Faculty Scholarship and Presentations

Books:

JANE ADOLPHE, ROBERT FASTIGGI, MICHAEL VACCA, EDS., ST. PAUL, THE NATURAL LAW AND CONTEMPORARY LEGAL THEORY, [Hard Cover] (Lexington: 2012).

Book Chapters

The United Nations System: New Rights, Old Controversies, Proceedings of the Episcopal Conference of Slovakia on "The Church and Human Rights" Bratislava, Slovakia 4 March 2014 (forthcoming).

The Legal Anthropology of Human Rights: A Canvass of Approaches to Explain the Same Reality in International Law (submitted for publication in 2013) as part of the Proceedings from the Conference INTELLECTUAL FOUNDATIONS AND LEGAL MEANS FOR THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN LIFE IN THE PRE-NATAL PHASE: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE, Warsaw Poland 24-25 September 2012.

A Response to Mary Healy in JANE ADOLPHE, ROBERT FASTIGGI, MICHAEL VACCA, EDS. ST. PAUL, THE NATURAL LAW AND CONTEMPORARY LEGAL THEORY (Lexington: 2012).

Chapter 2: The Meaning of Gender within the United Nations System, in ANGELA ÁPARISI MIRALEES,(COORDINADORA) PERSONA Y GÉNERO (Thomson Reuters: 2011), 127-152.

Chapter 11: Marriage and the Family, Rights of Parents and Children: Reflections on the International Bill of Rights and the Convention on the Rights of the Child in EXITING A DEAD END ROAD: A GPS FOR CHRISTIANS IN PUBLIC DISCOURSE (Kairos Publications: 2010) 148 -156 available on-line:http://www.scribd.com/doc/56639475/Exiting-a-Dead-End-Road-a-GPS-for-Christians-in-Public-Discourse-Auszug

The Holy See, the Rights and Duties of Parents and the Convention on the Rights of the Child in IUS DIVINUM, J.I. ARRIETA ( a cura di), (Marcianum Press, Venezia, 2010) (contenente gli Atti del XIII Congresso Internazionale di Diritto Canonico (Venezia settembre 2008).

Chapter 20: Same Sex Marriage in Canada: The Debate About the Best Interests of Children, in LYNN D. WARDLE, CAMILLE S. WILLIAMS, EDS., FAMILY LAW: BALANCING INTERESTS AND PRIORITIES, (William S. Hein & Co: 2007).

Il Diritto Naturale e La Dichiarazione Universale dei Diritti dell’Uomo in F. DI BLASI AND C. WOLFE (EDS.), RISCOPRIRE LE RADICI E I VALORI COMUNI DELLA CIVILTÀ OCCIDENTALE. IL CONCETTO DI LEGGE IN TOMMASO D’AQUINO (Rubbettino: Soveria Mannelli, CZ, 2006), index of the book available on-line: http://www.thomasinternational.org/publications/pub0005/pub0006_indice.htm

Chapter 13: Securing a Future for Children: The International Custom of Protecting the Natural Family, in A. SCOTT LOVELESS, THOMAS B. HOLM, EDS., NATURAL FAMILY IN THE THIRD MILLENNIUM: GLOBAL INSIGHTS, Vol. 1, (Praeger, 2006).

Chapter 18: The Principles and Canada’s Beyond Conjugality Report: The Move Towards the Abolition of State Marriage Laws in ROBIN FRETWELL WILSON, ED., RECONCEIVING THE FAMILY, (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2006).

Chapter 10: Holy See and Convention on the Rights of the Child: Moral Problems in Negotiation and Implementation, in H. WATT ED., COOPERATION COMPLICITY, AND CONSCIENCE: MORAL PROBLEMS IN HEALTHCARE, SCIENCE, LAW, AND PUBLIC POLICY (London: Linacre Center, 2005).

The Case Against Same-Sex Marriage in Canada: Law and Policy Considerations 18 BYU JOURNAL OF PUBLIC LAW 479 (2004) available on-line: http://www.law2.byu.edu/jpl/papers/v18n2_Jane_Adolphe.pdf

Articles

Co-authored with Michael Vacca, Esq., Best Practices: Laws Protecting Human Life and the Family Around the Globe in 2 AVE MARIA INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 1-61 (2012) available on-line: http://ilj.avemarialaw.edu/Content/articles/Adolphe.Vacca.BestPractices.Article_Final.pdf

Gender Wars at the United Nations, 11 AVE MARIA LAW REVIEW 1-31 (2012). available on-line: http://lr.avemarialaw.edu/Content/articles/v11i1.Adolphe.pdf

"New Rights" What International Law Actually Says? 10 AVE MARIA LAW REVIEW 149-168 (2012) available on-line: http://lr.avemarialaw.edu/Content/articles/AMLR.v.10i1.adolphe.pdf

The Holy See in Dialogue with the Committee on the Rights of the Child in 1 AVE MARIA INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 141 – 175 (2012) available on-line: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2089472

New Challenges for Catholic-Inspired NGOs in Light of Caritas in Veritate in THE CATHOLIC SOCIAL SCIENCE REVIEW 16 (2011) 181-193 available on-line:http://cssronline.org/CSSR/Current/Articles%20-%20Adolphe.pdf

A Response to Amnesty International’s Abortion Policy in Light of Mulieris Dignitatem, 8 AVE MARIA LAW REVIEW 311(2010) available on-line:http://lr.avemarialaw.edu/Content/articles/AMLR.v8i2.adolphe.pdf

The Pope’s Peace and Security Council Resolution 1325, 5 AVE MARIA LAW REVIEW 429 (2007) available on-line: http://lr.avemarialaw.edu/Content/articles/V5i2.Adolphecopyright.pdf

The Holy See and the UDHR: Towards a Legal Anthropology of Human Rights and the Family, 4 AVE MARIA LAW REVIEW 343 (2006) available on-line: http://lr.avemarialaw.edu/Content/articles/V4i2.adolphe.copyright1.pd

Electronic Presentations

What the Holy See Has to Say about Violence Against Women and Girls: Commission on the Status of Women, 57th Session, 27 March 2013 in Zenit.org available on-line:http://www.zenit.org/en/articles/what-the-holy-see-has-to-say-about-violence-against-women-and-girls

What the Pope has to Say about Women and Aids, 14 June 2011, in Zenit.org, available at http://www.zenit.org/article-32856?l=english

Other:
Encyclopaedia Entry

Co-authored with Robert Fastiggi, Gender (International Law), NEW CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPAEDIA SUPPLEMENT 2012-13: ETHICS AND PHILOSOPHY. Ed. Robert L. Fastiggi. 4 vols. Detroit: Gale (2013).

Co-authored with Robert Fastiggi, Reproduction and Reproductive Rights (International and Catholic Perspectives), NEW CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPAEDIA SUPPLEMENT 2012-13: ETHICS AND PHILOSOPHY. Ed. Robert L. Fastiggi. 4 vols. Detroit: Gale (2013).

Dissertation

Dissertation. A Light to the Nations: The Holy See and the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Pontificia Università della Santa Croce, Rome, Italy, July 2003.

Articles:

A Market for Tax Compliance, 62 CLEV. ST. L. REV. 315 (2014).

Winning the Crowd: Harnessing Taxpayer Choices to Improve Educational Quality, 63 CATH. U. L. REV. 297 (2014).

Getting Faith Out of the Gutters: Resolving the Debate Over Political Campaign Participation by Religious Organizations Through Fiscal Subsidiarity, 12 NEV. L. J. 83 (2011).

Dining With Tax Collectors: Reducing the Tax Gap Through Church-Government Partnerships, 7 RUTGERS BUS. L. J. 53 (2010).

Agency Activism as a New Way of LIFE: Administrative Modification of the Internal Revenue Code Through Limited Issue Focused Examinations, 7 FLA. TAX REV. 455 (2006).

Note, The New Drug Buyer: The Changing Definition of the Consumer for Antitrust Enforcement in the Pharmaceutical Industry, 2001 COLUM. BUS. L. REV. 203 (2001).

Edited:

Rachel L. Partain, Esq., Court Procedure and Practice Important Developments Report for the American Bar Association Tax Section’s Committee on Court Procedure and Practice (Spring, 2009).

Presentations:

Getting Faith Out of the Gutters: Resolving the Debate Over Political Campaign Participation by Religious Organizations Through Fiscal Subsidiarity, presented at: - Southeastern Law Scholars Conference, Charleston School of Law, October 2011

Dining With Tax Collectors: Reducing the Tax Gap Through Church-Government Partnerships, presented at:
- Florida Junior Faculty Forum, Stetson College of Law, November, 2009.
- Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, March, 2010.

Entities for Fun and Sometimes Profit: Choice of Entity, part of the Basic Tax Practice Continuing Legal Education sponsored by the Florida Bar's Young Lawyers' Division, April 2010.

Tax Procedure, part of the 2010 Ullman Year in Review sponsored by the Florida Bar Tax Section, July 2010.

Articles:

Prof. Jimmy Gurule’, Complex Criminal Litigation: Prosecuting Drug Enterprises and Organized Crime, 3d ed., Juris 2013. 3d ed. Supp. 2015 co-author with Prof. Jimmy Gurule’.

The Inquisition by Special Prosecutor in United States v. Senator Ted Stevens: of Brady, Contempt, and the Forensic Trifecta, 51 Crim. L. Bull. 69-125 (2015).

A Child Needs a Champion: Guardian Ad Litem Representation for Prenatal Children, co-author with Jennifer A. Sheriff, 19 W&M Jour. of Women and the Law 511-584 (2013).

"Extradition, Mutual Legal Assistance, and Prisoner Transfer" in Issues and Problems in Combating Organized Crime, Moscow, 1997.

Presentations:

United States v. Davila-Post-Decision SCOTUScast, The Federalist Society, July 1, 2013.

United States v. Davila-Post-Argument SCOTUScast, The Federalist Society, April 22, 2013.

Smithsonian Institution 2000: "Handling Major Cases", with Roger Cossack (CNN) and Beth Wilkinson (Latham & Watkins).

Moscow State University 1997: "Money Laundering", with Michael Di Pretoro, FBI legal attaché.

The Attorney General's Advocacy Institute (numerous times): "Trial Evidence", "Demonstrative Exhibits", "Legal Ethics", and "Basic Criminal Trials."

The National Institute for Trial Advocacy, Notre Dame, Indiana 1999: " Criminal Trials."

International Law Enforcement Academy, Budapest 1997: "Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations."

International Law Enforcement Academy, Budapest 2000: "Terrorism."

George C. Marshal Center, European Center for Security Studies, Garmish Partenkirchen, Germany 2003 "Homeland Security"

PUBLICATIONS

Dissertation

Brosseit, Brett A. (forthcoming 2015). Law school academic support professionals’ perceptions about development of students’ critical thinking.

Book

Brosseit, B. A., Murphy, S., and Mortenson, E. (2015) Applied critical thinking and legal analysis. Naples, FL: Ave Maria School of Law (textbook to accompany course).

Articles

Charting the Course: An Empirically Based Theory of the Development of Critical Thinking Skills in Law Students (forthcoming 2015).

Note, Buyers Beware: The Florida Supreme Court’s Abrogation of the Apparent Authority Doctrine Leaves Plaintiffs Holding the Tab for Torts of Franchisees, Mobil Oil v. Bransford, 648 So. 2d 119 (Fla. 1995), 23 Fla. St. Law Rev. 837 (1996)

PRESENTATIONS

Brosseit, Brett A. (forthcoming 2015, December). Charting the course: An empirically based theory of the development of critical thinking skills in law students. Paper presentation at Oxford Education Research Symposium, Oxford, UK.

Ayers, S., Brosseit, B., Grise, J. B., Hemingway, J. M., Kupenda, A. M., Morse, K., Lewinbuk, K., McCann, M., and Pierre-Louise, L. (2015, August). How to Teach Critical Reading in any Law School Course. Panel discussion presented at Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Boca Raton, FL.

Brosseit, B., DeWald, A., Monroe, W., and Radice, J. (2014, August). Learning Theory in Legal Education. Talk presented at Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Amelia Island, FL.

Brosseit, B. (2013, June). The Learning Skills Pyramid: An Evidence-Based Legal Learning and Problem-Solving Model. Talk presented at the Institute for Legal Teaching and Learning, Washburn School of Law, Topeka, KS.

Brosseit, B. (2010, March). Teaching Thinking Skills through Legal Writing. Talk presented at Directors of Legal Writing Florida Network conference, Naples, FL.

The Admissibility of Confessions Compelled by Foreign Coercion: A Compelling Question of Values in an Era of Increasing International Criminal Cooperation, co-author with Prof. Geoff Corn, Accepted for Publication in Volume 42 of the Pepperdine Law Review, 2015.

The Relations between Military and Civilian Authorities within the United States, co-author of this chapter found in "Legal Issues in the Struggle Against Terror," Edited by John Norton Moore & Robert F. Turner, Carolina Academic Press, 2010.

Charting a New Role for Title 10 Reserve Forces: A Total Force Response to Natural Disasters, 196 MIL. L. REV. 1, Summer 2008.

Rendition: The Beast and The Man, JOINT FORCES QUARTERLY, January 2008. Awarded Third Place in the 2007 Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Strategy Article Competition.

Employment Protections for Military Service Members, WYOMING LAWYER, Dec. 2003.

2005-2006 CRIMINAL DEFENSE TECHNIQUES (LexisNexis). Lead update author of ten-volume treatise. Revised, updated, and re-wrote 330 pages of manuscript three times per year.

2004 N.Y. CRIMINAL PRACTICE, Chapter 2, "Local Criminal Court Accusatory Instruments," (LexisNexis).

1997-1998 COLLIER ON BANKRUPTCY, Part 1, Pamphlet Edition of Bankruptcy Code (Matthew Bender).

1997 MOORE’S FEDERAL PRACTICE (3d ed. Matthew Bender). Updated and revised Volume 25, Chapters 614-617.1 and Volume 28, Chapters 647-660, 670.

1996 MOORE’S FEDERAL PRACTICE (3d ed. Matthew Bender). Re-wrote Chapter 641, "Search and Seizure."

1995 USE OF STATISTICS IN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY LITIGATION (Law Journal Seminars-Press). Publication update and revision. A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT (Law Journal Seminars-Press). Publication update and revision.

