL CONST. L. J. 101 (1998).

R. WEAVER, J. BURKOFF, C. HANCOCK, A. REED & P. SEAGO, READINGS IN CRIMINAL LAW (Anderson 1998).

1997

R. WEAVER, K. STRACHAN, D. PARTLETT, D. LIVELY & W. LAWRENCE, MODERN REMEDIES: CASES, PROBLEMS & EXERCISES (West 1997). R. Weaver, Hate Speech, 7 DAITO HOGAKU 291 (1997). W. FUNK, S. SHAPIRO, & R. WEAVER, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND PRACT ICE: PROBLEMS AND CASES (West 1997).

D. LIVELY, B. MORANT, A. HAMMOND & R. WEAVER, COMMUNICATIONS LAW: MEDIA, ENTERTAINMENT & REGULATION (Anderson 1997).

M. GLENNON, D. LIVELY, R. WEAVER, D. ROBERTS & P. HADDON, THE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ANTHOLOGY (Anderson 1997).

1996

D. LIVELY, P. HADDON, D. ROBERTS & R. WEAVER, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CASES, HISTORY & DIALOGUES (Anderson 1996).

R. Weaver, Lopez and the Federalization of Criminal Law, 98 WEST. V. L. REV. 815 (1996).

R. Weaver, Appellate Structures in Executive Departments and Agencies, 48 ADMIN. L. REV. 251 (1996).

R. Weaver, The Developing Law of Libel in Central and Eastern Europe, 1 COMMUNICATIONS LAW 11 (1996) (with J. Knechtle).

R. Weaver, ALJ Support Systems: Staff Attorneys and Decision Writers, 15 J. NAT'L ASS'N OF ALJS 89 (1996) (written for the Administrative Conference of the United States).

1995

R. Weaver, Management of ALJ Offices in Executive Departments and Agencies, 47 ADMIN. L. REV. 303 (1995) (written for the Administrative Conference of the United States).

1994

C. Walker & R. Weaver, The Downing Street Declaration, 8 EMORY I.L.R. 817 (1994).

Organization of Adjudicative Offices in Executive Branch Agencies (1994) (written for the Administrative Conference of the United States).

R. Weaver & J. Knechtle, Constitution Drafting in the Former Soviet Union: The Kyrghyzstan and Belarus Constitutions, 12 WISC. I.L.R. 29 (1994).

D. LIVELY, D. ROBERTS & R. WEAVER, THE FIRST AMENDMENT ANTHOLOGY (Anderson 1994).

1993

R. Weaver, A Comment on the Draft Constitution of Belarus, 3 DAITO HOGAKU 203 (1993) (based on a lecture presented at Daito Bunka University, Tokyo, Japan in May, 1993).

R. Weaver, Some Realism About Chevron, 58 MO. L. REV. 129 (1993).

R. Weaver & G. Bennett, Is the New York Times "Actual Malice" Standard Really Necessary? A Comparative Perspective, 53 LA. L. REV. 1153 (1993).

R. Weaver & G. Bennett, Defamation and Editorial Decisionmaking, 14 MEDIA LAW 2 (1993).

1992

R. Weaver, Chevron: Martin, Anthony and Format Requirements, 40 KAN. L. REV. 587 (1992).

R. Weaver & E. Klein, Stoffprasentation? Zu den Lehrmethoden an Amerikanischen und Deutschen Rechtsfakultaten, 33 JURISTISCHE SCHULUNG 272 (1992).

R. Weaver, A Foolish Consistency Is the Hobgoblin of Little Minds, 44 BAYLOR L. REV. 529 (1992).

R. Weaver & G. Bennett, Broadcasting Bans: A Transatlantic Perspective, 13 MEDIA LAW 179 (1992).

R. Weaver, Evaluating Regulatory Interpretations, 80 KY. L.J. 987 (1992).

1991

Judicial Deference to Regulatory Interpretations: Inter-Agency Conflicts, 43 ALA. L. REV. 35 (1991).

