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Her areas of expertise include juries, judges, and courts. She is the author of forty law review articles, two books, nine book chapters, twenty-five essays, and eleven book reviews. She is a graduate of Yale Law School, and has a M.
Transforming Citizens into Jurors, which examines how every stage of the jury process—from voir dire to post-verdict interviews—helps to transform ordinary citizens into responsible jurors.
Marder's theory of jurors starts from the premise that citizens can be complicated and have biases, as all people do, rather than assuming a simplistic model of jurors who are either biased or unbiased, as the traditional view does.
This new theory nonetheless allows for understanding the creation of impartial jurors through the jury process. His major publications include books and articles on interest groups, international trade union politics, constitutional politics, German federalism, and state constitutional courts.
As a senior fellow at the Baldy Center, he will explore whether, and to what extent, decisions of a German subnational constitutional court and an American state supreme court infringe on the competencies of state legislatures.
Past Senior Fellows Nora V. Demleitner, Senior Fellow, is Roy L. Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University in Virginia, where she previously served as dean of the law school.
She has authored over sixty articles, published in leading U. Her Baldy Center research will outline the pressing need to dismantle mass imprisonment and provide proposals on how to achieve that goal.
It is based on personal, theoretical, and practical accounts of the U. He has authored and co-authored over fifty books on constitutional law, federalism, state constitutional law and municipal law. He holds a Ph. His Baldy Center research will be to study and write on a constitutional comparative vision on American and Argentinian federations.
Using an interdisciplinary approach, he will analyze the similarities and differences between the two, taking into account that the model for the original Argentina Constitution of was the Philadelphia Constitution of Connolly earned a J.
Sociology, from the University at Buffalo. As a graduate student at UB, she was a Baldy Center fellow. Read More Always with an eye on social justice, Dr. She published an article in the Wyoming Law ReviewVol 11 1pp.
Connolly has won recognition for her teaching with college-level extraordinary merit awards and with recognition by graduating classes. Connolly was elected to serve in the Wyoming House of Representatives and continues to do so. In this capacity, she currently serves on the Appropriations committee as well as several select committees.
She has also served in caucus leadership, as well as on the Education, Judiciary, and Travel, Recreation, Wildlife and Cultural Resources committees. She is up for re-election in Connolly is involved in two current research projects.
The first is an examination of the paths to serving and experiences of lesbians in elected office. Using an intersectional lens, this work expands the existing literature on the relationship between descriptive and substantive representation in politics by including lesbians and queer women.
The second is Pathways from Prison, a collaborative project with faculty, students, and community members in conjunction with the state Department of Corrections. We have interviewed over 70 currently and formerly incarcerated women with felony convictions regarding their experiences at the only prison in Wyoming for women, especially as related to successful transitioning in the state upon release.
This work has resulted in a policy paper to the DOC, and a book manuscript is in progress. A Review of Federal and State Law.
An Examination of Four Nations.
Margaret Shannon Margaret Shannon Prof. Shannon Senior Fellow, is a widely published and highly regarded scholar of forest and natural resources governance, law, and policy. She coordinated a team of over one hundred researchers and educators in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, and Serbia in an intensive process of building academic capacity and research institutions.
Her current research topics include participation and adaptation in environmental governance; place-making and social conflict; and the changing nature of sustainable forestry. Her work at Baldy Center focuses on changing roles and interaction patterns in transnational environmental governance.
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