1994-1995 COLLIER ON BANKRUPTCY: EXEMPTIONS GUIDE, Volume 7 (15th ed. Matthew Bender).

1993 COLLIER ON BANKRUPTCY, Pamphlet Edition, Part 1, Bankruptcy Code (Matthew Bender).

1992 COLLIER BANKRUPTCY MANUAL (3d ed. Matthew Bender).

1991 COLLIER ON BANKRUPTCY, Part 1, Bankruptcy Code. (Matthew Bender). COLLIER ON BANKRUPTCY: EXEMPTIONS GUIDE, Volume 7 (15th ed. Matthew Bender).

Articles:

Ligia M. De Jesús, The Inter-American Court on Human Rights’ judgment in Artavia Murillo v. Costa Rica and its implications for the creation of abortion rights in the Inter-American System of Human Rights, 16 OR. REV. INT’L L. (2015)

Artavia Murillo v. Costa Rica: the Inter-American Court on Human Rights’ promotion of non-existent human rights obligations to authorize artificial reproductive technologies, 18 UCLA J. INT’L L. & FOR. AFF. NN 275 (2014)

A Pro-Choice Reading Of A Pro-Life Treaty: The Inter-American Court On Human Rights’ Distorted Interpretation Of The American Convention On Human Rights In Artavia V. Costa Rica, 34 WIS. INT’L L.J. (2014)

The Inter-American Court on Human Rights’ judgment in Artavia Murillo v. Costa Rica and its implications for the creation of abortion rights in the Inter-American System of Human Rights, 16 OR. REV. INT’L L. (2014)

Prenatal Rights Outside the Context of Abortion in Latin America and the Caribbean: a Comparative Analysis of Domestic Laws and Relevant Jurisprudence

Following the Adoption of the American Convention on Human Rights, 8 LIBERTY U. L. REV 305 (2014).

Treaty interpretation of the right to life before birth by Latin American and Caribbean states: an analysis of international treaty obligations, regional agreements and relevant state practice, 26 EMORY INT'L L. REV 599 (2012), http://www.law.emory.edu/fileadmin/journals/eilr/26/26.2/De_Jesus.pdf

Revisiting Baby Boy v. United States: Why the IACHR Resolution did not Effectively Undermine the Inter-American System on Human Rights’ Protection of the Right to Life from Conception, 23 FLA. J. INT’L L. 221-76 (2011).

Post Baby Boy v. United States developments in the Inter-American system of human rights: inconsistent application of the American Convention’s protection of the right to life from conception. 17 L. & BUS. REV. AM. 435 (2011).

Articles in foreign language (Spanish):

Co-authored with María Inés Franck, Aborto y derechos prenatales en América Latina y el Caribe: un análisis comparativo de leyes y jurisprudencia relevantes tras la adopción de la Convención Americana Sobre Derechos Humanos [Abortion and prenatal rights in Latin America and the Caribbean: a comparative analysis of relevant laws and jurisprudence subsequent to the adoption of the American Convention on Human Rights] 10 ARS BONI ET AEQUI 11-100 (2014), http://www.ubo.cl/icsyc/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/1-DE-JESUS.pdf

Co-authored with Jorge Nicolás Laffèrriere & María Inés Franck, El derecho a la vida en una sentencia del Tribunal Constitucional Plurinacional de Bolivia [The right to life in a judgment by the Constitutional Court of Bolivia], 3 LA LEY [L.L.] SUPLEMENTO CONSTITUCIONAL 21 (2014), http://

Co-authored with Jorge Oviedo & Piero Tozzi), El caso Artavia Murillo y otros vs. Costa Rica (fecundación in vitro): la redefinición del derecho a la vida desde la concepción, reconocido en la Convención Americana [The case of Artavia Murillo and others v. Costa Rica (in vitro fertilization): the redefinition of the right to life from conception, recognized in the American Convention], 75 PRUDENTIA IURIS 135-164 (2013), http://bibliotecadigital.uca.edu.ar/repositorio/revistas/caso-artavia-murillo-costa-rica.pdf

Interpretación de los tratados relativos al derecho a la vida del que está por nacer en América Latina y el caribe: un análisis de las obligaciones internacionales, acuerdos regionales y práctica estatal pertinente [Treaty interpretation of the right to life before birth by Latin American and Caribbean states: an analysis of international treaty obligations, regional agreements and relevant state practice] 9 ARS BONI ET AEQUI 53-102 (2013) (Chile), http://www.ubo.cl/icsyc/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/art-3.pdf

La Convención Americana sobre Derechos Humanos: piedra angular del derecho a la vida del no nacido en Latinoamérica y el Caribe [the American Convention on Human Rights: cornerstone of the unborn’s right to life in Latin America and the Caribbean], I REVISTA INTERNACIONAL DE DERECHOS HUMANOS 109 (2011) (Arg.), http://www.cladh.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/RIDH-a1-n1-2011.pdf


Other:

Protection of Prenatal Life in Honduras: a Token of Central America’s Strong Pro–Life Identity, in AMERICANS UNITED FOR LIFE, DEFENDING THE HUMAN RIGHT TO LIFE IN LATIN AMERICA, 63-80 (2012), http://www.aul.org/contents-defending-the-human-right-to-life-in-latin-america/

Book Review (reviewing Rita Joseph, Human Rights and the Unborn Child (2009)), 59 HUMANITAS (yr. XV) 616-617 (2010) (Chile).

Presentations:

Human Trafficking: A Legal Perspective "Human Trafficking: Slavery in the 21st Century" St. John Hospital & Wayne State University Detroit, MI October 2015

Trauma-Informed and Culturally Sensitive Lawyering "Experiential Learning Across the Curriculum" Gonzaga University School of Law Spokane, WA June 2015

How Does Human Trafficking Impact Us?, Human Trafficking Symposium, Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida, January 2015

The Intersection of Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence: "Equal Means Equal," Michigan Theatre, Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 2014

Minor Victims of Human Trafficking: The Role of the Guardian Ad Litem, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, October 2014

Best Practices in Representing Victims of Human Trafficking, Southwest Florida Human Trafficking Task Force Training Seminar, Hodges University, Naples, Florida, September 2014

Human Trafficking: A Crime Against Humanity, Adult Faith Formation Series, St. Williams Ministry Center, Naples, Florida, March 2014

Human Trafficking: Social Constructs, Objectification, and Human Trafficking, Catholic Ministry, St. Williams Youth Center, Naples, Florida, March 2014

Human Trafficking, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, January 2014

Minor Victims of Human Trafficking: The Role of the Guardian Ad Litem, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, November 2013

Human Trafficking: How To Be An Agent for Change, Zonta International Annual District Conference Bay Valley, Bay City, Michigan, October 2013

Labor Trafficking in Florida, "Human Trafficking: A Michigan Reality", Michigan Human Trafficking, Task Force, DeVos Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan, October 2013

Human Trafficking: Looking Beneath the Surface, First United Methodist Church, Greenwood, Ann Arbor, Michigan, May 2013

Human Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery, First United Methodist Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan, April 2013

Human Trafficking, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, March 2013

Creating Strategies and Partnerships in Combating Human Trafficking, Hodges University, Fort Myers, Florida, October 2012

Innocence Lost – Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking, Hodges University, Fort Myers, Florida, April 2012

Minor Victims of Human Trafficking: The Role of the Guardian Ad Litem, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, March 2012

What is Human Trafficking? , Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, March 2012

U.S. Perspective: Response to Human Trafficking, Trafficking Persons Multi-Regional Program,

Council for International Visitors in Collier, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, November 2011

Human Trafficking in Your Backyard – What Can You Do?, Faith and Wine, St. John the Evangelist Church, Naples, Florida, November 2011

Labor and Sex Trafficking in the United States, Trafficking Persons Multi-Regional Program, Council for International Visitors in Collier, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, August 2011

Human Trafficking: Internationally, Nationally, and Locally, "Called to be Women of Prayer", Venice Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Annual Convention, Lido Beach Resort, Sarasota, Florida, May 2011

International and Domestic Framework for Human Trafficking, Symposium on Human Trafficking: "Which Way Home?", Northern Illinois University College of Law, DeKalb, Illinois, April 2011

A Community Response to Human Trafficking, Peace and Justice Ministry Education Series, St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish, Port Charlotte, Florida, March 2011

Human Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery in Florida, Theology on Tap, Ave Maria University, Ave Maria, Florida, February 2011

The Positive Role Educators Can Play in Combatting Human Trafficking, Diocese of Venice Annual Education Conference Bishop Verot High School, Fort Myers, Florida February 2011

Dimensions of Human Trafficking, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, February 2011

Churches and Human Trafficking, Florida Catholic Conference of Bishops Training, St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish, Port Charlotte, Florida, January 2011

Violence Against Women – A Legal Perspective, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, March 2010

Next Steps – Local / State Experts, Human Slavery Symposium: "Out of the Shadows", Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida, January 2010

Need for Legislation and The Process for Services, Unlocking the Chains: Best Practices in Serving Trafficked Persons, Hilltop Complex and Conference Center, Columbus, Ohio, June 2009

Human Trafficking: A Legal Perspective, Ave Maria School of Law, Ann Arbor, Michigan, March 2009

Law Enforcement Strategies for Victims of Human Trafficking and Certain Crimes, Ave Maria School of Law, Ann Arbor, Michigan, May 2008

Television and Print Media Placement:

Interviewed at "SlaveFree SW Florida," Bonita Springs, Florida, Fox 4 - WFTX-TV, January 18, 2014

Interviewed at "A Day Without Slavery," Immokalee, Florida, Fox 4 - WFTX-TV, November 9, 2013

"Keep U. S. Out Front in Fight Against Human Trafficking" -- Naples News, September 28, 2012

"Look Past Politics to Victims of Human Trafficking" -- Naples News (linked on-line by USA Today, Dallas Morning News, Times of India, and Human Rights Today), February 12, 2011

"Law School Helps Raise Trafficking Awareness" -- Naples News, April 8, 2010

Other:

Is Human Trafficking a Problem in Florida? North Naples United Methodist Church March 26, 2015

Human Trafficking in Southwest Florida, Collier Naples Rotary Club, November 2014’

Rescued: Now What?, Zonta International, Ann Arbor Chapter, Learning Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 2014

Human Trafficking Court and the Role of a Coalition, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, September 2014

Human Trafficking in Florida and the Role of a Coalition, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida, February 2014

How Can You Help Combat Modern Day Slavery?, Zonta International, Ann Arbor Chapter, Offices of Keller Williams, Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 2013

Faith, Service, and Human Trafficking, Disciple Alums, Mary Martha, and Sarah’s Sister, First United Methodist Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan, March 2013

The Call to End Violence Against Women, International Women’s Forum, Birmingham Athletic Club, Birmingham, Michigan, March 2013

What Does Human Trafficking Have to Do With Me?, Gateway Women’s Club, Fort Myers, Florida, February 2011

Presentations:

Co-presenter of How to Reap the Benefits of the First Summer Job for the Rest of Your Career, Legal Writing Institute Workshop, December 7, 2012

Co-presenter of Teaching Legal Analysis: Warren the Whining 1L: A First-Day CREAC Exercise, 2013 Southeast Regional Legal Writing Conference, April 27, 2013

Co-presenter of But My Undergraduate Professor Told Me I Was a Great Writer! Helping Students Make the Transition to Legal Writing, 2014 Legal Writing Institute Biennial Conference, June 30, 2014

Lee v. Weisman: Psychological Coercion Offends the Traditional Notion of Coercion Under the Establishment Clause, University of Toledo Law Review, Spring 1993

Oppressive Taxation: Abuse of Rule 54 and Section 1920 Threatens Justice, 58 Wayne L. Rev 235 (2012).

A Winn for Originalism Puts Establishment Clause Reform Within Reach, 21 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1107 (2013).

Publications:

"Travels Along the Efficient Frontier...Toward A New Duty of Loyalty," Texas Tech School of Law Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal, Volume 4 (2012)

"Why Civility Matters," The Thomas M. Cooley Journal of Practical and Clinical Law, Volume 15.2 (2014)

Presentations:

"Basic Estate Planning Workshop," July, 2015 Habitat for Humanity--Lee and Hendry Counties

"The Ethics of Empowerment--Who's Empowering Who-- and Should Lawyers Care?" Co-presentation with Jason Negri, Esq.Ave Maria School of Law Estate Planning Conference, May 1, 2015

"Basic Estate Planning Workshop," January, 2015 Habitat for Humanity--Lee and Hendry Counties

"Navigating Today's Ethical Landscape--Do We Need A New Roadmap?" Ave Maria School of Law Estate Planning Conference, April 24, 2014

"Why Civility Matters" 8th Annual Professional Advisors Conference Community Foundation of Collier County, October 28, 2010

Books and Book Chapters:

Co-Editorship and Co-Authorship of Cyber War – Law and Ethics for Virtual Conflicts, under contract to be published by Oxford University Press (Forthcoming 2015).

Defense Support Of Civil Authorities - Responding To Natural And Man-Made Disasters, © in: Operational Law In U.S. Practice, under contract to be published by Oxford University Press, (Forthcoming 2015).

Fidelity and Fairness in Marital Commitments, Covenants, and Contractual Relationships: Mulieris Dignitatem’s Wisdom, © in: American Law from a Catholic Perspective: Through a Clearer Lens, under contract to be published by Scarecrow Press (Forthcoming 2015).

Co-authored with Winn, John, Data Integrity Preservation and Identity Theft Prevention: Operational and Strategic Imperatives to Enhance Shareholder and Consumer Value, Chapter 14, Part IV, in: Risk Management and Corporate Governance, Edited by Abolhassan Jalilvand and Tassos Malliaris (Routledge, 2012).

Operation Neptune Spear: Was Killing Bin Laden A Legitimate Military Objective?, in: Targeted Killings: Law and Morality in An Asymmetrical World, Edited By Claire Finkelstein, Jens Ohlin and Andrew Altman (Oxford University Press 2012).

Are International Humanitarian Law's Cornerstone Documents still Secure Sixty years on? Some thoughts on the Geneva Conventions and Protocols additional,© in: International criminal law and human rights, ed. Sinha, Manoj Kumar, (Manak Publications, 2010).

The Legal Way Ahead Between War and Peace, © in Enemy Combatants, Terrorism, and Armed Conflict Law: A Guide to the Issues, Praeger Security International Series (2008).