R. Weaver, Langdell's Legacy: Living With the Case Method, 36 VILL. L. REV. 517 (1991).

R. Weaver, Challenging Regulatory Interpretations, 23 ARIZ. ST. L. REV. 109 (1991).

R. Weaver, Some Reflections on the Case Method, 11 LEGAL STUDIES 155 (1991).

1989

R. Weaver, The N. Ireland Media Ban: Some Reflections on Judicial Review, 22 VAND. J. OF TRANSNAT'L LAW 1119 (1989).

R. Weaver & J. Jones, The Deliberative Process Privilege, 54 MO. L. REV. 281 (1989).

1988

R. Weaver, Chenery II: A Forty-Year Retrospective, 40 AD. L. REV. 161 (1988).

1986

R. Weaver, Retroactive Regulatory Interpretations: An Analysis of Judicial Responses, 61 NOTRE DAME L. REV. 167 (1986).

1984

R. Weaver, Judicial Interpretation of Administrative Regulations: The Deference Rule, 45 U. PITT. L. REV. 587 (1984).

R. Weaver, Judicial Interpretation of Administrative Regulations: An Overview, 53 U. CINN. L. REV. 681 (1984) (reprinted in volume 3 of West's Federal Practice Manual).

R. Weaver, Contemporaneous Construction Discovery: Its Use and Abuse, 20 WAKE FOREST L. REV. 367 (1984).

STUDENT PUBLICATIONS

Comment, The Law of Private Nuisance in Missouri, 44 MO. L. REV. 20 (1979);

Note, Quasi-in-Rem Jurisdiction and the International Shoe Minimum Contacts Doctrine, 42 MO. L. REV. 415 (1977);

Note, Towards Resolving 42 U.S.C. § 1981 with the Right of Privacy and the Right to Associate, 42 Mo. L. Rev. 312 (1977).

2013

From Gutenberg to the Internet, Perm State University (Perm, Russia, Oct. 19, 2013).

U.S. Administrative Law, Perm State University Faculty of Law Symposium (Perm, Russia, Oct. 18, 2013).

Snowden, the NSA and Governmental Surveillance, Florida Coastal School of Law (Jacksonville, FL, Sept. 10, 2013).

Media Convergence, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting (Palm Beach, FL, Aug. 4, 2013).

The Anti-Islamic Videos: The Government’s Ability to Control Hate Speech, Mainz Media Institute’s Annual Forum (Mainz, Germany, Apr. 26, 2013).

Administrative Searches, Technology & Personal Privacy, College of William & Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, Administrative Law Symposium in Honor of Charles Koch (Williamsburg, VA, Mar. 15, 2012).

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy, Pepperdine University School of Law (Malibu, California, Feb. 28, 2013).

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy, Georgia State University College of Law (Atlanta, Georgia, Jan. 16, 2013).

2012

The Supreme Court’s Affordable Care Act Decision, Texas Tech University School of Law (Lubbock, Texas, November 8, 2012).

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy, Faulkner University School of Law (Montgomery, Alabama, Nov. 5, 2012).

Holocaust Denial: French and American Perspectives, U. Aix-Marseille (Aix, France, Oct. 11, 2012).

The Conflict Between “Human Dignity” and Freedom of Expression, Southeastern Association of Law School’s Annual Meeting (Amelia Island, Florida, July 29, 2012).

Is American Law “Unique?” A Transatlantic Perspective, delivered at the conference on American Contemporary Law: Identity, Mutations & Debates (Paris, France, June 1, 2012).

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy, U. Paris I (Sorbonne) (Paris, France, May 31, 2012).

Private and Governmental Threats to Internet Freedom, Mainz Media Institute’s Annual Forum (Mainz, Germany, Apr. 26, 2012).

The Establishment Clause and Vouchers, Duquesne University School of Law (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Apr. 16, 2012).

