Message from the Dean |  Mission Statement |  How to Reach Us | South Texas Home  


 

CHARLES w. "ROCKY" RHODES

ARTICLES
The First Amendment Structure for Speakers and Speech, 44 Seton Hall L. Rev. 395 (2014).

Speech, Subsidies, and Traditions: AID v. AOSI and the First Amendment, 2012-13 Cato Sup. Ct. Rev. 363 (2013).

Nineteenth Century Personal Jurisdiction Doctrine in a Twenty-First Century World, 64 Fla. L. Rev. 387 (2012).

What Conservative Constitutional Revolution? Moderating Five Degrees of Judicial Conservatism After Six Years of the Roberts Court, 64 Rutgers L. Rev. 1 (2011).

Navigating the Path of the Supreme Appointment, 38 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 537 (2011).

Rethinking Personal Jurisdiction Over The World-Wide Web, 52 The Advoc. 53 (2010).

Liberty, Substantive Due Process, and Personal Jurisdiction, 82 Tul. L. Rev. 567 (2007).

Public Employee Speech Rights Fall Prey to an Emerging Doctrinal Formalism, 15 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1173 (2007).

Attorney’s Fees in Common-Fund Class Actions: A View from the Federal Circuits, 35 The Advoc. 56 (2006).

The Source of Conflicts in Texas Personal Jurisdiction Doctrine, 18 App. Advoc., Wint. 2006, at 3.

The Predictability Principle in Personal Jurisdiction Doctrine: a Case Study on the Effects of a “Generally"” Too Broad, but “Specifically” Too Narrow Approach to Minimum Contacts, 57 Baylor L. Rev. 135 (2005).

Clarifying General Jurisdiction, 34 Seton Hall L. Rev. 807 (2004).

Civil Procedure Fifth Circuit Survey, June 2001-May 2002, 34 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 571 (2003).

Civil Procedure Fifth Circuit Survey, June 2000-May 2001, 33 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 685 (2002).

A Proposal for Interpreting Corresponding United States and Texas Constitutional Guarantees in the New Millennium, 51 Baylor L. Rev. 269 (1999).

Demystifying the Extraordinary Writ: Substantive and Procedural Requirements for the Issuance of Mandamus, 29 St. Mary’s L.J. 525 (1998).

Broad Form Submissions and Spencer v. Eagle Star Insurance Company: the Death of the Immaterial Issue, 46 Baylor L. Rev. 841 (1994).

BOOKS
The Texas Constitution in State and Nation: Comparative State Constitutional Law in the Federal System. (Vandeplas Publishing 2014).

Skills & Values: The First Amendment. 2nd ed. (Newark, NJ: LexisNexis, 2013). (with Paul E. McGreal)

Skills & Values: The First Amendment. Rev. 1st. ed. (Newark, NJ: LexisNexis, 2012). (with Kathleen Bergin)

Skills & Values: The First Amendment. (Newark, NJ: LexisNexis, 2010). (with Kathleen Bergin)

Cases and Materials on Constitutional Law. 5th ed. (Newark, NJ: LexisNexis, 2009). (with David Crump, Eugene Gressman & David Day)

CHAPTERS
2008 Supplement, Cases and Materials on Constitutional Law. 4th ed. (Neward, NJ: LexisNexis, 2008). (with David Crump, Eugene Gressman & David Day)

The Impact of American Lockean Constitutional Theory on Economic Markets, in Selected Essays on Current Legal Issues 49 (David A Frenkel & Carsten Gerner-Beuerle eds.) (Athens: ATINER, 2008).

Civil Liberties under State Constitutions, Modern History, in 3 Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties 1544 (Paul Finkelman ed.) (New York: Routledge, 2006).

State Constitution, Privacy Provisions, in 3 Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties 1531 (Paul Finkelman ed.) (New York: Routledge, 2006).

COMMENTARIES
Violence, Gamers, and Free Speech: Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association, 2012 Emerging Issues 6375 (LexisNexis June 2012).

Legislative Voting and the Limits of Speech in Nevada Commission on Ethics v. Carrigan, 2012 Emerging Issues 6374 (LexisNexis June 2012).

Funeral Mourning and Protesting: Snyder v. Phelps, 2011 Emerging Issues 6161 (LexisNexis Dec. 2011).

Balancing Freedom of Speech and National Security in Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project, 2010 Emerging Issues 5393 (LexisNexis Nov.)

