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Meet the Faculty

James F. Flanagan

Scholarship

Books

South Carolina Civil Procedure (1st ed.) (with Dean Lightsey) (1985) (with Supplement in 1987)

South Carolina Civil Procedure (2nd ed. 1996) (with Supplements 1997 and 1999)

South Carolina Civil Procedure (3rd ed. 2011) (with 2012 Supplement) (1st ed.) with Dean Lightsey) (1985); 2nd ed. 1996)

Book Chapters

Chapter: Standards of Review the First Line of Defense in The Appellate Prosecutor, R. Clark, ed. 2005)

Articles

We Have a "Purpose" Requirement If We Can Keep It: The Future of Giles v. California. 13 Lewis and Clark Law Review 553 (2009)

In Defense of Giles—A Response to Professor Lininger 87 Texas L. Rev. See Also 67 (2009) http://www.texaslrev.com/seealso/volume-87/lininger/in-defense-of-giles-a-response-to-professor-lininger.html (on-line companion to Texas Law Review)

Foreshadowing the Future of the Constitutional Doctrine of Forfeiture/Estoppel by Wrongdoing: Davis v. Washington, and the Necessity of the Defendant's Intent to Intimidate the Witness, 15 J. Law & Policy 863 (2007).

Confrontation, Equity and the Misnamed "Forfeiture" by Wrongdoing, 14 W & M Bill of Rights J. 1 (2006).

An Update on Developments in Central Panels and ALJ Final Order Authority, Indiana Law Review, Indianapolis (Spring 2005)

Forfeiture by Wrongdoing and Those Who Acquiesce in Witness Intimidation: A Reach Exceeding its Grasp and Other Problems with Federal Rule of Evidence 804(b)(6) 51 Drake L. Rev. 459 (2003)
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Redefining the Role of the Administrative Law Judge: Central Panels and their Impact on ALJ Authority and Standards of Review 54 Admin. L. Rev. 1355 (2002)

Report to the Judicial Council on the Administrative Law Judge Statute (18 J. Nat. Assoc. Adm. L. Judges, 371 (Fall 1998)

Selected Issues Under the New Rules of Civil Procedure, 37 S.C.L. Rev. 265 (1986) (with Frank Sloan)

The Efficiency Hypothesis and Offensive Collateral Estoppel Revisited: A Response to Professor Callen, Spring 1984 Ariz. St. L.J. 835

Rejecting a General Privilege for Self-Critical Analyses, 51 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 551 (1983)

Offensive Collateral Estoppel: Inefficiency and Foolish Consistency 1982 Ariz. St. L.J. 45

Defense Witness Immunity: Hidden Costs and Questions, 56 Notre Dame L. Rev. 447 (1981)

James F. Flanagan

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