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy, Elon University School of Law (Charlotte, N. Carolina, Feb. 28, 2012).

The Fourth Amendment & Privacy, Texas Tech University School of Law (Lubbock, Texas, Feb. 27, 2012).

The Law of Private Nuisance in the United States, University of Aix-Marseille Faculty of Law (Aix, France, Feb. 20, 2012).

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy, Aix Law Club (Aix, France, Feb. 20, 2012).

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy, Regent University School of Law (Norfolk, Virginia, Jan. 28, 2012.

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy, University of Kentucky College of Law (Lexington, Kentucky, Jan. 18, 2012).

2011

Constitutional Perspectives on the Global Economic Crisis, University of Montpellier I, Faculty of Law (Montpellier, France, November 24, 2011).

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology & the Implications for Democracy, University of Missouri School of Law (Columbia, Missouri, November 18, 2011).

The Underpinnings of Free Expression, Southeastern Association of Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, July 24, 2011).

Free Speech in a Period of Excess, at he “Excess in Society & Culture” conference (Poitiers, France, May 20, 2011).

WikiLeaks and Freedom of Expression, Mainz Media Center’s annual media law symposium (Mainz, Germany, Apr. 29, 2011).

Free Speech, the Internet and the Criminal Law, Texas Tech University Law Review Symposium (Lubbock, Texas, Apr. 8, 2011).

Freedom of Expression and Speech Repression, Istanbul Bar Association (Istanbul, Turkey, Mar. 29, 2011).

BP Oil Spill: Compensation, Agency Costs and Restitution, Washington & Lee University Law Review’s symposium on restitution (Lexington, Virginia, Feb. 25, 2011).

Free Speech, Civility & Tort Liability, Charleston Law Review Symposium on Free Speech & Civil Discourse in the 21st Century (Charleston, S. Carolina, Feb. 18, 2011).

Administrative Agencies and Political Accountability, University of Montpellier Faculty of Law (Montpellier, France, Feb. 4, 2011).

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy, University of Montpellier I Faculty of Law (Montpellier, France, Feb. 3, 2011).

2010

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy, Texas Tech University School of Law (Lubbock, Texas, Nov. 5, 2010).

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy, University of Louisville McConnell Center/Federalist Society Forum (Louisville, Kentucky, Sept. 14, 2010).

Media Convergence, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting (Palm Beach, Florida, July 29, 2010).

The Internet, The Decline of Traditional Media, and the Implications for Democracy, University Aix-Marseilles III (Aix, France, Feb. 12, 2010).

Madoff, Ponzi Schemes and Remedies, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting (New Orleans, Louisiana, Jan. 8, 2010).

Comparative Research, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting (New Orleans, Louisiana, Jan. 7, 2010).

Free Speech, The Internet & Democracy, Federalist Society’s Annual Meeting

(New Orleans, Louisiana, Jan. 7, 2010).

2009

Negotiation Techniques in American Culture, University Paul Valery (Montpellier, France, Nov. 13, 2009).

The Internet, Free Speech and Democracy, University of Louisville’s McConnell Center (Louisville, Kentucky, Oct. 28, 2009).

The Fourth Amendment, Technology and Privacy, The James Otis Lecture, University of Mississippi School of Law (Oxford, Mississippi, Sept., 2009).

The Internet, Free Speech and Democracy, Southeastern Association of Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (Palm Beach, Florida, Aug. 2, 2009).

The Internet, Free Speech and Democracy, presented to a visiting group of journalists and lawyers from the Republic of Georgia (Louisville, Kentucky, June 26, 2009).

The Internet, Free Speech and Democracy, Mainz Media Institute’s annual symposium (Mainz, Germany, Apr. 3, 2009).

Hate Speech, Pace University School of Law (White Plains, New York, Mar. 4, 2009).

Holocaust Denial, University of Louisville Federalist Society symposium (Louisville, Kentucky, Feb. 20, 2009).

