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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate||National Board of Trial Advocacy||N/A|
|Campbell Law Review||Fundamental North Carolina Constitutional Protection In The New Millennium||2005|
|Colorado Lawyer||Public Employee Expression Law Under the Colorado and Federal Constitutions||2005|
|Colorado Lawyer||Constitutional Issues in the Criminal Prosecution of Law Enforcement Officers||2004|
|Connecticut Lawyer||Constitutional Standards In Law Enforcement Profiling Claims||2003|
|Campbell Law Review||Law Enforcement Use of Force: The Objective Reasonableness Standard Under North Carolina and Federal Law||2002|
|Touro Law Review||The Impact of Willowbrook On Disparate Treatment Claims||2002|
|Campbell Law Review||North Carolina's Developing Public Policy Wrongful Discharge Doctrine In The New Millennium: Basic Principles, Causation & Proof of Improper Motive||2002|
|George Mason University Civil Rights Law Review||The Rising Tide of Equal Protection: Willowbrook and the New Non-Arbitrariness Standard||2001|
|New England Law Review||Procedural Due Process Rights of Public Employees: Basic Rules and A Proposal for Return to Rule Oriented Process||1999|
|Campbell Law Review||Equal Protection Rights of Non-suspect Class Victims of Governmental Misconduct: Theory and Proof of Disparate Treatment and Arbitrariness Claims||1996|
|American Jurisprudence Trials||Constitutional Employment Litigation: Trial of the Political Patronage Case||1991|
|New England Law Review||The Reemergence of Substantive Due Process as a Constitutional Tort: Theory Proof & Damages||1990|
|Campbell Law Review||The Doctrine of Wrongful Discharge in North Carolina: The Confusing Path from Sides to Guy and the Need for Reform||1988|
|Campbell Law Review||Betsey v. Turtle Creek Associates: All Adult Housing Policy May Violate the Fair Housing Act||1986|
|North Carolina Central Law Journal||Fundamental Issues In Housing Discrimination: Procedure, Standing & Standard of Proof||1984|
|North Carolina Central University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1983|
|University of North Carolina||Economics||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1979|
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