Mark Welton and Kevin Govern, Illuminating Islamic Jurisprudence: The Origins and Practice of Islamic Law Worldwide, © 2nd Edition, Thomson (2007).

The Commissioned Army Officer: Committed By and To The Law, © in West Point Perspectives on Officership, McGraw Hill (2006).

Contributing Researcher / Author, Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC) Final Report to the President (September 2005).

Law Review Notes and Articles:

Reinforcing The Rule Of Law And Human Rights In Mexico Through U.S. Special Operations Forces (SOF) Missions,© under contract to be included in: Law and Business Review of the Americas Vol. No. 19 Issue No. 4 (2013)(published Spring 2014).

Mary Parent and Kevin Govern, Florida and the Film Industry: An Epic Tale of Talent, Landscape, and the Law, © Nova Law Review Vol. 38 (2013).

Kevin Govern and Scott Schlager, Guns for Hire, Death on Demand: The Permissibility of United States Outsourcing of Drone Attacks to Civilian Surrogates of the Armed Forces and Challenges to Traditional Just-War Theory, © Florida Journal of International Law Vol. 25, Issue No. 2 (2013).

Smart Power for Hard Problems: The Role of Special Operation Forces Strengthening the Rule of Law and Human Rights in Africa, University of Baltimore Journal of International Law Vol. 1 (2013).

Warrant Based Targeting: Prosecution-Oriented Capture and Detention as Legal and Moral Alternatives to Targeted Killing, © Arizona Journal of International & Comparative Law, Vol. 29, No. 3, (2012) (published 2013).

Right to Peace or Human Rights Per Se in Islamic States, Ave Maria Law Review, Vol. 11, No. 1 (2012).

Cultural and Legal Influences and Impediments to Cultivating Peace and Human Rights in Islamic States, 2 Impunity Watch Annual Review 54 (2012).

Introduction to The Anticlerical Articles of the Federal Constitution of 1917 and Their Historical Consequences, Ave Maria International Law Journal Vol. 1:2, 461 (2012).

National Solutions to an International Scourge: Prosecuting Piracy Domestically as a Viable Alternative to International Tribunals, 19 University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, Issue 1, 1 (2011).

21st Century Africa As An "Arc Of (In)Stability": U.S. And African Economic, Security, And Development Policies Advanced Through U.S. Africa Command Initiatives, © Connecticut Journal of International Law, Vol. 25, No. 2 (2011).

Resigned to Failure or Committed to A Just Cause of Justice?, © Oregon Review of International Law, Vol. 13 (2011).

Pablo Hurtado and Kevin Govern, Diversity, Global Unity, and the Holy Trinity" Making Sense of World Events Through An Integrative Jurisprudence, © The Journal Jurisprudence, Vol. 5 (February 2010).

Fidelity and Fairness: Mulieris Dignitatem's Wisdom Relating to Marital Commitments, Covenants, Contractual Relationships and the Church, © (Rutgers Journal of Law & Religion – 2009).

Book Review: Human Killing Machines – Systematic Indoctrination in Iran, Nazi Germany, Al Qaeda, And Abu Ghraib, © Homeland Security Review, Vol. 3, No. 2 (Summer 2009).

Agroterrorism and Ecoterrorism: Indo-American Approaches Under Law and Policy to Prevent and Defend Against These Potential Threats Ahead, © Florida Coastal Law Review (Winter 2009).

Book Review: Terrorist Recognition Handbook: A Practitioner's Manual for Predicting and Identifying Terrorist Activities, Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (2009).

John Winn and Kevin Govern, Identity Theft: Risks and Challenges to Business of Data Compromise, © Temple Journal of Science, Technology & Environmental Law (Spring 2009).

Kevin Govern and Eric Bales, Taking Shots at Mercenarism: International Law Misses its Mark (Again), © Fordham International Law Journal (December 2008).

John Winn and Kevin Govern, Maritime Pirates, Sea Robbers, and Terrorists: New Approaches to Emerging Threats, ©, Homeland Security Review (Fall 2008).

Rechtstaat Aspirations Versus Accomplishments, © Indian Society of International Law Yearbook of International Humanitarian and Refugee Law Vol. VI (2006).

Book Review: The Hunt for Bin Laden, Military Law Review (Spring 2004).

Journal Articles:

Military Firearms in Ferguson and Beyond: Arms Transfers to Civilian Law Enforcement Under the '1033 Program', © Jurist Forum (September 3, 2014).

The Passing of Fred Phelps and Challenges to First Amendment Freedom of (and from) Speech, © Jurist Forum (March 23, 2014).

Defense Support Of Civil Authorities – Dealing with Natural and Man-Made Disasters© The Officer, (September-October 2013).

Lawful Military Support to Civil Authorities in Times of Crisis, © Jurist Forum (May 2, 2013).

Drone Operations in Current US Counterterrorism Strategy in Africa, © Jurist Forum (February 11, 2013).

Asymmetric Warfare: The Strait of Hormuz and Future Crises, © Jurist Forum (July 17, 2012).

The 'Great Game' & the US-Afghan Strategic Partnership Agreement, © Jurist Forum (May 22, 2012).

Hungary and Mexico's Constitutional Parallels, © Jurist Forum (February 11, 2012).

Iraq Withdrawal Highlights The Need For Smart Power, © Jurist Forum (December 13, 2011).

Expedited Justice: Gaddafi’s Death and the Rise of Targeted Killings, © Jurist Forum (October 25, 2011).

The Twitter Revolutions: Social Media in the Arab Spring, © Jurist Forum (October 22, 2011).

Avoiding Amnesty: Bringing Gaddafi to Justice, © Jurist Forum (August 25, 2011).

The Mumbai Bombings and the Law of US-Pakistan Relations, © Jurist Forum (July 18, 2011).

The History of "I Swear," © Maria News, Vol. 1, Issue 3 (Spring 2011).

Higher Standards of Honorable Conduct Reinforced: Lessons (Re)Learned from the Captain Honors Incident, © Jurist Forum (January 12, 2011).

Editor in Chief / Contributing Author, Military Legitimacy Review (2011 through present; previously Military Legitimacy and Leadership Journal 2009-2010)

Military Laws on Exemplary Conduct: What Remains After ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Rulings, © Jurist Forum (October 2010).

Florida for Life: Current and Proposed Legislative Initiatives to Promote a Culture of Life, © Maria News, Vol. 1, Issue 1 (Spring 2010).

Co-authored with John Winn, HITECH ratchets up HIPAA accountability, © Modern Medicine (January 2010).

The Geneva Conventions Between War and Peace: Sixty Years and Counting, © Jurist Forum (August 2009).

Sharing a SOFA With Iraq: Towards a Status of Forces Agreement, © Jurist Forum (July 2008).

A Reflection on the Millennium Challenge 2002 War Game: Lessons to be Learned, © Law & Policy Monitor (Spring 2008).

"Making Martial Law Easier" in the US, © Homeland Security Review, (Fall 2007).

Rethinking Recent Rule of Law Efforts in Iraq, © Jurist Forum (February 2007).

"You Can Do It, We Can Help" … Improving Home Improvement" After Disasters with "Brand Names You Know and Trust?"© The Homeland Security Review (Winter 2005).

The Importance of Fact, and The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly of Government Effort, © Law & Policy Monitor (Fall 2005).

Security Assistance Cooperative Approaches to Counterterrorism, © Defense Institute for Security Assistance Management (DISAM) Journal (Summer 2005).

Sorting the Wolves from the Sheep - Enemy Prisoner of War (EPW) Operations During Operation JUST CAUSE, © Military Police Professional Bulletin (October 2004).

Fiat Panis (Bread for All) - But Who Will Pay for It?, © Journal of Humanitarian Assistance (March 2004).

Public Speaking Engagements and Media Placements (2004- Present):

Featured Speaking Engagements & Professional Presentations:

Featured Discussion Group Panelist and Speaker on Professional Responsibility and the Global Fight against Corrupt Practices and Bribery, and International Hotspots and Crises: The Rule of Law and the Role of Lawyers, Southeast Association of Law Schools (SEALS) Annual Conference, Amelia Island, FL (August 2014).

Featured Panelist and Speaker on The Legal Way Ahead Between War and Peace, Conference on The Weighing of Lives in War: Combatants and Civilians in the Jus in Bello, Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, University of Pennsylvania Institute for Law and Policy, Philadelphia, PA (April 2014).

Featured Speaker on Global Law, World Events, and U.S. National (and Homeland) Security, Charlotte County Republican Club, Punta Gorda, FL (February 2014).

Featured Presenter on E-Technology Legal Ethics, 1st Annual Ave Maria School of Law Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Naples, FL (December 2013).

Featured Panel Speaker on The Very Idea of Compelling Business Secrecy Through the Law: Obligations and Imperatives Regarding Privacy, Business Data Integrity Preservation, and Identity Theft Prevention, Conference on The Very Idea of Secret Laws: Transparency and Publicity in Deliberative Democracy, Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, University of Pennsylvania Institute for Law and Policy, Philadelphia, PA (November 2013).

Featured Panel Moderator and Speaker on Medical Ethics and the Problem of Dual Use, Conference on Professional Ethics in National Security Law and Policy, Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, University of Pennsylvania Institute for Law and Policy, Philadelphia, PA (October 2013).

Featured Panelist Speaker, Presenter on Smart Power For Hard Problems: The Role of Special Operations Forces Strengthening the Rule of Law and Human Rights in Africa, Conference on Sovereignty and the New Executive Authority, Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, University of Pennsylvania Institute for Law and Policy, Philadelphia, PA (April 2013).

Presenter, Triumph 2013 - Lives of Valor Awards Ceremony, Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida, Naples, FL (April 2013).

Featured Panelist Speaker, Conference on The Logic of Deterrence and the Changing Face of Warfare, Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, University of Pennsylvania Institute for Law and Policy, Philadelphia, PA (November 2012).

Keynote Speaker on Professional Ethics for 40th Annual Goldfarb Foundation Clinical Conference, King of Prussia, PA (November 2012).

Panel Moderator, Roundtable on Cyberwar and the Rule of Law, Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, University of Pennsylvania Institute for Law and Policy, Philadelphia, PA (October 2012).

Featured Panelist Speaker on "Warrant-Based Targeting:" Prosecution-Oriented Operations, Advancing The Rule of Law, As A Legal and Moral Alternative To Targeted Killing,© University of Pennsylvania Institute for Law and Policy, Philadelphia, PA (May 2011).

Featured Speaker on Legal and Ethical Aspects of Health Care Administration, The Institute for Law and Public Policy, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, FL (April 2012) and Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA (December 2010).

Featured Speaker on Religion and the Rule of Law: Shari’a, Democracy and the Human Rights, South Carolina Bar Convention, Columbia, SC (January 2012).

Featured Panelist Speaker on Ethical and Legal Dimensions of Targeted Killing, University of Pennsylvania Institute for Law and Policy, Philadelphia, PA (December 2011).

Featured Speaker on Legal Education and Advancing the Rule of Law Domestically and Abroad, Marco Island Sunshine Rotary Club, Marco Island, FL (December 2011).

Featured Speaker on Warrant-Based Targeting and the Rule of Law, Human Rights Instructor Course, The Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, U.S. Department of Defense, Ft. Benning, GA (August 2011).

Featured Speaker on Shari’a Law and Rule of Law: Rule of Law and Islamic Law, Interagency Rule of Law training Course, Rule of Law Collaborative, The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC (May 2011).

Featured Speaker on Guns for Hire – Death on Demand? Private Military Companies As State Surrogates For Licit Targeted Killings,© Targeted Killing Conference Co-Sponsored by Institute for Law and Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania Institute for Law and Policy and Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics of Georgia State University, Philadelphia, PA (April 2011).

Featured Speaker on Law Ethics and Religion in America, The Institute for Law and Public Policy, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, FL (April 2011), Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA (April 2010, and December 2009) and Canonsburg, PA (August 2009).

Featured Speaker-Debater on Right to Peace or Human Rights per se in Islamic States The Foundation of Human Rights: Catholic Contributions Conference, Co-Sponsored by Ave Maria School of Law, Ave Maria University and Sacred Heart Major Seminary, (March 2011).

Featured Speaker-Debater on Trials for Terrorists?, The Federalist Society, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, FL (February 2011).

Featured Speaker on Legal and Ethical Aspects of Health Care Administration, The Institute for Law and Public Policy, Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA (December 2010).

Featured Speaker-Debater on McDonald v. City of Chicago, The Federalist Society, Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, FL (November 2010).

Discussant and Presenter on National Solutions to an International Scourge: Prosecuting Piracy Domestically as a Viable Alternative to International Tribunals, © Telford Taylor International Criminal Law Conference, West Point, NY (September 2010).

Featured Speaker on An American Perspective on Advancing the Rule of Law in Iraq, © Bonita Springs Rotary Club, Bonita Springs, FL (August 2010).

Featured Speaker on Risk Management and Corporate Governance, Graduate School of Business, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, IL (October 2009).

Featured Speaker on Identity Theft: The Risks and Challenges of Data Compromise, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY (August 2009).

Featured Speaker on Boumediene v. Bush, The Federalist Society, Ave Maria School of Law, Ann Arbor, MI (April 2009).

Featured Speaker on AFRICOM as the New "New Thing:" Mixed Metaphor or New Paradigm for the Developing World?, The Citadel Symposium on Military Legitimacy and Leadership, Charleston, SC (March 2009).

Featured Speaker on Pax Africana, Postcolonial Identity and the Politico-Military Strategy of U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM), 2009 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, HI (January 2009).

Featured Speaker on Rule of Law and Islamic Law, U.S. Army Forces Command, Atlanta, GA (November 2008).

Featured Speaker on Fidelity and Fairness: Mulieris Dignitatem's Wisdom Relating to Marital Commitments, Covenants, Contractual Relationships and the Church, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN (October 2008).

Featured Speaker on A Catholic Perspective on Advancing the Rule of Law in an Islamic Iraq, Adam Cardinal Maida Alumni Library, Orchard Lake, MI (February 2008).

Featured Speaker on U.S. Africa Command’s (AFRICOM’s) Challenges Ahead: Advancing U.S. and African Economic, Security, and Development Policies, Barnes Symposium on Legitimacy, Economic Development and Change, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC (January 2008).