Free Speech, Democracy and Technology, University of Louisville Law Review’s free speech symposium (Louisville, Kentucky, Feb. 20, 2009).

2008

Teaching Constitutional Law, Southeastern Association of Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (Palm Beach, Florida, July 31, 2008).

Holocaust Denial, Mainz Media Center’s annual symposium (Mainz, Germany, Mar. 28, 2008).

Hate Speech, University of Kentucky College of Law (Lexington, Kentucky, Feb. 19, 2008).

Holocaust Denial, University of Kansas School of Law (Lawrence, Kansas, Jan. 24, 2008).

The Promises and Perils of Comparative Research, Association of American Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (New York City, New York, Jan. 3, 2008).

2007

The Perils of Pragmatism: The Legacy of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, University of Louisville’s Constitution Day webcast (Louisville, Kentucky, Sept. 17, 2007).

Hate Speech, Southeastern Association of Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (Palm Beach, Florida, July 30, 2007).

WFPL “State of Affairs” program on the JCPS desegregation case (Louisville, Kentucky, July 3, 2007).

Free Speech in Times of War or Emergency, Mainz Media Institute’s annual symposium (Mainz, Germany, Apr. 20, 2006).

Bolero and Structural Injunctions, Association of American Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (Washington, D.C., Jan. 5, 2007).

International Student Exchanges, Association of American Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (Washington, D.C., Jan. 5, 2007).

There Must be 50 Ways to Teach Remedies, Association of American Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (Washington, D.C., Jan. 3, 2007).

2006

Negotiations in the United States presented at the University of Montpellier III (Montpellier, France, Nov. 13, 2006).

The Religion Clauses of the United States Constitution presented to a visiting delegation from Tajekistan (Louisville, Kentucky, Oct. 13, 2006).

The Danish Cartoons, University of Louisville Federalist Society symposium (Louisville, Kentucky, Sept. 12, 2006).

WFPL “State of Affairs” program on the “The Roberts Court” (Louisville, Kentucky, Sept. 1, 2006).

Defamation and Free Speech, Southeastern Association of Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (Palm Beach, Florida, July17, 2006).

The Danish Cartoons, Mainz Media Institute’s annual symposium (Mainz, Germany, Apr. 27, 2006).

Defamation and Free Speech, Flinders University Faculty of Law (Adelaide, Australia, Mar. 5, 2006).

Free Speech and the Challenge of Advancing Technology, University of Montpellier I Faculty of Law (Montpellier, France, Feb. 9, 2006).

Religion in the Public Square

Faith in Government and Politics in America Today, Temple Beth-El (St. Petersburg, Florida, Jan. 10, 2006).

2005

Free Speech, Defamation and the Political Process, University of Louisville McConnell Center/Federalist Society symposium (Louisville, Kentucky, Sept. 9, 2005).

WFPL “State of Affairs” program on Free Speech and Defamation (Louisville, Kentucky, Sept. 8, 2005).

Reflections on the Confirmation Process, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting (Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, July 18, 2005).

Defamation Standards - How to Balance Freedom of the Press and Protection of Personal Reputation, Mainz Media Law Institute’s annual symposium (Mainz, Germany, Apr. 15, 2005).

Drafting Casebook Proposals, Barry University School of Law (Orlando, Florida, Feb. 18, 2005).

WFPL “State of Affairs” program on the death penalty (Louisville, Kentucky, Jan. 13, 2005).

2004

WFPL “State of Affairs” program on the United States Supreme Court (Louisville, Kentucky, Dec. 15, 2004).

WFPL “State of Affairs” program on Free Speech, the Internet and the Challenge of Advancing Technology (Louisville, Kentucky, Sept. 9, 2004).

Free Speech, the Internet and the Challenge of Advancing Technology, University of Louisville Federalist Society (Louisville, Kentucky, Sept. 9, 2004).

