Washington and Lee Law professor Timothy MacDonnell's 2002 article, "Military Commissions and Courts-Martial: A Brief Discussion of the Constitutional and Jurisdictional Distinctions Between the Two Courts" was republished in the 500th anniversary issue of The Army Lawyer. The 500th anniversary issue was published in January 2015. The editors acknowledge Professor MacDonnell's work as "cited … Continue reading The Army Lawyer Republishes Professor MacDonnell’s Work in Anniversary Issue
Washington and Lee law professor Timothy McDonnell published a new article in the Virginia Journal of Criminal Law. The article, "Justice Scalia's Fourth Amendment: Text, Context, Clarity, and Occasional Faint-Hearted Originalism", appears in volume three, issue one of the journal. Read the full text of the article here. From the abstract: Since joining the United … Continue reading Professor MacDonnell publishes new article in Virginia Journal of Criminal Law
Washington and Lee Law Professor Tim MacDonnell has published an article examining contraband searches of the home. The article is titled "Florida v. Jardines: The Wolf at the Castle Door" and was published in the New York University Journal of Law & Liberty.
Professor David Millon, the J. B. Stombock Professor of Law and Law Alumni Faculty Fellow at Washington and Lee University School of Law, was named president-elect of the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) at its recent annual meeting. Millon will serve in this position during 2011-12 and will become president of the organization for … Continue reading Prof. Millon SEALS President-Elect
Professor Timothy C. MacDonnell, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Black Lung Legal Clinic, recently had his article, Orwellian Ramifications: The Contraband Exception to the Fourth Amendment, 41 U. Mem. L. Rev. 299 (2010), published in the University of Memphis Law Review. In the article, Prof. MacDonnell discusses how courts have interpreted the Fourth Amendment … Continue reading Prof. MacDonnell on the Contraband Exception