Author Archive for Edward A. Fallone

Remembering James Ghiardi

Thursday, January 21st, 2016
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I joined the Marquette University Law School faculty in 1992. Back then, it was traditional to start off the school year with a marathon faculty meeting the weekend prior to ... Read more »

Transparency in Government Includes the Judiciary

Wednesday, January 13th, 2016
Category: Judges & Judicial Process, Political Processes & Rhetoric, Public, Wisconsin Law & Legal System | 1 Comment »

The following commentary appears in this week's Wisconsin Law Journal: Transparency is the core value of a democratic society. In a democratic self-government, voters have the power to select and reject ... Read more »

Welcome January Bloggers!

Monday, January 4th, 2016
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A new year and a new month have started.  That means it is time to welcome our guest bloggers for the month of January. Steven Wah is our Student Blogger this ... Read more »

Welcome to Our November Bloggers

Friday, November 6th, 2015
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A new month brings new guest bloggers to the Marquette University Law School Faculty Bog.  Joining us for November is Alumni Blogger of the Month Nate Imfeld. Nate is an ... Read more »

Supreme Court Roundup Part Two: King v. Burwell

Friday, October 9th, 2015
Category: Constitutional Law, Health Care, Judges & Judicial Process, Marquette Law School, Public, U.S. Supreme Court | No Comments »

On October 5, I participated in an event at the Marquette University Law School entitled “Supreme Court Roundup” with Cato Institute Scholar Ilya Shapiro.  The event was sponsored by the Law ... Read more »

Supreme Court Roundup Part One: Obergefell v. Hodges

Monday, October 5th, 2015
Category: Civil Rights, Constitutional Interpretation, Constitutional Law, Judges & Judicial Process, Marquette Law School, Public, U.S. Supreme Court | No Comments »

Today marks the beginning of the United States Supreme Court's 2015-2016 Term, and coincidentally it also marked my participation in an annual event at the Marquette University Law School entitled ... Read more »

Welcome to Our October Bloggers!

Thursday, October 1st, 2015
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Thanks to our September guest bloggers Michelle Velasquez and Christopher Guthrie, and welcome to our guest bloggers for October. Our Alumni Blogger of the Month is Brandon Buchanan, Class of 2012.  ... Read more »

Courses Announced for 2016 Summer Session in Giessen, Germany

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015
Category: International Law & Diplomacy, Legal Education, Marquette Law School, Public | No Comments »

Courses have been announced for the 8th Annual Summer Session in International and Comparative Law, to take place in Giessen, Germany from July 15 through August 13, 2016. Participants will have the ... Read more »

Legal Community Mourns Justice Patrick Crooks

Monday, September 21st, 2015
Category: Public, Wisconsin Supreme Court | No Comments »

The Wisconsin legal community is mourning the sudden death of Justice N. Patrick Crooks.   A native of Green Bay, Wisconsin, Justice Crooks was elected to the Wisconsin Supreme Court in 1996 ... Read more »

Welcome to Our September Guest Bloggers

Monday, September 7th, 2015
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Welcome to our September guest bloggers!  Every month, the Faculty Blog welcomes one student and one alumnus as guest bloggers who provide our readers with additional perspectives on law, policy ... Read more »

Marquette Students Study Comparative Law in Germany

Monday, July 27th, 2015
Category: Constitutional Law, International Law & Diplomacy, Marquette Law School, Public | No Comments »

This is week Two of the Summer Session in International and Comparative Law, taking place in Giessen, Germany.  Pictured to the left are my students in the class on Comparative ... Read more »

ObamaCare Upheld . . . Again

Thursday, June 25th, 2015
Category: Health Care, Judges & Judicial Process, Public, U.S. Supreme Court | 1 Comment »

Today the U.S. Supreme Court announced its decision in the widely anticipated case of King v. Burwell, ruling that the language of the statute authorizes tax credits for individuals who ... Read more »