Featured Speaker on Agroterrorism and Ecoterrorism, Indian Society of International Law 5th International Conference on International Environmental Law, New Delhi, India (December 2007).

Guest Speaker, Rule of Law and Islamic Law, The Citadel, Charleston, SC (October 2007).

Keynote Speaker on Finding the Ethical High Ground and Standing Your Ground, Presentation to JPMorganChase Attorneys and Compliance Directors, New York, NY & Worldwide Webcast (July 2007).

Convention Keynote Speaker on Building an Ethical Climate, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association Annual Convention, Orlando, FL (May 2007).

Featured Presenter on Rule of Law in Post-Conflict Societies, and the Iraqi Legal System, Stability and Reconstruction Operations Conferences, Ft. Bragg, NC (March 2007).

Featured Presenter on Fighting Insurgency and Fostering Stability Through Cultural Understanding and Lawful Authority, The Citadel Symposium on Military Legitimacy and Leadership (Charleston, SC) (March 2007).

Featured Presenter on "Rechtstaat" Aspirations Versus Accomplishments: Rethinking Recent Rule Of Law Efforts In Iraq, Barnes Symposium on Legitimacy and Western & Non-Western Views of Human Rights, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC (February 2007).

Featured presenter on Leadership and Legitimacy in Military Missions and in Society, The Citadel Symposium on Military Legitimacy and Leadership, Charleston, SC, (October 2006).

Featured Presenter on Building an Ethical Work Environment, NASD Ethics Seminar, New York City, NY (September 2006).

Featured Speaker on Comparative Law and World Legal Traditions, Legal Systems of Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran, and Stability Operations and Rule of Law in Islamic Countries, 1st 2nd and 3rd Rule of Law Workshops, Ft. Bragg, NC (October 2006, March 2007, and August 2007).

Memorial Day Keynote Speaker, Rockland County Memorial Day Observance, Haverstraw, NY (May 2005 and 2006).

Featured Presenter on The Global War on Terror, Today’s Army, and The Future, Officer Candidate School Conference, West Point, NY (June 2006).

Featured Presenter on Time and Tragedy: A Study of Two Stability Operations Separated by Fifteen Years, Barnes Symposium on Legitimacy and Western & Non-Western Views of Human Rights, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC (February 2006).

Featured Presenter on Detainee Operations: Retrospective and Prospective, Victory Training Brigade, Ft. Jackson, SC (February 2006).

Featured Presenter on Human Rights and Legitimacy in Military Missions, The Citadel Symposium on Military Legitimacy and Leadership, Charleston, SC, (October 2005).

Featured Presenter on Discerning and Developing Leaders of Character: The Faculty and Staff Role on the USMA Admissions Committee, Navy Service Training Command (NSTC) First Annual Accession Training Research and Best Practices Symposium, Lincolnshire, IL (August 2005).

Featured Presenter on The Law of War and the Irregular Warrior, MS 360 Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict (SOLIC) Course, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY (November 2005, April 2005, October 2006, and April 2007).

Featured Presenter on Rules of Engagement and Dealing with Civilians and Media on the Battlefield Training, USMA, West Point, NY (July-August 2005).

Featured Presenter on Cyberterrrorism, Cybercrime and Cyberspace Law, Information Technology (IT) 305 Theory and Practice of Military IT, USMA, West Point, NY (May 2005).

Featured Presenter on Law of Armed Conflict & International Law-Operational Law, Barnes Symposium on Religion, Ethics & Armed Conflict Law, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC (April 2005).

Featured Presenter on The Legal Way Ahead Between War and Peace, Annual Joint Conference 2004 American Political Science Association and International Studies Association, Washington, D.C., (October 2004).

Featured Presenter on Legal Aspects of Terrorism and Counterterrorism, Defense Institute of International Legal Studies Mobile Education Team Seminar, New Delhi, India (September 2004)

Television/Radio/Print Media Placements:

Television Interview, Naples Professor Puts Perspective on ISIS Recruiting, WINK News Channel 50 (CBS Affiliate)(September 17, 2014).

Radio Interview, Modern tort law and Florida jury award of $23.6 billion punitive damages against RJ Reynolds, Drew Mariani Show, Relevant Radio Syndicated Show/1640 AM WSJP (July 23, 2014).

Same-sex marriage laws point up opportunities for dialogue and some disagreement among faiths,© Naples Daily News (July 20, 2011).

Religions vary on gay marriage, © Ft. Myers News-Press (July 20, 2011).

All 'targeted killings' unique, not just the one of bin Laden,© Ft. Myers News-Press (May 15, 2011).

War on terror expands into territory between war, peace,© Naples Daily News (March 29, 2011).

Radio Interview, Supreme Court Case Overview and Civil Liberties – Snyder v. Phelps, Al Kresta in the Afternoon Show, WDEO – Ann Arbor AM 990 / Naples FM 98.5 (March 2, 2011).

From Networking To Political Revolution,© Naples Daily News (February 25, 2011).

Repeal of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy raises questions,© Ft. Myers News-Press (December 28, 2010).

‘Free speech’ doesn’t include disrupting solders’ funerals,© Naples Daily News (October 22, 2010).

Preserve Readiness and Moral Decency in the Armed Forces,© Ft. Myers News-Press (September 28, 2010).

Challenges confront ‘rule of law’ in Iraq,© Naples Daily News (September 15, 2010).

Featured Podcast Commentator, Dillon v. United States - Supreme Court Case Overview (July 2010) and Johnson v. United States - Supreme Court Case Overview (March 2010), Federalist Society SCOTUSCast – available online at http://www.fed-soc.org and at iTunes Podcasts (July 2010).

Radio Interview, Supreme Court Case Overview and Religious Liberties, Al Kresta in the Afternoon Show, WDEO – Ann Arbor AM 990 / FM 98.5 (May 2, 2010).

Radio Interview, Advancing the Rule of Law Abroad, The Advocate Radio Show, WDTK – Detroit AM 1400 (November 2007).

Radio Interview, Supreme Court Case Overview, Al Kresta in the Afternoon Show, WDEO – Ann Arbor AM 990 (October 2007).

Lessons From Panama apply to Afghanistan, © Naples Daily News (December 17, 2009).

"Environmental Disclosure: Towards an Investor Based Corporate Environmentalism Norm" – 20 B.U. Pub. Int. L.J. 207 (2011).

"The Oregon Trail – A New Path to Environmentally Responsible Corporate Governance?" – 54 St. Louis L. J. 335 (2010).

Books:

CRIMES AND DEFENSE DESKBOOK, JA337 (Eugene R. Milhizer, ed., 1990-1993) (prepared by and for the Judge Advocate General’s School).

Law Review Articles:

The Morality and Legality of the HHS Mandate and "Accommodations," 11 AVE MARIA LAW REVIEW 211 (2013).

Debunking Five Great Myths about the Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule, 211 MILITARY LAW REVIEW 211 (2012).

"The Exclusionary Rule Lottery" Revisited, 59 CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 747 (2010).

So Help Me Allah: An Historical and Prudential Analysis of Oaths as Applied to the Current Controversy of the Bible and Quran in Oath Practices in America, 70 OHIO STATE LAW JOURNAL 1 (2009).

Confessions After Connelly: An Evidentiary Solution for Excluding Unreliable Confessions, 81 TEMPLE LAW REVIEW 1 (2008).

The Exclusionary Rule Lottery, 39 TOLEDO LAW REVIEW 755 (2008).

Rethinking Police Interrogation: Encouraging Reliable Confessions While Respecting Suspects’ Dignity, 41 VALPARAISO LAW REVIEW 1 (2006).

Group Status and Criminal Defenses: Logical Relationship or Marriage of Convenience?, 71 MISSOURI LAW REVIEW 547 (2006)

Justification and Excuse: What They Were, What They Are, and What They Ought to Be, 78 ST. JOHN’S LAW REVIEW 725 (2004).

"Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell": A Qualified Defense, 21 HOFSTRA LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW JOURNAL 349 (2004).

Murder Without Intent: Depraved-Heart Murder Under Military Law, 133 MILITARY LAW REVIEW 205 (1991).

Voluntary Intoxication as a Criminal Defense Under Military Law, 127 MILITARY LAW REVIEW 131 (1990).

Necessity and the Military Justice System: A Proposed Special Defense, 121 MILITARY LAW REVIEW 95 (1988).

The Military Death Penalty and the Constitution: There is Life After Furman, 97 MILITARY LAW REVIEW 35 (1982) (co-author).

Book Chapter:

Voluntary Intoxication Under Military Law, in PRINCIPLES OF PRACTICE OF MILITARY FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY (R. Gregory Lande & David T. Armitage, eds., 1997), ch. 7, at 155 (co-author).

Law-Related Publications (Selected):

Why Ave Maria School of Law is Suing the Obama Administration, RES GESTAE: THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE LEE COUNTY FLORIDA BAR ASSOCIATION, Jan. 2014, at 16.

Guns and the Second Amendment, reprinted in AMERICA’S 1ST FREEDOM, Oct. 2013, at 68.

Reflections on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright, ADVERSE WITNESS: THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA BAR ASSOCIATION, Oct. 2013, at 9.

Legal Education for the Public, RES GESTAE: THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE LEE COUNTY FLORIDA BAR ASSOCIATION, Apr. 2014, at 8.

The Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule as an Article of Faith, 40 SEARCH AND SEIZURE LAW REPORTER 1 (Jan. 2013) (West).

Terrorism entry in IV NEW CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA SUPPLEMENT 2012-13: ETHICS AND PHILOSOPHY (Robert L. Fastiggi., ed. 2013), at 1513 (co-author).

Silence and the Right to Remain Silent, RES GESTAE: THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE LEE COUNTY FLORIDA BAR ASSOCIATION, Aug. 2013, at 13.

Command Authority and Sex Offenses, RES GESTAE: THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE LEE COUNTY FLORIDA BAR ASSOCIATION, Jul. 2013, at 13.

Miranda Rights and Terrorists, RES GESTAE: THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE LEE COUNTY FLORIDA BAR ASSOCIATION, Jun. 2013, at 14.

Guns, Bombs, Natural Rights and the Second Amendment, LEGATUS MAGAZINE, Jul./Aug. 2013, at 22.

Gun Control, the Second Amendment and Your Natural Rights, RES GESTAE: THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE LEE COUNTY FLORIDA BAR ASSOCIATION, May 2013, at 14.

The Morality and Legality of the HHS Mandate and "Accommodations," RES GESTAE: THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE LEE COUNTY FLORIDA BAR ASSOCIATION, Mar. 2013, at 13.

Introduction to RELIGION, LAW AND THE MORAL CRISIS: A SHORT HISTORY OF WHAT HAPPENED by Joseph Mauceri, M.D (2005, second printing 2011).

The Exclusionary Rule Lottery, 36 SEARCH AND SEIZURE LAW REPORTER 1 (Jan. 2009) (West).

Reflections on the Catholic Bishops’ Statement about Deterrence, 99 SOCIAL JUSTICE REPORTER 69 (2008).

Should Peremptory Challenges be Retained in the Military Justice System in Light of Batson v. Kentucky and its Progeny?, THE ARMY LAWYER, Oct. 1992, at 10 (co-author).

United States v. Clear: Good Idea – Bad Law, THE ARMY LAWYER, Jun. 1992, at 7.

Indecent Acts as a Lesser Included Offense of Rape, THE ARMY LAWYER, May 1992, at 3.

Safe Sex…or Else: Using the Court-Martial System in the Military to Limit the Spread of Aids, A.B.A. CRIM. JUST. MAG., Winter 1991, at 16.

Battery Without Assault, THE ARMY LAWYER, Oct. 1991, at 4.

Maiming as a Criminal Offense Under Military Law, THE ARMY LAWYER, May 1991, at 5.

Mistake of Fact and Carnal Knowledge, THE ARMY LAWYER, Oct. 1990, at 3.

Endangering Others: The Military’s Approach for Controlling HIV Transmission, A.B.A. JUDGES’ J., Summer 1990, at 34.

United States v. Collier and the Divestiture Defense, THE ARMY LAWYER, Mar. 1990, at 3.

Involuntary Manslaughter and Drug-Overdose Deaths: A Proposed Methodology, THE ARMY LAWYER, Mar. 1989, at 10.

Legality of the ‘Safe-Sex’ Order to Soldiers Having AIDS, THE ARMY LAWYER, Dec. 1988, at 4.

Effective Date of Forfeitures Adjudged in Capital Cases: Receiving Pay on Death Row, THE ARMY LAWYER, Feb. 1983, at 27.

Presentations/Conferences/Seminars/Media (Selected):

LAW SCHOOLS, UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES AND ACADEMIC VENUES

Criminal Justice Society, Participated in a panel discussion entitled "Reflections on Criminal Litigation" (April 2, 2014).

Ave Maria School of Law. Presentation entitled "Principles of Criminal Punishment" (January 22, 2013).

Florida Atlantic University. Participated in a panel discussion entitled "Health Care and the Constitution: Moral and Legal Issues" (October 4, 2012).

Franciscan University of Steubenville. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "The Morality and Legality of the Health and Human Services Mandate and Accommodation" (March 30, 2012).

The Judge Advocate Generals School. Featured lecturer. Presented a paper entitled "Debunking Five Great Myths about the Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule" at the 54th Judges Course (May 5, 2011).

Yale Law School. Participated in a panel discussion about the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy entitled "JAG Under DADT: Should Gays be Allowed to Serve in the Military, and if not, Should You Serve?" (October 6, 2006).

Wayne State University School of Law. Participated in a debate entitled "The Constitutionality and Legality of the Federal Terrorist Surveillance Program" (April 5, 2006).

University of Michigan Law School. Participated in a debate entitled "’Don't Ask, Don't Tell’ and the Solomon Amendment: Military Recruiting on Law School Campuses" (April 4, 2005).

Hofstra School of Law (Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra). Participated in a panel discussion entitled "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell: 10 Years Later" (September 19, 2003).

Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Participated in a panel discussion entitled "The Exclusionary Rule and Judicial Integrity" (July 18, 2003).

Society of Catholic Social Scientists Conference. Ave Maria School of Law. Moderated a panel discussion and presented on the topic, "Catholic Reflections on Crime and Punishment" (October 26, 2001).

Ave Maria School of Law. Distinguished Speaker Series; panelist in a presentation entitled "Terrorism: Legal and Moral Implications" (September 20, 2001).

