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Wayne Batchis, PhD (The Johns Hopkins University, 2009); JD (University of Pennsylvania, 1999) joined the Department in 2008. He specializes in American law, with a focus on Constitutional law, the First Amendment, and Election Law. His current research examines the intersection of America's two-party system and constitutional law. He teaches courses on Constitutional Law, Civil Liberties, the First Amendment, Election Law and Comparative Constitutional Law. Professor Batchis serves as the Director of the Legal Studies Program at UD.
“The Government Speech-Forum Continuum: A New First Amendment Paradigm and its Application to Academic Freedom” New York University Annual Survey of American Law, (forthcoming 2020)
“The Political Party System as a Public Forum: The Incoherence of Parties as Expressive Associations and a Proposed Correction” University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform, vol. 52, no. 2 (2018)
"Local Governments and the Law" in The CQ Press Guide to Urban Politics and Policy in the United States Ed. Christine Kelleher Palus, Richardson Dilworth (2016)
"The Right's First Amendment: The Politics of Free Speech & the Return of Conservative Libertarianism" Stanford University Press (2016)
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