Current Plaudits

Alex Glashausser

Associate dean and professor, School of Law

Chapters

  • "Dialogue in a Video, Dialogue in a Classroom." Techniques for Teaching Law II, Steve Friedland et al. eds. (forthcoming 2011).

Journal articles

  • "Dialogue in a Video, Dialogue in a Classroom." Techniques for Teaching Law II, Steve Friedland et al. eds. (forthcoming 2011).
  • "A Return to Form for the Exceptions Clause." 51 B.C.L. Rev. 1383 (2010).
  • Black's Law Dictionary abr 9th ed. Bryan A. Garnder, ed. (2010) (academic contributors panel).
  • "How 'Supreme' Can Treates Be in a Federal System of Separated Powers?" 11 Waseda Proceedings of Comparative Law 361 (2008).

Internet publications

  • "The Switch in Tax that Saved the Affordable Care Act," The Huffington Post, July 2, 2012
  • "A Modest Pro-gun-posal," The Huffington Post, Feb. 4, 2013
  • "A Colorblind Spot in the Fourteenth Amendment?" The Huffington Post, Jan. 7, 2013

Book review

  • The Quality of Home Runs: The Passion, Politics and Language of Cuban Baseball by Thomas F. Carter (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2008). 29 Bull. Latin Am Res. 556 (2010).

Presentations

  • "The Federalists' Jurisdictional Appeasement of Congress," Central States Law Schools Association Scholarship Conference, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland, Ohio, March 2012
  • "A Return to Form for the Exceptions Clause," Central States Law Schools Association, Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio, 2009
  • "Judicial Supremacy and Congressional Power Under the U.S. Constitution: Returning the Exceptions Clause to Form," University of Tokyo (Japan) Faculty of Law, 2009
  • "Discovery of Electronically Stored Information in the United States," Doshisha Law School, Kyoto, Japan, 2009
  • "Judicial Supremacy Under the U.S. Constitution: A Historical Challenge to the Orthodox View of Congressional Power," Chuo Law School, Tokyo, Japan, 2009

Other

  • Academic contributor, Black's Law Dictionary (Bryan A. Garner, ed.; abr. 9th ed, 2010)