The Jurisprudence of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting (Kiawah Island, South Carolina, July 31, 2004).

Free Speech, the Internet and the Challenge of Advancing Technology, Mainz Media Law Institute annual symposium (Mainz, Germany, Apr. 24, 2004).

Free Speech in a Democratic Society, University of Louisville’s Day of Dialogue on Hate in America (Louisville, Kentucky, Mar. 31, 2004).

Constitution Drafting, University of Montpellier I Faculty of Law (Montpellier, France, Mar. 16, 2004).

2003

Hate Speech, University of Louisville’s McConnell Center/ Federalist Society’s

Hate Speech Forum (Louisville, Kentucky, Sept. 10, 2003).

Defamation: A Comparative Perspective, Southeastern Association of Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (Amelia Island, Florida, July 25, 2003).

Hate Speech, University of Leeds Faculty of Law’s forum on hate speech (Leeds, England, Apr. 14, 2003).

Hate Speech, Mainz Media Institute’s annual symposium (Mainz, Germany, Apr. 11, 2003).

Comparative Perspectives on Defamation, University of Sydney Faculty of Law (Sydney, Australia, Mar. 18, 2003).

Hate Speech, University of Western Sydney School of Law (Sydney, Australia, Mar. 14, 2003).

Hate Speech, Macquarie University Division of Law (Sydney, Australia, Mar. 12, 2003).

Hate Speech, University of Montpellier I Faculty of Law (Montpellier, France, Feb. 3, 2003).

2002

Hate Speech, Southeastern Conference of the Association of American Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (Kiawah Island, South Carolina, July 30, 2002).

Defamation and Property, Law and Society Annual Meeting (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, May 30, 2002).

Problem Based Teaching, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, Innovations in Teaching and Learning conference entitled “Meeting 21st Century Challenges” (Louisville, Kentucky, May 21, 2002).

Implied Rights in Australia, Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Meeting (Aberystwyth, Wales, Apr. 4, 2002).

Writing Casebook Proposals, Florida Coastal School of Law (Jacksonville, Florida, Feb. 20, 2002).

2001

A History of the Southeastern Conference of the Association of American Law Schools, Southeastern Conference of the Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting (Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, July 15, 2001).

Constitution Drafting, Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Meeting (Bristol, England, Apr. 6, 2001).

Defamation and the Internet, Federalist Society Faculty Conference (San Francisco., Calif., Jan. 4, 2001).

2000

Campaign Finance Reform, Kentucky Educational Television's "Kentucky Tonight" (Lexington, Kentucky, May 8, 2000).

New York Times Co. v. Sullivan: A Forty Year Retrospective, Southeastern Conference of the Association of American Law Schools (Captiva Island, Florida, Aug. 3, 2000).

Judicial Implications: Comparative Perspectives, SLSA 2000 Conference (Queens University, Belfast, N. Ireland, Apr. 27, 2000).

Judicial Implications, University of Leeds (Leeds, England, Apr. 17, 2000).

Defamation and the Internet, British-Irish Legal Education Technology Association (Coventry, England, Apr. 13, 2000).

1999

Content Regulation of the Internet, First Asia-Pacific Conference on Cyber Law (Putrajaya, Malaysia, Nov. 9, 1999).

Free Speech Doctrine in Turmoil: Defamation and the Internet, First Asia-Pacific Conference on Cyber Law (Putrajaya, Malaysia, Nov. 9, 1999).

Globalization, Southeastern Conference of the Association of American Law Schools (Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, July 20, 1999).

The President's Power to Wage War, Cadi Ayyad University Faculty of Law (Marrakesh, Morocco, Mar. 16, 1999).

Free Speech, Crime & Advancing Technology, British & Irish Legal Technology Education Association (York, England, Mar. 30, 1999).

N.Y. Times Co. v. Sullivan: Four Decades Later From a Comparative Perspective, S. Texas College of Law (affiliated with Texas A & M University) (Houston, Texas, Feb. 11, 1999).

