American University - Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C
      S.J.D., August 2009, Constitutional Law, Regulatory Takings
      LL.M., May 2002, Constitutional and Civil Rights.
    University at Buffalo Law School, Buffalo, New York
      LL.M., Current Enrollment, Graduating 12/09, Criminal Law
        Criminal Law Center Fellow, 07/08 Academic Year
        Research Assistant, Advanced Appellate Research and Writing
    Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan
      J. D., September 2001, Class Rank Top 10% - Cum Laude
          J.D. Earned in Two Years
          Distinguished Student Award, June 2001
          Dedicated Student Award, December 2000
          Teaching Assistant - Trial Workshop
          National Moot Court Team, (Evan A. Evans Constitutional Competition)
          Thomas M. Cooley Journal of Clinical and Practical Law
          Senior Staff Editor
          Moot Court Board
    State University of New York, Empire State College, Saratoga Springs, New York
      Bachelor of Science, October 1999
        Political Science Major
        Undergraduate Degree Earned in One Year, G.P.A. 3.76


"To Secure Equal Rights To All Citizens," 2 App. J. L. 1 (2003) (regarding the jurisdiction of Native American Courts).

"Abused Children, Schools, and the Affirmative Duty To Protect: How the DeShaney Decision Cast Children Into a Constitutional Void," 13 Geo. Mason U. C.R.L.J. 243 (2003).

Completed Work

“An Argument For The Compensability of Regulatory Takings,” This was initially written as my 325 page dissertation. This work deals with the need for the Court to develop a standard wherein, what I contend is the Founder’s original intent, a person would be entitled to protection from government intrusion into the “bundle of sticks” that is composed of our rights in property. Further I propose a new, yet commonly used in other legal disciplines, “test” by which it could be determined whether or not one would be entitled to compensation when one of those sticks is removed from the bundle. I am currently discussing publication of this work with several law book publishers as a book or to be edited as a textbook.

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