Author Archive for Joseph Riepenhoff

Toward a Modality of Jurisprudence

Monday, October 29th, 2012
Category: Legal Practice, Public | 2 Comments »

The beginning of this month marked the 45th anniversary of Thurgood Marshall’s term as Associate Justice in the United States Supreme Court. Known for his championing of individual rights while ... Read more »

My Father’s Recommendations

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012
Category: Popular Culture & Law, Public | 4 Comments »

When I was an undergrad in the UW Milwaukee film program my father recommended I see four movies. He hoped they would encourage me to pursue a career in law, ... Read more »

Inherently Subversive Pedagogy

Thursday, October 18th, 2012
Category: Constitutional Law, Education & Law, Legal Education, Legal Writing, Public, Race & Law | 4 Comments »

In 2010 the Arizona legislature created a law designed to deter the teaching of a Mexican American Studies course in Tucson schools by cutting State funding to districts with courses ... Read more »

North Midwestern Bewilderment – A Bio Piece

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012
Category: Popular Culture & Law, Public | 2 Comments »

The other day I was walking along the Milwaukee River in Estrabrook Park amazed, as I am every year, at the colors of the leaves changing. I noticed around ten ... Read more »