PRACTITIONER ORGANIZATIONS

Featured Speaker, Collier County Bar Association, Lee County Bar Association and similar organizations throughout Florida (2008-present).

State Bar of Michigan Assembly, Lansing, Michigan. Lead participant in a debate on a Resolution Pertaining to President Bush’s Order Authorizing Military Tribunals (January 26, 2002).

Annual Appellate Attorney Conference, Washington, DC. Featured presenter. Presentation entitled "Effective Appellate Advocacy" (April 23, 1999).

Annual Meeting of Army Defense Lawyers, Fort Meade, Maryland. Featured presenter. Presentations entitled "Effective Trial Advocacy" (1997 and 1998).

Taught CLE and practitioner classes on criminal law and procedure topics to civilian practitioners, reservists and active duty judge advocates across the United States (California, Florida, Hawaii. Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, New Jersey, Tennessee, Virginia and Washington DC) and throughout the world (Germany, Guam, Japan, South Korea, Okinawa, and the Philippines).

RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

Legatus – Naples, Florida Chapter. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "Updates and Predictions about the HHS Mandate" (August 8, 2013).

Inn at St. John’s, Plymouth, Michigan. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "Religious Freedom and the HHS Mandate" (June 11, 2013).

Christian Legal Society, Chicago, Illinois. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "Religious Freedom and the HHS Mandate" (May 1, 2013).

Naples, Florida. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "Defending the Faith: Why the Federal Government’s Contraception Mandate Threatens Religious Freedom" (April 18, 2013).

Diocese of St. Petersburg, Florida. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "Religious Freedom, the HHS Mandate and the Catholic Church" (February 20, 2013).

Northwest Wayne Vicariate, Redford, Michigan. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "Moral and Legal Issues Concerning the HHS Mandate" (December 11, 2012).

St. Agnes Catholic Church, Naples, Florida. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "Moral and Legal Issues Concerning the HHS Mandate" (October 31, 2012).

St. William Catholic Church, Naples, Florida. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "Foundations of Religious Freedom" (October 10, 2012).

Legatus – Seattle, Washington Chapter. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "The HHS Mandate and Religious Freedom" (September 12, 2012).

Legatus – Portland, Oregon Chapter. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "The HHS Mandate and Religious Freedom" (September 11, 2012).

Diocese of Arlington, Virginia. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "The HHS Mandate and Religious Freedom" (August 3, 2012).

Legatus - Lexington, Kentucky Chapter. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "Legal and Moral Aspects of the HHS Mandate" (July 12, 2012).

Nassau County Catholic Guild, Nassau County, New York. Featured speaker (February 3, 2012).

Town Hall Speaker Series, Ave Maria, Florida. Featured speaker (November 3, 2010).

Faith and Ale Speaker Series, Naples, Florida. Featured speaker (October 21, 2009).

St. Thomas More Guild Luncheon, Buffalo, New York. Featured speaker. Presentation entitled "Reflections on St. Thomas More" (June 8, 2007).

OTHER

Co-host of the weekly radio program "The Advocate," addressing topics involving law and culture (2006 – 2012).

Frequent guest and commentator on national network television and nationally syndicated radio (including Fox News Network, EWTN, National Catholic Radio, Relevant Radio, Sirius Radio, Kresta in the Afternoon), as well as local television, radio and print media throughout the country. Topics addressed include criminal law and procedure, religious freedom, constitutional law, national security law, military law, legal education, the Supreme Court, politics and the economy.

Teaching About Religion in the Public Schools, forthcoming in Ave Maria Law Review, Vol. 11; No. 1 (Fall, 2012).

Rationing Human Life: Health Care Reform and Disabled People, 26 ISSUES IN LAW & MEDICINE 199 (Spring, 2011).

Self-Restraint and Substantive-Due-Process, 27 QUINNIPIAC L. REV. 817 (Spring 2009).

"Futile Care" Lives in the Balance, ORIGINS, Vol. 38; No. 15; p. 233 (September 18, 2008).

Working Justice: Disabled People in Catholic Social Thought, Catholic Exchange (posted August 28, 2007).

The Supreme Court and the Future of Marriage, 84 DETROIT MERCY L. REV. 479 (2007).

Enforcing the Fourteenth Amendment: City of Boerne v. Flores and the Americans with Disabilities Act, 22 MENTAL & PHYSICAL DISABILITIES LAW REPORTER 262 (1997).

Assisted Suicide and Disabled People, 46 DEPAUL LAW REVIEW 987 (1997).

When Life Becomes Optional: A Comment on Kevin O’Rourke’s Approach to Forgoing Life Support, 10 ISSUES IN LAW & MEDICINE 343 (1994).

The Truth of Equality, 70 AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL 114 (1993).

The Americans with Disabilities Act: A Model for Title VII Enforcement, 2 CORNELL JOURNAL OF LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY 25 (1992).

Caesar's Coin: Federal Funds, Civil Rights, and Churches, 9 JOURNAL OF LAW AND RELIGION 193 (1991).

Law Schools and Disabled Faculty: Toward a Meaningful Opportunity to Teach, 41 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 351 (1991).

Employment Discrimination Against Americans with Disabilities, 11 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE LAW REVIEW 255 (1991).

A Celebration of Equality, 64 TEMPLE LAW REVIEW 371 (1991).

The Constitution and the Americans with Disabilities Act: Some First Impressions, 64 TEMPLE LAW REVIEW 619 (1991).

Advancing Deinstitutionalization, 65 NORTH DAKOTA LAW REVIEW 143 (1989).

Handicaps Which Threaten Others and the Prohibition of Discrimination Under the Rehabilitation Act, 6 HOFSTRA LABOR LAW JOURNAL 199 (1989).

Recalling the Origins of Original Intent: A Response to Robert Reinstein, 61 TEMPLE LAW REVIEW 879 (1988).

Presentations:

Speaker at 2014 Legal Writing Institute One-Day Workshop at University of Detroit Mercy Law School, "Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Teaching the current law student by simplifying concepts and through the integration of legal writing with doctrine."

Speaker at North Naples Rotary Club 2013.

Speaker at 2013 Legal Writing Institute One-Day Workshop at Nova Southeastern School of Law.

"The EMS Trial: A Mock Trial Demonstration." Speaker, Society of Michigan EMS Instructors - Coordinators 50th Professional Development Conference, Houghton Lake, Michigan, March 18, 2004.

Presentations:

Speaker at 2014 Legal Writing Institute One-Day Workshop at University of Detroit Mercy Law School, "Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Teaching the current law student by simplifying concepts and through the integration of legal writing with doctrine."

Speaker at North Naples Rotary Club 2013.

Speaker at 2013 Legal Writing Institute One-Day Workshop at Nova Southeastern School of Law. Panel Speaker, 2012 LexisNexis LRW Summit.

Speaker at 2011 Southeastern Legal Writing Conference, "Bridging the gap between doctrinal learning and skills training."

Speaker/Panelist at LexisNexis 2010 Annual Meeting.

Book:

Brosseit, B. A. & Murphy, S., Mortenson, E., (2015) Applied critical thinking and legal analysis. Naples, FL: Ave Maria School of Law.

Co-Authored Article:

The Game Changer: Citizens United’s Impact on Campaign Finance Law in General and Corporate Political Speech in Particular, 9 First Amend. L. Rev. 251 (2001)

Rule 23(b) After Wal-Mart: (Re) Considering A Unitary Standard, 64 Baylor L. Rev. 721 (2013)

The Intersystem Class Settlement: Of Comity, Consent, and Collusion, 47 U. Kan. L. Rev. 413 (1999)

Personal Jurisdiction and the Stream of Commerce Theory: A Reappraisal and a Revised Approach, 77 Ky. L.J. 243 (1988-89)

World-Wide Volkswagen Corp. v. Woodson: Reflections and the Road Ahead, 56 Notre Dame Law. 65 (1980) (with Kenneth F. Ripple) (note: in any citation of this article, Judge Ripple should be listed first).

Books:

Church and State, in AMERICAN LAW FROM A CATHOLIC PERSPECTIVE: THROUGH A CLEARER LENS 95-106 (Ronald J. Rychlak ed., 2015).

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT, SOCIAL SCIENCE, AND SOCIAL POLICY (M. Coulter, S. Krason, R. Myers, & J. Varacalli eds., 2007)(2 volumes) + Volume 3 (2012). In addition to co-editing these volumes, I wrote entries on the following topics: ectopic pregnancy, feminism, mental reservation, and Antonin Scalia.

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS AND THE NATURAL LAW TRADITION: CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES (J. Goyette, M. Latkovic & R. Myers eds., 2004).

Book Chapters:

A Catholic Perspective on Church and State, in AMERICAN LAW FROM A CATHOLIC PERSPECTIVE: THROUGH A CLEARER LENS (Ronald J. Rychlak ed.,)(forthcoming).

United States Law and Conscientious Objection in Healthcare, in COOPERATION, COMPLICITY, AND CONSCIENCE: MORAL PROBLEMS IN HEALTHCARE, SCIENCE, LAW, AND PUBLIC POLICY 296-315 (H. Watt ed., 2005).

The United States Supreme Court and the Privatization of Religion, in THE RIGHTS OF INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS IN THE THIRD MILLENNIUM 271-285 (M. Saulle ed., 2001); reprinted at 6 Cath. Soc. Sci. Rev. 223-236 (2001).

Articles:

The Virtue of Judicial Humility, 13 Ave Maria L. Rev. 207-218 (2015).

Re-Reading Roe v. Wade, 71 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1025-1046 (2014).

The Implications of Justice Kennedy’s Opinion in United States v. Windsor, 6 Elon L. Rev. 323-335 (2014).

Reflections on the Twentieth Anniversary of Planned Parenthood v. Casey, in LIFE AND LEARNING XXII: THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY-SECOND UNIVERSITY FACULTY FOR LIFE CONFERENCE (Joseph W. Koterski, ed.)(forthcoming).

A Comment on "The Constitutional Law and Politics of Reproductive Rights," in LIFE AND LEARNING XX: THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTIETH UNIVERSITY FACULTY FOR LIFE CONFERENCE (Joseph W. Koterski, ed.)(forthcoming).

Same-Sex Marriage, Education, and Parental Rights, 2011 BYU Educ. & L. J. 303-322.

Assessing the Legal Bases for Conscientious Objection in HealthCare, in LIFE AND LEARNING XVIII: THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE EIGHTEENTH UNIVERSITY FACULTY FOR LIFE CONFERENCE 57-82 (J. Koterski ed. 2011).

The Right to Conscience and the First Amendment, 9 Ave Maria L. Rev. 123-139 (2010).

Current Legal Issues Regarding Rights to Conscience in Health Care, 16 Josephinum J. Theology 394-410 (2009).

The Supreme Court and Abortion: The Implications of Gonzales v. Carhart (2007), in LIFE AND LEARNING XVII: THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEVENTEENTH UNIVERSITY FACULTY FOR LIFE CONFERENCE 103-128 (J. Koterski ed., 2008).

Pope John Paul II, Freedom, and Constitutional Law, 6 Ave Maria L. Rev. 61-83 (2007).

The Ten Commandments Cases and the Future of the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment, 11 Cath. Soc. Sci. Rev. 245-258 (2006).

The Public Policy Doctrine and Interjurisdictional Recognition of Civil Unions and Domestic Partnerships, 3 Ave Maria L. Rev. 531-548 (2005).

Reflections on the Terri Schindler-Schiavo Case, in LIFE AND LEARNING XIV: THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE FOURTEENTH UNIVERSITY FACULTY FOR LIFE CONFERENCE 27-49 (J. Koterski ed., 2005); reprinted at 11 Cath. Soc. Sci. Rev. 65-86 (2006).

Reflections on "Looking Back on Planned Parenthood v. Casey," in LIFE AND LEARNING XIII: THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTEENTH UNIVERSITY FACULTY FOR LIFE CONFERENCE 3-19 (J. Koterski ed., 2004).

A Critique of John Noonan’s Approach to Development of Doctrine, 1 St. Thomas L.J. 285-306 (2003).

School Choice: The Constitutional Issues, 8 Cath. Soc. Sci. Rev. 167-181 (2003).

Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia: A Current Legal Perspective, in LIFE AND LEARNING XI: THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH UNIVERSITY FACULTY FOR LIFE CONFERENCE 3-27 (J. Koterski ed., 2002).

Physician-Assisted Suicide: A Current Legal Perspective, 1 Nat’l Cath. Bioethics Q. 345-361 (2001).

Same-Sex "Marriage" and the Public Policy Doctrine, 32 Creighton L. Rev. 45-66 (1998).

Reflections on the Teaching of Civic Virtue in the Public Schools, 74 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 63-91 (1996).

An Analysis of the Constitutionality of Laws Banning Assisted Suicide from the Perspective of Catholic Moral Teaching, 72 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 771-786 (1995).

A Comment on the Death of Lemon, 43 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 903-915 (1993).

The Supreme Court and the Privatization of Religion, 41 Cath. U.L. Rev.19-80 (1991).

Curriculum in the Public Schools: The Need for an Emphasis on Parental Control, 24 Val. U. L. Rev. 431-40 (1990).

The End of Substantive Due Process?, 45 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 557-621 (1988).

The Establishment Clause and Nativity Scenes: A Reassessment of Lynch v. Donnelly, 77 Ky. L. J. 61-115 (1988-89).

Pro-Life Litigation and the American Civil Liberties Tradition, in ABORTION AND THE CONSTITUTION: REVERSING ROE v. WADE THROUGH THE COURTS 23-56 (D. Horan, E. Grant & P. Cunningham eds., 1987).

The Burger Court and The Commerce Clause: An Evaluation of the Role of State Sovereignty, 60 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1056-1093 (1985).

Document Control, in ANTITRUST COUNSELING AND LITIGATION TECHNIQUES (von Kalinowski ed., 1984) (with Donald I. Baker).

Note, The Internal Revenue Service’s Treatment of Religiously Motivated Racial Discrimination by Tax Exempt Organizations, 54 Notre Dame Law. 925-951 (1979).

Case Comment, 54 Notre Dame Law. 438-464 (1979).