The Historical Approach to Unprotected Speech and the Quantitative Analysis of Overbreadth in United States v. Stevens, 2010 Emerging Issues 5227 (LexisNexis July)

McDonald v. City of Chicago: The Second Amendment Applies to State and Local Governments, 2010 Emerging Issues 5195 (LexisNexis July 2010).

PRESENTATIONS AND PROCEEDINGS
Discussant, Affirmative Action in the Wake of Fisher, 2013 Annual Conference, Constitutional Law Workshop, The Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Palm Beach, Florida, Aug. 2013.

Trends and Highlights from the Supreme Court's 2012-13 Term, Federal Bar Association for the Southern District of Texas, Houston, Texas, July 2013.

The Speaker and the Speech: Dimensions of the First Amendment, Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference, Information Society Project at Yale Law School, New Haven, Connecticut, May 2013.

Panelist, Equal Protection under the Law and the Redefinition of Marriage, Gulf Coast Family Law Specialists, Houston, Texas, April 2013.

The 2011-12 Term of the Supreme Court: Notable Decisions and Discernible Trends, Federal Bar Association for the Southern District of Texas, Houston, Texas, Sept. 2012.

Discussant, Pedagogical Choices and Challenges in Civil Procedure, 2012 Annual Conference, The Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Amelia Island, Florida, Aug. 2012.

"October 2010 United States Supreme Court Term in Review," Federal Bar Association for the Southern District of Texas, Houston, Texas, Aug. 2011.

Presenter, Evolution or Revolution? American Civil Procedure in the 21st Century, 2011 Annual Conference, The Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Hilton Head, South Carolina, July 2011.

Presenter, The Supreme Court Nomination Process--Is There a Litmus Test for Supreme Court Nominees, 2011 Annual Conference, The Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Hilton Head, South Carolina, July 2011.

Panelist, Greg Coleman Memorial Supreme Court Term in Review, The Federalist Society, Houston Lawyers Chapter, Houston, Texas, July 2011.

Panel Member, Will Social Media Re-Write Traditional Venue Law? Reynolds National Center for Courts and Media, Wint. Regional Conference, Houston, Texas, 2011.

October 2009 United States Supreme Court Term in Review, Federal Bar Association for the Southern District of Texas, Houston, August 2010.

Paper Presentation, The Roberts Court and the Future of American Constitutional Law, Constitutional Law Workshop, Annual Meeting, The Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Palm Beach, Florida, August 2, 2010.

Panelist, Obama, Empathy, and the Constitution, Constitutional Law Workshop, Annual Meeting, The Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Palm Beach, Florida, July 30, 2010.

Panel Moderator, The Free Exercise Clause, First Amendment Workshop, 62nd Annual Meeting, Southeastern Association of Law Schools, West Palm Beach, Florida, Aug. 2009.

October 2008 United States Supreme Court Term in Review, Federal Bar Association for the Southern District of Texas, Houston, June 2009.

Featured Panelist, The U.S. Constitution: The Presidency, Wiley Lecture Series, Texas A&M University, Sept. 17, 2007. (with Professor Lino A. Graglin)

Public Displays of Religious Imagery and Symbols, 22nd Public Conference: Separation of Church and State B Why?, Texas Lyceum Journal, July 2007, at 29.

The Impact of American Lockean Constitutional Theory on Economic Markets, 4th International Conference on Law, Athens, Greece, July 2007. (Proceedings to be published by (Athens Institute of Education & Research (ATINER))

In Search of Specificity for General Jurisdiction, Young Scholars Workshop, Southeastern Conference of the American Association of Law Schools, Kiawah, South Carolina, 2002.

Strategies for Persuasive Briefwriting, Civil Appellate Practice Seminar (Austin: Travis County Bar Association, 2000).

Mandamus Practice in the Supreme Court of Texas, Appellate Practice: a Practical Skills Course for New and Transitional Attorneys (Austin: State Bar of Texas, 1998). (Tab I)

Mandamus Practice in the Texas Supreme Court: Tips and Internal Procedures, 11th Advanced Civil Appellate Practice Course (Austin: State Bar of Texas, 1997).

Challenging the Damage Award on Appeal, Damage Control Institute (Houston, TX: Houston Bar Association, 1997).

 


South Texas College of Law · 1303 San Jacinto Street, Houston, Texas 77002 · 713-659-8040
Please send comments or questions to: webmaster@s
tcl.edu