Phone: (541) 346-5797
Professor Stuart Chinn received his B.A., Ph.D. (political science) and J.D. degrees from Yale University. Prior to arriving at the University of Oregon School of Law, he was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Texas School of Law. His research and teaching interests are in constitutional law, constitutional theory, legislation, and legal and political history.
He has published:
THE LIMITS OF POLITICAL CHANGE: INSTITUTIONAL RECALIBRATION AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF GOVERNANCE (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2014) (to be included in the Cambridge book series Cambridge Historical Studies in American Law and Society, edited by Christopher Tomlins)
"Institutional Recalibration and Judicial Delimitation" 37 LAW & SOCIAL INQUIRY 535 (2012) (peer-reviewed)
Judicial Delimitation in the New Deal Era, book chapter in the edited volume LIVING LEGISLATION (Jeffrey A. Jenkins & Eric M. Patashnik eds., University of Chicago Press, 2012).
"Race, the Supreme Court, and the Judicial-Institutional Interest in Stability" 1 JOURNAL OF LAW 1 LAW & COMMENTARY)) 95 (2011) (faculty-edited)
Commentaries on the article by Professors Bruce Ackerman 1 J.L. (1 L. & COMMENT.) 185 (2011) and Sanford Levinson 1 J.L. (1 L. & COMMENT.) 191 (2011) may be accessed at http://journaloflaw.us/
At present, he is working on a set of scholarly projects concerning political party ideology in American legal and political history.
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