Book Reviews:

Book Review, 20 Cath. Soc. Sci. Rev. 123-126 (2015)(reviewing THE CRISIS OF RELIGIOUS LIBERTY: REFLECTIONS FROM LAW, HISTORY, AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT (Stephen M. Krason ed., 2015)).

Book Review, 19 Cath. Soc. Sci. Rev. 249-251 (2014)(reviewing Charles E. Rice, Right or Wrong? 40 Years Inside Notre Dame (2013)).

Book Review, Rethinking the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment: Reflections on Recent Scholarship, 13 Cath. Soc. Sci. Rev. 201-212 (2008)(reviewing NOAH FELDMAN, DIVIDED BY GOD; AMERICA’S CHURCH-STATE PROBLEM—AND WHAT WE SHOULD DO ABOUT IT (2005) and PATRICK M. GARRY, WRESTLING WITH GOD: THE COURTS’ TORTUOUS TREATMENT OF RELIGION (2006)).

Book Review, 70 Linacre Q. 176-179 (2003) (reviewing ARTHUR J. DYCK, WHEN KILLING IS WRONG: PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE AND THE COURTS (2001)).

Book Review, 2 Nat’l Cath. Bioethics Q. 767-769 (2002) (reviewing DAVID ORENTLICHER, MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH: MAKING MORAL THEORY WORK IN MEDICAL ETHICS AND THE LAW (2001)).

Book Review, 23 Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly 46-47 (2000)(reviewing COMMON TRUTHS: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON NATURAL LAW (E. MCLEAN ed., 2000)).

Book Review, 62 Rev. Pol. 382-385 (2000) (reviewing D. LOWENTHAL, NO LIBERTY FOR LICENSE: THE FORGOTTEN LOGIC OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT (1997)).

Book Review, Detroit News, Sept. 10, 1997 (reviewing C. BLACK, JR., A NEW BIRTH OF FREEDOM (1997)).

Book Review, 71 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 213-221 (1993) (reviewing D. KMIEC, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S LAWYER (1992)).

Book Review, 42 J. Legal Educ. 619-22 (1992) (reviewing M. GITENSTEIN, MATTERS OF PRINCIPLE (1992)).

Book Review, 34 Am. J. Juris. 231-44 (1989) (reviewing S. LEVINSON, CONSTITUTIONAL FAITH (1988)).

Book Review, 31 Am. J. Juris. 186-202 (1986) (reviewing H. BERMAN, LAW AND REVOLUTION: THE FORMATION OF THE WESTERN LEGAL TRADITION (1983)).

Book Review, 31 Am. J. Juris. 174-86 (1986) (reviewing R. EPSTEIN, TAKINGS: PRIVATE PROPERTY AND THE POWER OF EMINENT DOMAIN (1985)).

Other:

Can Same-Sex Marriage Bans be Upheld Anywhere in this Era of Judicial Activism?, www.aleteia.org, Nov. 9, 2014.

Ruling is limited victory for religious liberty, Naples Daily News, July 12, 2014.

The goal of "separation" is used to interfere with religious freedom, Fort Myers News-Press, October 16, 2012.

The Privatization of Religion and Catholic Justices, 47 J. Cath. Legal Stud. 157-166 (2008).

Commentary on Public Display of Religious Symbols, Detroit News, December 18, 2006.

Commentary on the 50th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, Detroit News, May 17, 2004.

Granholm’s Abortion Stance is Off Base: Natural Law as Well as Faith Refute Her View, Detroit Free Press, October 17, 2002 (with Mark Latkovic & Janet Smith).

Was Court Correct to Uphold School Vouchers?, Detroit News, July 1, 2002.

No Use of Skin Color Can Be Considered Benign, Detroit Free Press, March 30, 2001.

On the Need for a Federal Conscience Clause, 1 Nat’l Cath. Bioethics Q. 23-26 (2001).

Family Values and the Role of the State Supreme Court, Detroit Free Press, October 23, 2000.

Ave Maria School of Law, 21 NAPLA Notes 39-41 (2000).

The Importance of Parental Control over Education: Reflections on Kiryas Joel, Supreme Court Review of the 1993-1994 Term (Free Congress Foundation: Essays on our Times; No. 31; January 1995); reprinted at 86 Soc. Just. Rev. 120 (1995).

Constitution Allows Parochial School Choice, Detroit News, July 4, 1993.

Are the Barriers Against Killing Coming Down?, Cleveland Plain Dealer, July 21, 1989. (This opinion piece was reprinted in the National Right to Life News, November 16, 1989.)

Baxter Grabs Brass Ring in 1984 Antitrust Season, Legal Times, July 23, 1984 (with Joe Sims).

Sherman Act Slated for Facelift in Congress, Courts, Legal Times, May 2, 1983 (with Joe Sims).

Task Force Member, ABA Antitrust Section, Monograph No. 21, State Merger Enforcement (1995).

Task Force Member, ABA Antitrust Section, Monograph No. 13, Treble-Damages Remedy (1986).

RECENT PUBLICATIONS: Quirk, Patrick. "Bailey, James P.: Rethinking Poverty: Income, Assets, and the Catholic Social Justice Tradition." The Review of Metaphysics 68.3 (2015): 639+. Academic OneFile. Web. 24 Apr. 2015.

Stop ‘Sliming’ Your Liquid Assets: Security Over Deposit Accounts - U.S. Perspectives, 35 Adelaide Law Review 129-149 (2014).

RECENT BOOK CHAPTERS: Patrick Quirk, Book chapter, 'St. Paul in Chains: Response' in ST. PAUL AND THE NATURAL LAW, EDS. JANE ADOLPHE, ROBERT FASTIGGI, MICHAEL VACCA (Catholic University Press, 2012).

Patrick Quirk, Book chapter, Chapter 18 "Consumer Law and the Internet" (with Professor J. Rothchild, Wayne State University Law School), HANDBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL CONSUMER LAW AND POLICY, Edward Elgar Publishing, London (October 2009)

RECENT EDITORIALS: Patrick Quirk, 'Europe Must Make up its Mind What it Wants to Be', NAPLES DAILY NEWS (SW Florida), July 17, 2012, 9B.

BOOKS: Quirk & Forder (eds), ELECTRONIC COMMERCE AND THE LAW, John Wiley & Sons Australia Ltd, Brisbane, 2001, second edition, 2003.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Book chapter, Hiscock and van Caenegem "Internationalization of legal research: finding facts and finding law before the next big crash" Bond University 20th Anniversary Symposium on The Internationalization of Law: Legislating, Decision Making, Practice and Education, Edward Elgar Publishing (UK) 2010.

Tolerance, Law, and Esse Subsistens (Islamic Paradox), in Anton Rauscher (ed.): „Toleranz / Tolerance, With an Emphasis on Islam" (Reihe Soziale Orientierung, Bd. 21, Verlag Duncker & Humblot, Berlin) 1-13, (2011)

Cover Me: The Economy Is on Fire (The German Pfandbrief), 11 German Law Journal 1323-1346 (2010), available at http://www.germanlawjournal.com/index.php?pageID=11&artID=130

Subprime House of Cards, Annals Australasia, August (2010), 28-31

Subprime (Ir)esponsibility, in Anton Rauscher (ed.): „Verantwortung in einer komplexen Gesellschaft / Responsibility: Recognition and Limits" (Reihe Soziale Orientierung, Bd. 20, Verlag Duncker & Humblot), 1-26, (2010), available at SSRN http://ssrn.com/abstract=1468987

Book review, Sher, George; Who Knew?: Responsibility Without Awareness (Oxford University Press), The Review of Metaphysics, June (2010), Volume LXIII, No.4., 49-51

Whither Australian Secured Transactions Laws: from the English System to the PPSA? (Symposium issue), 31 Thomas Jefferson Law Review, 219-278 (Spring, 2009). Cited in Hope, Rebecca, "Migrated Security Interests: Lost in Transition" (2011) 34(2) University of New South Wales Law Journal 646

Curriculum Themes: Teaching Global Cyberlaw, International Journal of Law and Information Technology Advance Access published on March 15, 2008, International Journal of Law and Information Technology (2008) 16: 297-308; doi:10.1093/ijlit/ean006 (Oxford Journals); abstract available at ; original paper presented at the British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association Conference 2007 ("bileta"); )

Review of Eisgruber and Sager, Religious Freedom and the Constitution, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press (2007), The Review of Metaphysics, Vol. 61, No. 3, March 2008

"Insegnare diritto dell’Unione Europea in un contesto cristiano" (Teaching EU law in a Christian context) in F. Di Blasi (a cura di), Riscoprire le radici e i valori comuni della civiltà occidentale: Il concetto di legge in Tommaso d'Aquino (Rubbettino, Soveria Mannelli, CZ, 2007)

Teaching EU Law in a Christian Context, Thomas International Education Project, Rediscovering the Roots and the Common Values of Western Culture, Palermo, Italy, October 24-30, 2005, published 2007 (in English)

Daniel Mannix, Cath. Soc. Thought, Soc. Sci. & Soc. Pol’y: An Encyclopedia (J. Varacalli, et al ed., 2007)

Globalization, Cath. Soc. Thought, Soc. Sci. & Soc. Pol’y: An Encyclopedia (J. Varacalli, et al ed., 2007

Robert Schuman, Cath. Soc. Thought, Soc. Sci. & Soc. Pol’y: An Encyclopedia (J. Varacalli, et al ed., 2007)

Robert Schuman – Blessed Father of Europe, presented at the VIII German-American Colloquium, "National Identity in an Age of Globalization," (Nationale und kulturelle Identität im Zeitalter der Globalisierung) Plymouth, Michigan, August 12-18, 2004, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, 2005

Marriage, Divorce and the Catholic Lawyer, 14 Bond L. Rev. 414 (2002)

Final Report, Workshop on Personal Property Security Reform in Australia, 14 Bond L. Rev. 8 (2002) - with Professor Emeritus David Allan and Nicole Martin. Cited at 14th Biennial Meeting of the International Academy of Commercial and Consumer Law: Bamberg, Germany: 2008, published in 27 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 655 (2009)

A Proposal For Electronic Transactions Tax Collection (ETCC) In The Context Of Tax-Driven Reform Of Banking Laws, (with then Associate Professor Duncan Bentley). This article won the 1998 Banking Law Association of Australia Prize for a Legal Essay. See 10 Aust J. Banking And Fin. Law And Prac. 125 – 143. The article was re-published in (1999) Volume 14:10 of the J. Of International Banking Law pp. 327-41

The Future of Cyberlaw - Playing 'Cheat the Cyber-Prophet', 1998 Vol 10 No 1 Bond L. Rev., pp.1-6. Available at http://www.bond.edu.au/law/blr/contributions.htm.

Contributor to ABA Project-Internet Jurisdiction, 1999, (Australia)

Euthanasia in the Commonwealth of Australia, Issues In Law And Medicine, Vol. 13, No 4, Spring 1998 pp 425-447. Issues in Law & Medicine is a publication of the U.S. National Legal Centre for the Medically Dependent and Disabled Inc, the Horatio R. Storer Foundation and the American Academy of Medical Ethics.

An Australian Looks at German Constitutional Doctrine of Proportionality, (1999) 1 Univ. Of Notre Dame Aust. Law Rev., Vol. 1 No 1 January (1999), pp. 39-55.

Book chapter, "On-line Liability - Defamation" in Going Digital (Fitzgerald ed.) for QANTM Co-Operative Multimedia Centre (Prospect Publishing), August 1998. Launched at QANTM by Federal Attorney General, Darryl Williams, August 27, 1998. Reviewed in Gamertsfelder L, 'A Fitzgerald et al, Going Digital: Legal Issues for

Electronic Commerce, Multimedia and the Internet', Book Review, 1998 (3) The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT) and Gamertsfelder L, Going digital: legal issues for electronic commerce, multimedia and the Internet, Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, C.T.L.R. 1999, 5(2), 62-63 (1999)

Legal Philosophy of St. Anselm, The Philosophy of Law: An Encyclopedia, (C. Gray ed.), Garland Publishing Inc., 1999

The Contract of Hire, The Philosophy of Law: An Encyclopedia, (C. Gray ed.), Garland Publishing Inc., 1999

AUSTRAC Report on Ecommerce Law Enforcement. Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Sep 1999, p. 5-6

NSW Supreme Court Refuses to injunct the Internet , Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Jul 1999, p.1

Recent Events: Internet Defamation – major share fraud, Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): May 1999, p.3

WIPO's RFC 3, Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Mar 1999, p. 6

The Internet - A Jurisdictional Challenge, Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Feb 1999, p2-3

EU proposes new laws, Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Dec 1998, p. 5-6

A Tax-Free Internet for 3 years - then what? Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Nov 1998, p. 4-5

International Organization of Securities Commissions - Internet Task Force Report, Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Oct 1998, p. 5-6

The Future of Copyright Law Revealed? Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Aug 1998, p. 5-6

Death of a sales tax? (U.S. Internet Tax Freedom Bill), Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Jul 1998, p. 1-2

E-Commerce: Preaching to the converted can be a good thing (Enabling Australia Summit), Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Jun 1998, p. 2-3

International WWW site reviews, Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): May 1998, p.

So who controls the Internet? (with Jay Forder), Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Mar 1998, p2-3

E-mail policies considered, (with Jay Forder), Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Feb 1998, p. 2-3

E-mail liability - postcards from the edge, (with Jay Forder), Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Nov 1997, p. 1-3

The Law Merchant - Model for Cyberlaw, Law & Technology Newsletter (CCH Australia): Oct 1997, p. 1-2

Suicide, Utopia and Saint Thomas More, Australian Law Journal, March 1997, pp. 221-223

The Law Merchant: Model for Cyberlaw, 1 L. & Tech. 1 (1997), cited in Emmanuel T. Laryea, Paperless Shipping Documents: An Australian Perspective, 25 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 255 (Winter 2000)

We’re Not Dead, Annals Australasia, April/May 1997, pp. 44-45

Beer, Shares and the Internet, D Morrison & P Quirk, Vol. 5 Current Commercial Law, (Law Book Company, Melbourne), July 1997 No 1, pp. 15-22

National Australia Bank Ltd v Hokit Pty Ltd - Greenwood, Macmillan and Tai Hing Revisited, D Morrison & P Quirk, 8 Bond. Law Rev., June 1996 pp.98-109

Westpac v. State Bank of NSW, Aust. Banking Law Bulletin, Vol 10 No 5, Dec/Jan 94/95, pp. 47-48

Book Review: Joan Priest's Sir Harry Gibbs - Without Fear Or Favour for Proctor, Journal of Qld Law Society, June 1995, p.10

PUBLICATIONS:

"Labored Law: Bilateralism or Pluralism, Ossification or Reformation?," 87 Indiana L.J. 105 (2012).

