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Ph.D. University of Minnesota, political science
LLM University of London
European Union Law, Criminal Justice (With Merit).
J.D. University of Minnesota Law School (With Honors).
Private Property and Public Use in American Constitutional Law
State of Minnesota
District Court of Minnesota
United States Supreme Court
More than 23 years of college level teaching of law, graduate, and undergraduate students.
Policy Political Analysis and Methodology; Research Methods; Public Policy; Corporate Power and American Politics; Welfare Reform.
American Introduction to American Politics; American Bureaucracy; State and Local Politics; Urban Politics; Political Participation; Senior Seminar - Supervised senior theses; Race, Class, and Gender in American Politics; State and Local Politics; The Politics and Government of Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Philosophy History of Political Thought; Professional Ethics; Transformation of 20th Century Marxism; Art, Politics, and Social Criticism; American Political Thought (cross listed with the Minorities’ Studies program); Philosophy of Law; Modern Political Thought (cross listed with Women’s Studies).
Law Election Law; Criminal Justice; Constitutional Law; Civil Rights and Liberties (cross listed with the Women’s Studies and Minorities’ Studies programs); Judicial Process: including women and the law and feminist legal theory (cross listed with the Women’s Studies program); Jurisprudence; Law and Social Change; Law and Justice; State Constitutional Law; Criminal Procedure.
Law School Judicial Regulation of the Political Process; Election Law; State Constitutional Law; State and Local Government Law; Professional Responsibility.
Graduate Chaired dissertation and Masters thesis committees; Professional Ethics; Business Ethics; Housing and Economic Policy; Alternative Service Delivery; Research Methods; Foundations of Public Administration; Advanced Research Methods; Non-Profit Law; Policy Analysis; Introduction to Planning.
2013 Leslie A. Whittington Excellence in Teaching Award. This national teaching award, given to one professor per year by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA), recognizes professors who make outstanding contributions to public policy education.
Named a Super Professor in 2012, 2013, and 2014 by Faculty Row.
Fulbright Senior Specialist, Visiting Professor, Corvinus University, Department of Public Administration, Budapest, Hungary (Fall, 2009).
Visiting Professor, Hubert Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota (Spring, 2008).
Fulbright Senior Specialist, Visiting Professor, American University Armenia, Department of Law (Spring, 2007).