- Yale Law School, University of Connecticut School of Law, Wheaton College, Simsbury High School
- South Texas College of LawLaw Professor, present
- Greater Hartford Legal Aid
How NOT To Argue That A Court Should Avoid Creating A Circuit Split - Ci...
Sometimes appellate advocates argue that the circuit court panel in their case should align with the decisions of one or two other circuits
D.C. District Court Discusses Circuit Split Over Miranda "Custody" and H...
On April 14, the D.C. District Court issued a decision in U.S. v. Richardson that included a nice discussion of the current circuit split ov
States Split Over Lawyer Confidentiality Rules - Circuit Splits
Codes of legal ethics vary state by state, but most draw heavily from the ABA's Model Rules of Professional Conduct. The ABA has revised Rul
Encyclopedia of Ancient Christianity (hardcover) - InterVarsity Press
This 3-volume encyclopedia, produced by the Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum, comprises 3,220 entries by a team of 266 scholars from 26
Strategy Differences Between the Ancient Greeks and Romans
The early French philosopher Montaigne described an interesting difference in the strategies of ancient Greeks and Romans (Essays, Book I Ch
Holding Off On Chicago's Airport Privatization Deal
Joe Cahill, of chicagobusiness.com, published an article urging Mayor Rahm Emanuel to reconsider privatizing Chicago's Midway Airport. Mr. C
Sasha Volokh on Privatization and the Employee-Contractor Distinction
Alexander Volokh has a new article in the UCLA Law Review entitled Privatization and the Elusive Employee-Contractor Distinction. In it, he
Privatization Blog: Risky Business: A Look at “State-Owned Enterprises”...
Risky Business: A Look at “State-Owned Enterprises” Under the FCPA (Part 1). Operating in foreign markets can be risky business for US compa
Privatization Blog: Yet Another Major Federal Contract with No Competiti...
Yet Another Major Federal Contract with No Competitive Bidding. The LA Times reports here that the Obama Administration crammed through a co
Privatization Blog: Recommended Reading: The Privatization Trap
"Privatization is one of the few political projects that enjoys bipartisan support: Conservatives cheer the rollback of the state, and
10-Circuit Split Over Finality of Benefits Decision Under the Social Sec...
Last Thursday Judge Raymond Fisher of the Ninth Circuit noted the existence of a deep circuit split involving Title II of the Social Securit
Privatization Litigation: the Case of the Outsourced School Maintenance
A new court decision provides an interesting vignette into privatization of government services: Merges v. Aramark Corp., Slip Copy, 2012 WL
The Mechanics of Government Make-Or-Buy Decisions: DoD Wants to Change F...
U.S. Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) language that permits purchases to be considered commercial if they are "of a type" simi