Response on behalf of Society for Human Resource Management to U.S. National Labor Relations Board’s December 22, 2010 Notification of Proposed Rulemaking Governing Notification of Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act.

Amicus Brief on behalf of Center for Union Facts regarding right of access to employer private property by nonemployees.

Amicus Brief on behalf of United States Senator Orrin G. Hatch regarding voluntary recognition bar and card-check.

Amicus Brief on behalf of the National Association of Manufacturers and 41 additional trade associations regarding voluntary recognition bar and card-check.

Response on behalf of Society for Human Resource Management to U.S. Department of Labor’s March 19, 2010 Notification of Proposed Rulemaking implementing Presidential Executive Order 13495, "Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers Under Service Contracts."

Response on behalf of Society for Human Resource Management to U.S. Department of Labor’s August 3, 2009 Notification of Proposed Rulemaking implementing Presidential Executive Order 13496, "Notification of Employee Rights Under Federal Labor Laws."

"Labor’s Law Reform," Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers.

Statement of John N. Raudabaugh, "Protecting Private Ballot Rights for American Workers," U.S. Senate Republican Conference.

Statement of John N. Raudabaugh, "NLRB Representation Elections and Initial Collective Bargaining Agreements: Safeguarding Workers’ Rights?" U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies of the Committee on Appropriations.

"National Labor Relations Board 2007 Year in Review: Fueling Union’s Demand for Euro-Centric Labor Law Reform," CCH Labor Law Journal, Spring 2008, pp. 16–25.

"Employee Free Choice Act…or…Global Outsourcing Act?" 2007.

"Contract Modification and Unilateral Change—Bath Iron Works," ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law.

Statement of John N. Raudabaugh, "Secret Ballot Protection Act of 2004," U.S. House Subcommittee on Employer-Employee Relations of the Committee on Education and the Workforce.

Amicus Brief on behalf of U.S. House of Representatives Chairman and Ranking Republican Members of Committee on Education and the Workforce regarding card-check agreement.

"Foreward," A Guide to Sources of Information on the National Labor Relations Board.

"Employee Voting Rights: Industrial Stability vs. Employee Free Choice," ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law.

"Electromation: An Opportunity Lost or Just Postponed?" Chapter 29, Non-Union Employee Representation.

"Employee Relations Law Reform," Industrial Relations Research Associations 50th Anniversary Volume, Government Regulation of the Employment Relationship.

"One Former Board Member’s Recommended Changes to the National Labor Relations Act," IRRA.

PRESENTATIONS

"Recess Appointments: Implications of Noel Canning," 2013 National Lawyers Convention, Federalist Society, Speaker.

"Unionizing Through Regulation," Heritage Foundation, Speaker.

"Labor and Employment Law under the Obama Administration," Indiana University Maurer School of Law; Speaker.

"Organized Labor and the Obama Administration," 2011 National Lawyers Convention, Federalist Society, Speaker.

"Avoiding the National Labor Relations Board," Nixon Peabody, LLP Webinar; Speaker.

"HR’s Response to New Union Organizing: Countering Social Media, Employee Handbooks and EFCA-lite," M. Lee Smith; Speaker.

"New Process Steel v. National Labor Relations Board," Scotuscast, Federalist Society.

"Bargaining With Unions: Effective Techniques for Today’s Unique Issues, Including Healthcare Reform," American Conference Institute; Speaker.

"Labor’s Law Reform," Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers; Speaker.

"Ensuring Employee Free Choice—Learning from the Canadian Experience," U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Speaker.

"Rethinking Sourcing Strategies—The Impact of New and Proposed Labor and Immigration Laws on Outsourcing and Offshoring," Sourcing Interests Group; Speaker.

"The Employee Free Choice Act: Who Benefits?" audio event, Federalist Society.

"Labor and Employee Relations Law Outlook," The Knowledge Congress; Speaker.

"Impact of Labor Reform Legislation on Outsourcing and Offshoring," Everest Research Institute; Speaker.

"Re-unionizing America—EFCA, RESPECT, PATRIOT…and MORE!," SHRM Annual Legislative Conference; Speaker.

"Labor Law Changes in the Obama Administration," LERA; Speaker.

"The Proposed Employee Free Choice Act: Be Prepared for a New "New Deal," Global Auto Industry; Speaker.

Guangzhou and Shanghai, China, U.S.—China Labor Law Cooperation Project, Center for China Employment and Labor Relations, Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, University of Michigan, U.S. Department of Labor and China Ministry of Labor and Social Security; Lecturer.

"The National Labor Relations Board: Past, Present, and Future," National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation; Speaker.

"Employee Free Choice Act…or Global Outsourcing Act?" Federalist Society; Speaker.

"Organized Labor’s Campaign for Survival and Resurgence," Uniform & Textile Service Association, Annual Convention; Speaker.

Santiago, Chile, U.S. Department of Labor, ILAB, Implementation of Labor Side Accord to U.S.-Chilean Free Trade Agreement; Speaker.

Asmara and Mitsiwa, Eritrea, U.S. Department of State, "Labor and Employment Law Core Principles"; Speaker.

Books:

Bioethics, Law and Human Life Issues: A Catholic Perspective on Marriage, Family, Contraception, Abortion, Reproductive Technology and Death and Dying (Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 2010)

Co-authored with Terrence McKeegan, The Millennium Development Goals in Light of Catholic Social Teaching, (New York, Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (C-Fam), 2009).

Book chapters:

Contributing author – Through a Lens More Clearly: A Catholic Perspective on Law, editor Ronald Rychlak, Chapter on Property Law, (New York, Roman & Littlefield), forthcoming in March, 2015.

Contributing author – Response to Robert Fastiggi, "St. Paul, the Natural Law, and the Catholic Tradition," Chapter 2, St Paul, the Natural Law, and Contemporary Legal Theory. (Lanham, MD, Lexington Books, 2012)

Contributing author – "The Millennium Development Goals," Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought, by the Society of Catholic Social Scientists Vol. 3 (Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 2012)

Contributing author – "Human Life International," Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought, by the Society of Catholic Social Scientists Vols. 1 and 2. (Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 2008)

Contributing author of "The Tension between Law and Culture," Dialogue between Faith and Culture: Toward Integral Human & Social Development, Asian Bishops Conference & Pontifical Council for Culture, February, 1998

Articles:

Book Review of Monica Migliorino Miller’s Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars (Charlotte, NC, St. Benedict Press, 2012), Vol. 19 The Catholic Social Science Review, (2014) pp. 241-243.

Response to a Call for Papers from World Health Organization, Health in the Post-2015 Development Agenda, Measurement of Progress towards the Health Goals: What are the best Indicators and Targets for Health? "Recommendation: Preeclampsia should be included as an Indicator for improving Maternal Health and reducing Child Mortality, Millennium Development Goal 4 and Goal 5" submitted by D. Brian Scarnecchia, on behalf of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists and International Solidarity and Human Rights Institute, December 30, 2012. Published in the documentation section, Vol. 19 The Catholic Social Science Review (2014) pp. 309-318.

Amici Curiae of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptists Convention and Prof. D. Brian Scarnecchia in Support of Petitioners, On Writ of Certiorari to the Supreme Court of the United States, Association For Molecular Pathology, et al. v Myriad Genetics, Inc., et al. 569 U.S. ____ (June 13, 2013).

Human Rights Mechanisms in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (AESAN), presented at the "The Foundation of Human Rights: Catholic Contributions," co-sponsored by Ave Maria School of Law, Ave Maria University and Sacred Heart Seminary, March 3-4, 2011 and also presented at the "World Congress of Families" conference in Sydney, Australia, May 15-18, 2013. Published in 2 Ave Maria International Law Journal, 2 (2013)

Public Policy Recommendation Concerning Prenatal Adoption of Frozen Embryos in Light of Fetal Microchimerism, Ave Maria Law Review, Vol. 11, No. 2 (2013) pp. 263-297.

Popular articles:

"NGOs of Catholic Inspiration," Lay Witness, January, 2013

"A Declaration of War: The Health and Human Services "Contraception Mandate," Lay Witness, May-June 2012.

"Frozen Embryos: Has Dignitas Personae Changed Anything?" Lay Witness, January-February, 2012.

Guest commentary (Op Ed) for the Naples Daily News on Pope Benedict’s comment on condom use by male prostitutes entitled "Contracepting Sodomy is Oxymoronic" that appeared in the Sunday edition, November 28, 2010.

Family Matters (magisterial teaching on Marriage, Family, Contraception, Abortion, IVF, Cloning, and Euthanasia), in-house publication FUS, August, 2004, Imprimatur by Bishop Daniel Conlon, JCD, November 12, 2006.

With Faith and Reason, (Thomistic anthropology & sources of theology) in-house publication FUS, Imprimatur by Bishop Gilbert I. Sheldon, 6/18/2002.

The Light to Choose, (an introduction to moral theology based on The Catechism, Veritatis Splendor, and Summa Theologica ) in-house publication FUS, February, 2003.

"Mary in Action," Lay Witness, May, 2001

"Renewing the World Order," Brian Scarnecchia and Philip Grey, Lay Witness, February, 2000.

"All You Need Is Love," Lay Witness, September, 1999.

Popular Articles, electronic:

Co-authored with Brian Simboli, Hobby Lobby won: now it’s time they firmly reject Obama’s immoral ‘accommodation," http://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/hobby-lobby-won-now-its-time-they-firmly-reject-obamas-immoral-accomodation July 8, 2014.

Academic Presentations and Professional Service

Legal Aid - Filed a successful federal 1983 class action Civil Rights in Federal District Court, Northern District of Ohio, 1990-1991against the City of Youngstown for cruel and unusual punishment which resulted in the closing of the City Jail of Youngstown, Ohio, and punitive damages for the mistreatment of pro-life rescuers, students from Franciscan University of Steubenville serving as the class representatives.

Panelist - "Capital Punishment and Just War," Franciscan Focus, EWTN television program, March, 1995.

Lecture - Provided a lecture on "The Defense of False Charges of Child Abuse" at a continuing legal education seminar approved by the the Supreme Court of Ohio held at Franciscan University of Steubenville, April, 1995.

Philippines - Lectured with Human Life International for three weeks at universities in Manila and other localities in the Philippines, October 1995.

Philippines - Lectured for two weeks in the Philippines and presented a paper at the School of Law, Santo Tomas, in Manila and at Symposium on Faith and Culture sponsored by the Asian Bishops Conference and the Pontifical Council on Culture "The Tension between Law and Culture," January, 1996. These papers were subsequently published

Legal Aid - Obtained tax exempt status from the IRS for the Society of Catholic Social Scientists, Inc., August, 1996.

Lecture - Lectured at the Society of Catholic Social Scientists conference at Seton Hall University, NJ, on "Population Trends," April 1998.

Lecture - Lectured at the Defending the Faith conference at Franciscan University of Steubenville, "Defending the Gospel of Life," July, 1999.

Lecture - Lectured at the fall conference of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists on the "Population Crisis," Franciscan University of Steubenville, October, 1999.

Award - Presented Thomas Monaghan with Frederic Osmund award by Society of Catholic Social Scientists, in Ann Arbor, MI, April, 2000.

Bioethics - Taught a graduate bioethics course for Franciscan University of Steubenville at Our Lady of the Cenacle campus in Clearwater, FL, August, 2000.

China - Lecture at the Beijing Catholic Seminary, Beijing, China, on "Veritatis Splendor and Moral Absolutes," October, 2000.

Lecture - Lecturer, Catholics United for the Faith conference, Cincinnati, Ohio "Splendor of Truth," November, 2000.

Legal Aid - Prepared on behalf of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists their application with the United Nations for non-governmental organization (NGO) status with the United Nations Organization. Official NGO status granted May, 2001.

Lecture - Lecturer, Defending the Faith Conference, Franciscan University, "Veritatis Splendor & Moral Absolutes," July, 2001.

DOMA - Testified before Ohio House of Representatives in Columbus, Ohio on House Bill 223, Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), October, 2001.

Lecture - Invited lecturer, Population Research Institute Global Conference, Santa Clara, CA "About FACE (Federal Access to Clinic’s Act)" April 2004

Lecture - Lecturer, Nursing and Social Work continuing education conference "Living Wills and Powers of Attorney," Franciscan University, May, 2002.

Austria - Lecturer at the Third Annual Prince of Liechtenstein Catholic Leaders Fellowship, Vienna, Austria, "Religion and Public Life in America," May 2002.

Lecture - Lecturer, the Defending the Faith Conference at Franciscan University, "Law, Culture and Morality," August, 2002.

Lecture - Lecturer 11th Annual Review in Emergency Medicine, Medical Univ. of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, "A Good Death: Changing Attitudes Towards Suicide," September 21,2002.

New Program - Designed curriculum and was the founding Director of the Legal Studies program at Franciscan University of Steubenville, fall semester, 2002.

New Course - Team-taught a graduate theology course in Bioethics with Bishop Gilbert I. Sheldon at Franciscan University, spring semester, 2003.

Youth retreat - Lectures to Catholic high school students at the Youth Mission for the Immaculata retreat, Libertyville, IL, 7/5-8, 2003

Canada - Lecturer, Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy, Berry Bay, Ontario, Canada "Law & Culture," September, 2003.

Supreme Ct. - Drafted appendix to an appeal to United States Supreme Court in, Jane Roe, II v. Aware Woman’s Center for Choice, April, 2004.

UN - Participated as the main NGO representative of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists at UN 3rd Session of the Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities, 5/ 24 - 6/ 3, 2004.

Prosecutor - Provide free legal representation to Children’s Service Board of Jefferson County, OH to off-set the budget deficit, May, 3 - September 1, 2004.

Austria - Lecture on "Human Rights at the UN" at the Gaming campus of the Franciscan University of Steubenville, November 9, 2004.

NGO - Founding president and Chairman of the Board of International Solidarity and Human Rights Institute, Inc. (ISHRI) a non-governmental organization (see www.ishri.net), January, 2005

UN - Brought faculty and 25 students as NGO representatives to the UN conference, Beijing + 10, March, 13-17, 2005.

