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Mark S. Weiner
Works at Rutgers-Newark School of Law
Attended Stanford University
Lives in Connecticut, United States
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What in My Bag: A Theory Guy Creates a Kit for the GH4
This post isn’t about law, but rather about my work in documentary video—it’s a post for gear heads, especially users of the Panasonic Lumix GH4. I’m beginning to prepare to shoot a film that will …
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I turned on my iPhone today as Mike Widener and I were solving a little problem for our exhibit "Law's Picture Books," to open at the Grolier Club in New York in February 2018. This is what the phone recorded. 
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The origin and structure of my video project about Austrian law and landscape, based on my time as a Fulbright scholar at the University of Salzburg.
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Why is a basic doctrine of Austrian constitutional law named after one of the central features of the Austrian landscape? A conversation with two far-flung Austrian legal scholars. This video is part of my developing film "Wood, Water, Stone, Sky, Milk."
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Lately I’ve been working on a full-length film about the relation between law and landscape in Austria. The film is called “Stone, Water and Wood”—or, when I’m feeling especially ambitious, “Wood, Water, Stone, Sky, Milk.” 
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As Mike Widener happily reports today in his blog, our short-short iPhone video “Putting Together a Book Exhibition” has won this year’s best video prize in the “Day in the …
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I’m pleased to share the latest video from my developing film about law and landscape in Austria. This segment is called “Florian & Friends Talk about Purity." The video is about water, water law, Austrian identity, legal philosophy, concepts of the state, ideas of the public, approaches to time and tradition, metaphor, and some great old books. Plus, there’s a cameo appearance by a sweet Alpine cow.
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Guest post on Environment, Law and History about the origins and conceptual structure of my latest video project.
David Schorr recently invited me to share a few words about my latest video project with the readers of this blog. The video will be called “Wood, Water, Stone, Sky, Milk: Law and Landscape in Austria.” It will run about nine...
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When my wife and I were living in Salzburg last semester, I had the chance to talk with a local archivist with a surprising combination of skills. We had a wide-ranging conversation about music, mountains, law, and what it means to be Austrian. Our discussion will be part of my video-in-progress—”Wood, Water, Stone, Sky, Milk”—but for now I’ve created a preview. 
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Author of The Rule of the Clan. Blogging at worldsoflaw.com.
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Author of The Rule of the Clan. Blogging at www.worldsoflaw.com.
Education
  • Stanford University
    American Studies
  • Yale University
    American Studies
  • Yale Law School
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Writer, law professor.
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  • Rutgers-Newark School of Law
    Professor, 2002 - present
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