July 1, 2004
Conservative Law Prof Challenges School's Refusal To Allow Him To Teach Con Law
Thursday, July 1, 2004
Law Prof Rob Natelson of Montana, a self-described conservative who claims he has published 40% of all the scholarship produced by his school's faculty, alleges that his dean refused to allow him to teach con law solely because of his political views. "The law school apparently views this course as politically sensitive and has kept it in liberal hands for over 20 years," Natelson said. He has asked the state board of regents to intervene. See lawschool.com.
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Tracked on Jul 1, 2004 2:28:45 PM
Is there available a list of this would-be conlaw Prof's publications on conlaw available for review?
Posted by: Shag from Brookline | Jul 1, 2004 4:14:14 PM
A quick JLR search shows:
11 total articles.
7 articles that appear to be on con law. All in the past two years. One at a top-20 law review (Texas), and one at a borderline-top-50 law review (Kansas). (The others at Montana, Penn State, Kentucky, Idaho, Nevada).
It appears from the UMT web site that two other professors teach con law there: Mark Kende and Thomas Huff.
A JLR search shows that Professor Huff has three publications, all apparently con law related, all within the Montana Law Review.
A JLR search shows that Professor Kende has 16 articles, most of which deal with con law topics, and including publications in the U. Chicago Law Review, Hastings Law Journal (twice), Notre Dame Law Review, and Constitutional Commentary.
Posted by: Kaimi | Jul 1, 2004 4:52:09 PM
This Profesor should join forces with David Horowitz from www.frontpagemagazine.com and work on the bill the "Academic Bill of Rights" being presented to the Hill in December.
Posted by: allyson | Jul 1, 2004 5:52:16 PM