UN - Brought faculty and students as NGO representative for the Society of Catholic Social Scientists to the UN conference on Population and Development, April, 2-8, 2005.

Conference - Hosted the 2nd Pro-life Leaders Conference at Franciscan University of Steubenville, April, 16-17, 2005

Award - Awarded the student life "St. Francis of Assisi Award" 2005 for the faculty member who embodies ideals of St. Francis of Assisi, April 29, 2005.

UN - Participated in the UN conference on HIV/AIDS and lobbied for the Millennium Summit, 5/29-6/4, 2005.

New Course - Developed new course at Franciscan University of Steubenville on issues in Disability Law, Fall semester 2005.

Law Suit - Oral argument before the 7th District Appellate Court of Ohio (a zoning case) July 19, 2005. Won appeal September 25, 2005.

UN - Led faculty and student NGO representatives to UN 6th Session, Convention on the Rights of Disabled Persons 8/1-12, 2005.

UN - Led student NGO representatives to UN 7th Session of the Convention on the Rights of Disabled Persons January, 22-27, 2006.

UN - Led students NGO representatives from the Eagle Forum to the UN for Beijing+11, February, 27-29, 2006

France - Addressed Bioethics Committee of the European Parliament on legal status of frozen human embryos, Strasbourg, France, March, 16 2006.

Geneva - Led student NGO representatives to final session of the Human Rights Commission, Geneva Switzerland, March 22-24, 2006.

Geneva - Led student NGO representatives to first session of the Human Rights Council, Geneva, Switzerland, May 25-27, 2006

Mexico - Led students to Washington, DC and then to Tijuana, Mexico (ISHRI’s Capital to Village program) to consider policy and implementation of Immigration reform and efforts to combat Trafficking as well as building a home for a poor Mexican family, July 2-15, 2006.

Philippines - Human Life International Asia conference - lecture on the "International Push for Abortion Rights," October 10, 2006.

Philippines - Catholic Conference of the Philippines, Couples for Christ - lecture on "UN Millennium Development Goals in Light of Catholic Social Teaching," October 16, 18, 2006.

New Course - Developed new course at Franciscan University of Steubenville on issues in International Development, spring semester, 2007.

Lecture - Lectured at Ave Maria, School of Law, Ann Arbor, MI on "Frozen Embryo Adoption," March 15, 2007.

UN - Led students to 52nd session of the UN Conference on the Status of Women, March 8-12, 2007.

Civil Rights - Defended the famous Amish "beard cutters" (before they were prosecuted under the federal hate crimes act for cutting the beards of fellow Amish men in 2011) in their domestic relations dispute and federal lawsuit against the Sheriff of Jefferson County, Ohio for kidnapping an Amish woman and then, after she escaped, surrounding her one-room Amish school house with a SWAT team deployed with fully automatic machine guns and battering ram while 22 Amish children ages 6-13 were inside, May 2007-2011

Lecture - Panelist on Ectopic Pregnancy, Franciscan University, sponsored by Students for Life, October 11, 2007

Symposium - Sponsor and MC at symposium on "The Lost Children of China" - a report on a hospice for dying orphans in Beijing and China’s One Child Policy, October 17, 2007

Lecture - Society of Catholic Social Scientists conference at St. John’s University - lecture on the "UN Millennium Development Goals in Light of Catholic Social Teaching," October 25, 2007

Rome - Invited to Rome, Italy to attend the founding meeting of NGOs of Catholic Inspiration, November 28 -December 2, 2007 hosted by the Secretariat of the Holy See. I was one (the first) of ten NGOs out of eight-five NGOs who personally greeted Pope Benedict XVI in the Celestine Hall of the Papal apartment.

Lecture - Gave lecture to Juniper Sierra Club, Wintersville Country Club, on Pope Benedict’s approach to China, January 24, 2008.

Rome - Invited to Rome, Italy to attend a conference by the Pontifical Council for the Laity on the encyclical On the Dignity of Women, February 7-9, 2008 and was invited to a private audience with Pope Benedict XVI in the Celestine Hall of the Papal apartment.

UN NGO - Led students to 53nd session of the UN Conference on the Status of Women, NYC, March 1-8, 2008.

Conference - Participated in closed meeting by Heritage Foundation on International Affairs on issue of "Defamation of Religion" Washington, DC, May 16, 2008.

Appointment - Appointed a Visiting Associate Professor of Law at Ave Maria School of Law, Ann Arbor, MI. Taught Property Law and Origins of the Constitution, Property II and International Bioethics, 2008-2009.

Philippines - Lead human rights trip to the Philippines, July 21-27, 2008: Meet President Gloria Arroyo hand delivered to her a letter from the SCSS urging her to veto a bill that would have legalized contraception, 7/25; Lecture at the University of Asia and Pacific on the role of Catholic NGOs, 7/25; Lecture to international leadership of Charismatic Renewal in Manila on Theology of the Body.

China - Lead human rights trip to China, July 27-August 12, 2008: Went to orphanage in Beijing, 7/28; Went to Our Lady of Sheshan in Shanghi, 7/29; Met Bishop of Shanghi, 7/30; Did beach Christian outreach, 7/31; Participate in Church music competition in Wenxio, 8/2; Went to US Women’s Soccer Olympic game, 8/6; Watched opening fireworks of Summer Olympics in Tiannimen Sq., 8/8; met officials of Patriotic Association at Beijing National Seminary, August, 2008.

Conference - Participated in the Mulieris Dignitatem conference sponsored by CUA and Ave Maria School of Law in Washington, DC as a follow up to the Mulieris Dignitatem conference I was invited to attend in Rome, October 3-4, 2008.

Lecture - Read paper on "Saint Paul and the Natural Law" at Ave Maria School of Law, Ann Arbor, MI, part of a series of lectures between Ave Maria law faculty and St. Mary’s Seminary of Detroit theology professors, November 21, 2008.

Course - Developed new course at Ave Maria School of Law, "International Bioethics," spring semester, 2009.

UN - Led students to the 54th session of the UN Conference on the Status of Women, February 28-March 7, 2009.

Rome - Invited by Cardinal Martino to participate in Rome at a conference on "The Role of Women in Development and Human Rights" by the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, March 20-21, 2009.

Holy See - Appointed to the Expert Committee of the Rome Forum for NGOs of Catholic Inspiration, in association with the Secretariat of State of the Holy See. March 27, 2009

Radio - Invited to speak on "Kresta in the Afternoon" live radio on the United Nations and my recent intervention there at the 53rd session of the Conference on the Status of Women, March 30, 2009.

Radio - Interviewed twice by Al Kresta in the Afternoon for his radio program about my new book, Bioethics, Law and Human Life Issues, August 25 2010.

Moderator - Moderated two panels at the SCSS annual conference at Holy Cross University, South Bend, IN, October, 22-23, 2010.

Lecture - Lectured on my book, Bioethics, Law and Human Life Issues at Ave Maria University and at the Donahue Academy on November 23, 2010.

Respondent - Was a respondent at Ave Maria School of Law "Distinguished Guest Lecture" by Ronald J. Rychlak, Associate Dean of the University of Mississippi, on "The International Criminal Court: An Obstacle to Peace?," February 1, 2011.

Radio - Interviewed twice by Al Kresta in the Afternoon for his radio program about my new book, Bioethics, Law and Human Life Issues, February 2, 2011.

NYC - Lectured on Pope Benedict’s comments on condom use by male prostitutes at "Theology on Tap" in New York City, Bronx’s chapter, March 1, 2011.

Rome - Moderated a workshop in Rome at a conference sponsored by the Secretariat of State for the Holy See and the Pontifical Council for the Family on "Using Positive Language – a Handbook for NGOs," June 3, 2011 funded by Ave Maria School of Law.

Paper - Presented paper on Frozen Embryo Adoption at the 19th Annual National Meeting of the Society of Catholic Social Scientist, Steubenville, OH Oct 28, 2011

UN - International Solidarity and Human Rights Organization (ISHRI), after being deferred for two years by the People’s Republic of China, finally received provisional accreditation in January of 2011 and final approval in July 2011 by the United Nations Organization.

UN - Prepared and accredited students form Franciscan University and Ave Maria School of Law to participate in the 55th session of the Conference on the Status of Women, February 27-March4, 2011 and again for the UN Youth Conference, July 22-28, 2011.

Rome - Invited to Chair the working session on positive language of the Rome Forum of the Pontifical Council of the Family, January 29-31, 2012.

UN - Prepared and accredited students to participate in the 56th session of the Conference on the Status of Women, March 6-13, 2012

Respondent - Responded to the lectures of Rev. Terrence Henry, TOR, President of Franciscan University and Eugene Milhizer, President and Dean of Ave Maria School of Law, on the HHS Contraceptive Mandate, March 30, 2012.

Washington - Responded to presentation by Dr. William Donahue and Atty. Robert Destro at the SCSS Spring Conference at Catholic University of America, April 26-28, 2012.

Madrid - Invited to participate in the academic colloquium of the World Congress of Families in Madrid, Spain, May 25-27, 2012.

Legal Aid - Part of a team of attorney’s willing to defend pro bono the City of Steubenville in its First Amendment contest over the City’s inclusion of a cross in its logo. Several meetings were held with lawyers and City Council, August, 2012.

Rome - Invited to give two lectures, one on "Human Rights Mechanisms in ASEAN" and another on "Demographic Issues," in Rome for the Secretariat of State of the Holy See and the Pontifical Council for the Family, Rome, September 14-16, 2012.

Lecture - Invited to present on my book, Bioethics, Law and Human Life Issues at the SCCS fall conference at Nassau Community College, Long Island, NY, October 27, 2012.

Course - Attended two Continuing Legal Education courses sponsored by the Ohio State Bar Association, one on November 30, 2012 and the other on December 19, 2012 on "Oil and Gas Law" in preparation for a new course I designed in legal Studies on Oil and Gas Law for spring semester 2012.

UN - Drafted a student submission for the UN conference on "The World We Want post 2015 development and health goals," February 19, 2013.

Geneva - Brought student NGOs to the UN headquarters in Geneva and met privately with Archbishop Tomasi, Holy See Permanent Observer to the United Nations in Geneva.

Sydney - Presented lecture on "Human Rights Mechanisms in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)" at the World Congress of Families in Sydney, Australia, May 17-20, 2013.

Rome - Provided introductory talk on the Freedom of Education at the International Conference on The Rights of the Family and the Challenges of the Contemporary World, jointly hosted by the Holy See Secretary of State, Pontifical Council for the Family and the Union of Catholic Jurists, September 19-21, 2013.

Respondent - Provided response to Law Professor Teresa Collett’s paper on "Humane Vitae, Contraception and American Law" at the "Humanae Vitae at 45" conference, Franciscan University of Steubenville, September 27-28, 2013.

Lecture - Provided a lecture on the Public Trust Doctrine and Global Warming at the Society of Catholic Social Scientists annual conference at Franciscan University of Steubenville, October 26, 2013.

Open Letter - Signatory to an open letter from 130 Catholic scholars to the U.S. Bishops denouncing the "Common Core" State Standards as doing a grave disservice to Catholic education. Washington Post, 11/2/2013.

Consultant - Submitted information to Professor Jane Adolphe pertinent to the web page of the International Center on Law, Life, Faith and Family (ICOLF - Rome) for the section I direct, the Human Rights Protection Systems of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), January, 2014.

NCR - Brian Farga from National Catholic Register interviewed me for an article that he published, "U.N. Committee to Vatican: Change Church Teaching," http://www.ncregister.com/site/print/_article/40369, February 8, 2014.

OAS - Submitted ISHRI’s application for accreditation with the Organization of American States (OAS), on March 19, 2014.

Panelist - Defending Religious Liberty conference jointly sponsored by the Society of Catholic Social Scientists and the Veritas Center at Franciscan University, April, 2014.

Debate - Debated Professor Teresa Collett, St. Thomas School of Law, on Frozen Embryo Adoption sponsored by the Federalist Society at Ave Maria School of Law, October 16, 2014.

New Course - Designed and taught a new course, "Climate Change and the Public Trust Doctrine," at Ave Maria School of Law, spring semester 2015.

Pre-Law - Recruited students and provided a sample jurisprudence class for a select group of potential law school applicants at Ave Maria School of Law, January 6, 2015.

Submitted for publication an article entitled "ASEAN’s Declaration of Human Rights (ADHR): Human Rights, National Sovereignty, and the Public Trust" to International Center on Law, Life, Faith and Family, August 28, 2015.

Lectured on "The Public trust Doctrine and Patents on Human DNA" presented at the conference entitled "Patents on Life: Through the Lenses of Law, Religious Faith and Social Justice," Cambridge University, St. Edmunds College, UK, Sept. 4-5, 2015.

Lectured on "The Public Trust Doctrine as the Foundation of Constitutional Law at the conference entitled "Constitutional Law: An International Perspective." Gaming, Austria, Sept. 17-19, 2015

Presentations:

Co-presenter of How to Reap the Benefits of Your First Summer Job for the Rest of Your Career, Legal Writing Institute Workshop, December 7, 2012

Co-presenter of Teaching Legal Analysis: Warren the Whining 1L: A First-Day CREAC Exercise, 2013 Southeast Regional Legal Writing Conference, April 27, 2013

Co-presenter of But My Undergraduate Professor Told Me I Was a Great Writer! Helping Students Make the Transition to Legal Writing, 2014 Legal Writing Institute Biennial Conference, June 30, 2014

Articles:

Bob Jonesing: Same-Sex Marriage and the Hankering to Strip Religious Institutions of Their Tax-Exempt Status, 10 FIU L. Rev. (forthcoming Fall 2015).

Just Because You Can, Doesn’t Mean You Should: Equal Protection, Free Speech, and Religious Worship, 36 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. (forthcoming Fall 2015).

Equal Protection, Free Speech, and Religious Worship, in American Law from a Catholic Perspective: Through a Clearer Lens 123 (Ronald J. Rychlak ed., 2015).

The Demise of Equal Access and a Return to the Early-American Understanding of Student Rights, 43 U. Mem. L. Rev. 557 (Spring 2013).

Christian Legal Society v. Martinez: In Hindsight, 34 U. Haw. L. Rev. 71 (Winter 2012).

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