Hans Hacker

Hans Hacker

hhacker@astate.edu

Website: http://www.hanshacker.com/

Dr. Hans J. Hacker serves as pre-law advisor to the department, college and university. He is the faculty co-sponsor of the ASU Pre-Law Club, co-director of the Pre-Law Center, and Coach of the ASU Moot Court Team. He is the author of The Culture of Conservative Christian Litigation (Roman and Littlefield, 2005), The Neutrality Principle: The Hidden yet Powerful Legal Axiom at work in Brown versus Board of Education (with William D. Blake, The African American Law and Policy Report , May, 2006) and of various articles and publications in the areas of constitutional law, law and society and public administration. Dr. Hacker is currently researching appellate judges' decisions to dissent within institutional contexts.

B.A., The University of North Texas

M.A., Ohio State University

Ph.D., Ohio State University


Hans Hacker

Dr. Hans J. Hacker serves as pre-law advisor to the department, college and university. He is the faculty co-sponsor of the ASU Pre-Law Club, co-director of the Pre-Law Center, and Coach of the ASU Moot Court Team. He is the author of The Culture of Conservative Christian Litigation (Roman and Littlefield, 2005), The Neutrality Principle: The Hidden yet Powerful Legal Axiom at work in Brown versus Board of Education (with William D. Blake, The African American Law and Policy Report , May, 2006) and of various articles and publications in the areas of constitutional law, law and society and public administration. Dr. Hacker is currently researching appellate judges’ decisions to dissent within institutional contexts.

B.A., The University of North Texas

M.A., Ohio State University

Ph.D., Ohio State University

Recent Posts:

God Save the Queen: The Canadian Experience with Judicial Review

“If the will of the Queen in Parliament is already being constrained by a group of European lawyers sitting in Strasbourg, . . . then Parliamentary sovereignty is a waning idea.” – Tom Ginsburg  I felt I might begin my tenure as a regular contributor to the Cocklebur blog with an exposition of the connections [...]

New Blogger Hans Hacker

A few months ago we were fortunate enough to have Arkansas State University Professor Hans Hacker join us as a guest blogger for this post. We are now even more lucky, because Hans will be joining us on a full-time basis and provide us with the political scientist perspective currently lacking on many legal blogs. [...]

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