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John H. Reese
Professor Emeritus of Law
B.B.A., LL.B., 1954, Southern Methodist University
LL.M., 1965, S.J.D., 1969, George Washington University
Joined the law faculty in 1966 after advanced law study and 7 years teaching at Texas Tech University. Promoted to Professor of Law in 1969. Honorary Fellow, University of Edinburgh in 1984 and 1991 Visiting Scholar, Wolfson College, Cambridge, UK. Invited Lecturer, University of Barcelona 1999. Appointed to faculty of the National Judicial College in 2003. Assistant Dean, Texas Tech 1960-66 and Associate Dean, College of Law 1978-81. Editor-in-Chief, Administrative Law Review, ABA 1975-89.
Books published: Administrative Law Desk Reference for Lawyers, and 2005 Supplement (2003 Lexis Law Publishing); Administrative Law Principles and Practice, 2nd Ed., with Seamon (2003 West Group); Administrative Law Principles and Practice, 1st Ed., (1995 West Publishing); Power, Policy, People: A Study of Driver Licensing Administration (1971 Highway Research Board, National Academy of Sciences). Articles published: “Bursting the Chevron Bubble: Clarifying the Scope of Judicial Review in Troubled Times,” 73 Fordham L.Rev. 1103 (2004); with T.H. Reese, “Teaching Methods and Casebooks,” 38 Brandeis L. Journal 169 (2000). Faculty Honors: DU Law Stars-Outstanding Faculty Award 2001. Presentations: “The View from North America,” Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals Third International Conference 2004; “Administrative Law Contemporary Issues,” The National Judicial College 2003 and 2004.