On Friday, April 5, Prof. Howard Wasserman will appear at the 27th Annual Rothgerber Constitutional Law Conference: National Injunctions.
This student-focused treatise provides a concise, accessible, comprehensive, and readable overview of the doctrine, policy, history, and theory of civil rights and constitutional litigation under Section 1983 and its Bivens federal counterpart. The book is written for courses on Civil Rights Litigation and Federal Courts; it can function as a primary assignment, as an assigned […]
The Infield Fly Rule is the most misunderstood rule in baseball and perhaps in all of sports. That also makes it the most infamous. Drawing on interviews with experts, legal arguments, and a study of every infield-fly play in eight Major League seasons, this book tells the complete story of the Rule. The author covers […]
Professor Howard Wasserman wrote on SCOTUSBlog on the Supreme Court’s decision about the timing of appeals in class actions.
On Saturday, February 9, Prof. Howard Wasserman will speak at the First Amendment Lawyers Association Winter Meeting, discussing the 75th anniversary of West Virginia Board of Education v. Barnette.
Prof. Howard Wasserman has published Infield Fly Rule is in Effect: The History and Strategy of Baseball’s Most (In)Famous Rule with McFarland Press.
On Thursday, November 29, Prof. Howard Wasserman will speak on a panel on nationwide injunctions at the fall meeting of the National Association of Attorneys General. Prof.
At SCOTUSBlog, Prof. Howard Wasserman previews arguments in Nutraceutical v. Lambert, considering when class plaintiffs must file appeals.
At SCOTUSBlog, Prof. Howard Wasserman previews Nieves v. Bartlett, considering whether plaintiffs are limited in asserting First Amendment claims for retaliatory arrest.
Professor Howard M. Wasserman will be speaking at the Federal Bar Association Luncheon on Wednesday, October 17.