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May 13, 2008

Professor Robert Tsai Selected to Present at 2008 Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum

Oregon Law Professor Robert Tsai, an expert in constitutional law, has been selected to present his paper, “Reconsidering Gobitis:  An Exercise in Presidential Leadership,” at the 2008 Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum.  Professor Tsai’s paper will be presented at the forum’s Constitutional Law-Historical Panel.   The forum will take place at Yale Law School on June 20 and 21, 2008.  
The forum, which is designed to strengthen the scholarship of young faculty members, began in 2000.  Each year, a selection committee composed of senior legal scholars chooses six to eight papers, submitted on a “blind” basis, by law school faculty in their first seven years of teaching.
This is the second time that Professor Tsai has been selected to present at the forum. In 2004, Professor Tsai’s paper, “Fire, Metaphor, and Constitutional Myth-Making” was selected in the category of Constitutional Theory.

 

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