Joseph C. Hostetler - Baker & Hostetler Visiting Professor

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The 2011-2012 Joseph C. Hostetler, Baker & Hostetler Visiting Professor of Law, March 20, 2012:  Philip Hamburger, Maurice and Hilda Friedman Professor of Law at Columbia Law School.

The 2011-2012 Joseph C. Hostetler, Baker & Hostetler Visiting Professor of Law, October 5, 2011:  Michael D. Green, Bess and Walter Williams Distinguished Chair, Wake Forest University School of Law

The 2009-2010 Joseph C. Hostetler, Baker & Hostetler Visiting Professor of Law, November 3, 2009: Daphne Spain, James M. Page Professor and Chair, Department of Urban & Environmental Planning, The University of Virginia.

The 2008-2009 Joseph C. Hostetler-Baker & Hostetler Visiting Professor of Law, September 9, 2008: Kenji Yoshino, The Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Constitutional Law, New York University School of Law.

The 2007-08 Joseph C. Hostetler, Baker & Hostetler Visiting Professor of Law, October 9, 2007: Brian Tamanaha, Chief Judge Benjamin N. Cardozo Professor of Law, St. John’s University School of Law

The 2005 Joseph C. Hostetler, Baker & Hostetler Visiting Professor of Law, April 11, 2006: Thomas D. Morris, Professor Emeritus, Portland State University.

‘Blackstone and Bayonets: Military Tribunals in the Reconstruction South, 1864-1870”

The 2004 Joseph C. Hostetler, Baker & Hostetler Visiting Professor of Law, October 26, 2004: Ngaire Naffine, Professor of Law, The University of Adelaide Law School.

“The Presumption of Reason: A Noble Fiction or an Ignoble Lie?”

The Spring 2003 Joseph C. Hostetler Baker & Hostetler Visiting Scholar Lecture, November 28, 2003: R. Kent Newmyer, University of Connecticut Professor Emeritus of Law and History.

“John Marshall ‘in the circumstances which were his’”

The Fall 2003 Joseph C. Hostetler – Baker & Hostetler Lecture, September 18, 2003: James F. Simon, New York Law School Martin Professor of Law and Dean Emeritus.

“What Kind of Nation: Thomas Jefferson, John Marshall and the Epic Struggle to Create a United States”

The Spring 2003 Joseph C. Hostetler – Baker & Hostetler Visiting Scholar Lecture, April 15, 2003: Jean Edward Smith, Marshall University John Marshall Professor of Political Science.

“John Marshall: Definer of a Nation”

The 2001 Joseph C. Hostetler-Baker & Hostetler Visiting Professor Lecture, January 24, 2001: Mary Bridgid McManamon Professor of Law, Widener University School of Law.

“Judicial Restraint and the Rehnquist Court”

The 2000 Joseph C. Hostetler – Baker & Hostetler Visiting Professor Lecture, February 9, 2000: Peter Fitzpatrick, University of London Queen Mary and Westfield College Professor of Law.

“Life, death and the law—and why capital punishment is legally insupportable”

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