1997

Administrative Regulation of Business in the U.S., delivered to a visiting delegation of Moldovan judges (Louisville International Cultural Center, Louisville, Kentucky, May 12, 1997).

Defamation and Reporting, University of Leeds Faculty of Law (Leeds, England, Apr. 15, 1997).

1996

Hate Speech, Daito Bunka University (Higasi-Matsuyama, Japan, Dec. 3, 1996).

Affirmative Action in the United States, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität's Should Women be Treated as Minorities? conference (Mainz, Germany, June 25, 1996).

Constitution Drafting in the Former Soviet Union, Johannes Gutenberg- Universität (Mainz, Germany, June 19, 1996).

The MacCrate Report's Impact on U.S. Legal Education, University of Sydney Faculty of Law (Sydney, Australia, Mar. 14, 1996).

Chevron and Deference, University of Sydney Faculty of Law (Sydney, Australia, Mar. 11, 1996).

Defamation: The Impact of Libel Law on Reporting, Australian National University Faculty of Law (Canberra, Australia, Mar. 8, 1996).

The American Constitutional System, University of Montpellier I Faculty of Law (Montpellier, France, Mar. 6, 1996).

The Republican Revolution in the United States, University of Montpellier I Faculty of Law (Montpellier, France, Mar. 5, 1996).

1995

Constitution Drafting, Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic, May 13, 1995).

1994

Defamation in Transition, University of Tasmania School of Law (Tasmania, Australia, Mar. 17, 1994).

Is the New York Times Actual Malice Standard Really Necessary?, Macquarie University Faculty of Law’s “Defamation in Transition: International Comparisons in a Globalising Era” Conference (Sydney, Australia, Mar. 12, 1994).

Chevron and Format Requirements, Association of American Law Schools’ Annual Meeting (Orlando, Florida, Jan. 9, 1994).

1993

Constitution Drafting in the Former Soviet Union, University of Mainz's Constitution Drafting symposium (Mainz, Germany, June 28, 1993).

The Belarus and Kyrghyzstan Constitutions, Daito Bunka University Faculty of Law (Tokyo, Japan, May 18, 1993).

1992

Affirmative Action in the United States, Université de Paris - Sud (Paris, France, May 12, 1992).

Current Trends in Legal Education, Memphis State University Law Alumni

Association (Memphis, Tennessee, Feb. 27, 1992).

1991

Should Private Clubs Be Allowed to Discriminate?, Louisville Forum (Louisville, Kentucky, Oct. 9, 1991).

The University of Louisville School of Law's Pro Bono Service Requirement, Southeastern Conference of the Association of American Law Schools' Annual Meeting (The Homestead, Virginia, Aug. 16, 1991).

Censorship and the Gulf War, Université Paul Valéry's symposium on the Gulf War (Montpellier, France, May 14, 1991).

The Northern Ireland Broadcasting Ban, Université Paul Valéry (Montpellier, France, May, 15, 1991).

Fetal Rights, University of Louisville symposium on privacy and fetal rights (Louisville, Kentucky, Mar. 13, 1991).

1990

The Case Method, Southeastern Conference of the Association of American Law Schools' Annual Meeting (Nashville, Tennessee, Aug. 18, 1990).

The Case Method, Ohio Northern University College of Law (Ada, Ohio, Sept. 25, 1990).

Personnel Committee (1990-present)

Curriculum Committee (Chair, 2003, Member 2003-present)

Distance Learning Committee (Chair, 2003-present)

Executive Director, Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) (2004-present)

Editorial Board, Journal of Education and the Law (a British journal)(1993-present)

Executive Committee, AALS Remedies Section (2002-present)

Vice President for Research's Research Advisory Council (2002-present)

Faculty Grievance Committee (1990-2002 & 2004-present)

Co-Chair, Montpellier Committee, Sister Cities of Louisville (1997-present)