Alex Glashausser Publications, Presentations, and Other Activity

Articles in Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals

"Judicial Supremacy Under the U.S. Constitution: A Historical Challenge to the Orthodox View of Congressional Power," __ Chuo Law Journal ___ (forthcoming).

"International Torts, Extraterritorial Distortion,"  __ Chuo Comparative Law Review, ___ (forthcoming).

"Human Rights, Jurisdictional Wrongs: The Misconstrued Alien Tort Statute," __ Waseda Comparative Law Journal ___ (forthcoming 2014).

"The Extension Clause and the Supreme Court's Jurisdictional Independence," 53 Boston College Law Review 1225 (2012).

"A Return to Form for the Exceptions Clause," 51 Boston College Law Review 1383 (2010).

"How 'Supreme' Can Treaties Be in a Federal System of Separated Powers?," 11 Waseda Proceedings of Comparative Law 361 (2008). Translated "Joyaku wa Kenryoku no Bunritsu Shita Renposei no Moto de Ikani Saikosei o Mochiuruka" by Shigeo Miyagawa and Yoshiaki Haraguchi, 43:2 Comparative Law Review (Waseda University) 209 (2009).

"What We Must Never Forget When It Is A Treaty We Are Expounding," 73 University of Cincinnati Law Review 1243 (2005).

"Difference and Deference in Treaty Interpretation," 50 Villanova Law Review 25 (2005).

"Juggling failure and success," Law Teacher (Fall 2003, p. 3).

"Citation and Representation," 55 Vanderbilt Law Review 59 (2002).

"From Electoral College to Law School: Research and Writing Lessons from the Recount," 10 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 1 (2001).

"What Is "Lecturing," Alex?" 8 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 73 (2000).

"The Treatment of Foreign Country Convictions as Predicates For Sentence Enhancement Under Recidivist Statutes," 44 Duke Law Journal 134 (1994).

Chapters in Books

"Treaties as Domestic Law in the United States" in Progress in International Law (edited by Russell A. Miller and Rebecca M. Bratspies). Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008.

"Of Digests and Parties" in Teaching the Law School Curriculum (edited by Steven Friedland and Gerald F. Hess). Durham, N.C. : Carolina Academic Press, 2004.

"A Global Enterprise" in Courting the Yankees: Legal Essays on the Bronx Bombers (edited by Ettie Ward). Durham, N.C. : Carolina Academic Press, 2003.

Book Reviews

The Quality of Home Runs: The Passion, Politics, and Language of Cuban Baseball, Thomas F. Carter (Duke University Press 2008), 29 Bulletin of Latin American Research 556 (2010).

Other Publications

"Doing Nothing Is a Right, But Is It Right?," The Huffington Post (September 12, 2013).

"Guns, Grenades and Graffiti," The Huffington Post (May 14, 2013).

"A Gay Old, and New, Time at the Supreme Court," The Huffington Post (March 28, 2013).

"A Modest Pro-gun-posal," The Huffington Post (February 4, 2013).

"A Colorblind Spot in the Fourteenth Amendment?," The Huffington Post (January 7, 2013).

"The Switch in Tax That Saved the Affordable Care Act," The Huffington Post (July 2, 2012).

"The Last Word on the Debt Ceiling," The Huffington Post (June 20, 2012).
» Discussed in: "Obama's Best Argument for Getting Around Debt Ceiling? Lex Posterior Derogat Priori," MinnPost.com (January 21, 2013).

"'It' Is the Supreme Court's Jurisdiction — and Congress Can't Take Exception," The Huffington Post (February 22, 2012).

"Dialogue in a Video, Dialogue in the Classroom," (p. 117-119) in Techniques for Teaching Law II (Gerald F. Hess et al.) Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Press, 2011.

"Juggling Failure & Success," (p. 18-20) in Techniques for Teaching Law II (Gerald F. Hess et al.). Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Press, 2011.

Panel of Academic Contributors, Black's Law Dictionary (Bryan A. Garner ed., abridged 9th ed. 2010) (editing work on roughly 1,000 entries).

Presentations

"Human Rights, Jurisdictional Wrongs: The Misconstrued Alien Tort Statute," Waseda University Institute of Comparative Law, Open Lecture Series No.11 (2013), Tokyo, Japan, July 24, 2013.

"International Torts, Extraterritorial Distortion," Chuo University Comparative Law Institute, Tokyo, Japan, July 1, 2013.

"The Federalists' Jurisdictional Appeasement of Congress," Central States Law Schools Association 2012 Annual Conference, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland, Ohio, October 20, 2012.

"Signs of Distress: The First Amendment and Snyder v. Phelps," Fukuoka University Exchange Group, Fukuoka, Japan, March, 2012.

"The Extension Clause and the Independence of the Supreme Court's Jurisdiction," Junior Faculty Federal Courts Workshop, Florida International University College of Law, Miami, Florida, February, 2012.

"A Return to Form for the Exceptions Clause," Central States Law Schools Association Conference, Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio, October 2009.

"No Suit for You: Teaching Ashcroft v. Iqbal" Workshop on Civil Procedure, 2010 Mid Year Meeting, Association of American Law Schools, New York, New York, June 11, 2010.

"Constitutional Conflict: Judicial Supremacy and Congressional Power," Washburn University Constitution Day Event, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, September 17, 2009.

"37 Views of Mount Fuji and 3 of Japanese Education," Washburn University Brown Bag International Lecture, Topeka, Kansas, August 26, 2009.

"Judicial Supremacy Under the U.S. Constitution: A Historical Challenge to the Orthodox View of Congressional Power," Chuo Law School, Tokyo, Japan, June 20, 2009.

"Discovery of Electronically Stored Information in the United States," Doshisha Law School, Kyoto, Japan, July 10, 2009.

"Judicial Supremacy and Congressional Power Under the U.S. Constitution: Returning the Exceptions Clause to Form," University of Tokyo Faculty of Law, Tokyo, Japan, July 13, 2009.

"How 'Supreme' Can Treaties Be in a Federal System of Separated Powers?" Waseda University Institute of Comparative Law, Waseda Law School, Tokyo, Japan, December 22, 2008.

"Electronic Discovery in the United States Under the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure," Doshisha Law School, Kyoto, Japan, December 19, 2008.

"Congressional Control of Federal Courts’ Jurisdiction," Doshisha Law School, Kyoto, Japan, December 18, 2008.

Session Leader (with Robert Wilcox), "Changing from Faculty Member to Administrator: Negotiating Your New Role with Colleagues," The Changing Role of the Associate Dean, American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar Associate Deans' Conference, Englewood, Colorado, June 13, 2008.

Plenary Speaker, "How the Associate Dean's Changing Roles Affect Relationships," The Changing Role of the Associate Dean, American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar Associate Deans' Conference, Englewood, Colorado, June 13, 2008.