Before joining the University of Dayton School of Law, faculty members were judicial clerks, public defenders, litigators, and practicing attorneys in private firms, corporations and government agencies; some spent time working outside the legal profession in diverse fields such as the entertainment industry, nursing and the U.S. military.

Faculty research spans a broad spectrum of expertise, including international law, cyber law, intellectual property, entertainment law, public health, real estate, civil rights, disability law, criminal law, women's rights, law and technology, education law, state sovereignty, family law, business law, energy law, and native peoples.

This collection shows a sampling of research by the faculty.

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Submissions from 2015

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Global Income Inequality and the Potential for Global Democracy: A Functionalist Analysis, Andrew L. Strauss

Submissions from 2013

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Climate Change Geoengineering: Philosophical Perspectives, Legal Issues, and Governance Frameworks, William C. G. Burns and Andrew L. Strauss

Submissions from 2011

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Cutting the Gordian Knot: How and Why the United Nations General Assembly Should Expand the Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice, Andrew L. Strauss

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A Global Parliament: Essays and Articles, Andrew L. Strauss and Richard A. Falk

Submissions from 2009

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Climate Change Litigation: Opening the Door to the International Court of Justice, Andrew L. Strauss

Submissions from 2007

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Considering Global Democracy: An Introduction to the Symposium 'Envisioning a More Democratic Global System', Andrew L. Strauss

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Symposium: Envisioning a More Democratic Global System: On the First Branch of Global Governance, Andrew L. Strauss

Submissions from 2003

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The Deeper Challenges of Global Terrorism: A Democratizing Response, Andrew L. Strauss and Richard A. Falk

Submissions from 2000

On the Creation of a Global Peoples Assembly: Legitimacy and the Power of Popular Sovereignty, Andrew L. Strauss and Richard A. Falk

Submissions from 1998

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The Case for Utilizing the World Trade Organization as a Forum for Global Environmental Regulation, Andrew L. Strauss

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Where America Ends and the International Order Begins: Interpreting the Jurisdictional Reach of the U.S. Constitution in Light of a Proposed Hague Convention on Jurisdiction and Satisfaction of Judgments, Andrew L. Strauss

Submissions from 1995

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Beyond National Law: The Neglected Role of the International Law of Personal Jurisdiction in Domestic Courts, Andrew L. Strauss

Submissions from 1994

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A Global Paradigm Shattered: The Jurisdictional Nihilism of the Supreme Court’s Abduction Decision in Alvarez-Machain, Andrew L. Strauss