"Individual Rights Under a System of Dual Sovereignty: The Right to Keep and Bear Arms," 59 Kansas Law Review 865 (2011); "State Constitutional Law: The Modern Experience" (Thomson-West 2010) (casebook), Holland, McAllister, Shaman & Sutton; "Ask the State Solicitor General: Can the State File a 'Reply' Brief When It Takes An Exception In An Original Jurisdiction Case In The Supreme Court of the United States?", 29 Review of Litigation 537 (2010) (part of University of Texas symposium issue); "The Supreme Court's Treatment of Sovereigns as Amici Curiae," 13 Green Bag 2D 289 (Spring 2010); "Can Congress Create Procedures for the Supreme Court's Original Jurisdiction Cases?", 12 Green Bag 2d 281 (2009); "Funeral Picketing Laws and Free Speech," 55 Kansas Law Review 101 (2007); "Some Reflections on the Constitutionality of Sex Offender Laws," 50 Kansas Law Review 101 (2002); "'Insider' Deaning," 34 University of Toledo Law Review 121 (2002); "Sex Offenders and Mental Illness: A Lesson in Federalism and the Separation of Powers," 4 Psychology, Public Policy & Law 1 (1998); "The Constitutionality of Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification/Public Access Laws," 29 Texas Tech Law Review 97 (1998); "The Problem of Implementing a Constitutional System of Capital Punishment," 43 Kansas Law Review 1039 (1995); "A Pragmatic Approach to the Eighth Amendment and Punitive Damages," 43 Kansas Law Review 761 (1995).
Constitutional law generally, including state constitutional law; federal topics, such as federalism, free speech, congressional power, and constitutional torts; as well as U.S. Supreme Court history.
J.D., B.A., Kansas, 1988, 1985, Articles Editor, University of Kansas Law Review.
Illinois 1989, D.C. 1991, Kansas 1993, Supreme Court of the United States, most Federal Courts of Appeal, and the District of Kansas.
Clerk, Judge Richard Posner, U.S. Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit 1988-89; Clerk, Justice Byron White, U.S. Supreme Court 1989-91; Clerk, Justice Clarence Thomas, U.S. Supreme Court 1991-1992; Associate, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, DC, 1992-93; Visiting Associate Professor, Kansas 1993-95, Associate Professor, Kansas 1995-98, Professor since 1999; Associate Dean of Academic Affairs 1999-2000; Dean 2000-2005; Interim Director, Dole Institute of Politics 2003-04.
American Law Institute; Order of the Coif; American Bar Foundation Fellows; Supreme Court Historical Society.