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Alan Gluck

Liberal Arts
Title: 
Assistant Professor
Department: 
Office: 
Tower 508
Education: 
J.D. - Washington University, St. Louis, MO; BA - History, Trinity College, Hartford, CT
Professional Experience: 
  • Executive Editor, Washington University Law Quarterly

Government Appointments

  • United States Department of Justice, New York, New York, Special Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York
  • United States Department of Labor, Washington, D.C., Attorney, Solicitor's Office, Civil Rights Division

Publications

  • 1977 - "Prisoners' Free Speech Rights: The Right to Receive Publications," Washington University Law Quarterly, p.649-685 (1977)

Awards, Honors, and Recognitions

  • Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.: Head Teaching Fellow, Gov. 1341, Civil Liberties in America, Bok Center Teaching Award
  • Head Teaching Fellow, Historical Studies B-61, The Warren Court and the Pursuit of Justice, Bok Center Teaching Award and Joseph R. Levenson Teaching Prize Nominee
  • Head Teaching Fellow, Historical Studies A-84, American Constitutional History, Bok Center Teaching Award
  • Teaching Fellow, Moral Reasoning 22, Justice, Bok Center Teaching Award
  • Teaching Fellow, Gov. 97a, Constitutional Democracy in America, Bok Center Teaching Award
  • Guest Lecturer, Gov. 1145, Comparative Constitutional Engineering, "The Role of the Judiciary in a Democracy." 

Professional Affiliations

  • Member of the Bar of the District of Columbia
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