Professors Harrison and Mannheimer Present Law Review Articles at National Conference

Professors Michael Mannheimer and Jack Harrison

Law review articles by professors Jack Harrison and Michael Mannheimer are getting attention even before they are published. They talked about their articles this past week at the annual meeting of the Association of American Law Schools, at San Francisco, on a panel with other law professors who have works in progress. Professor Harrison explained his work on Supreme Court of the United States decisions involving personal jurisdiction and corporate registration statutes. “Registration, Fairness, and General Jurisdiction” will be published in the Nebraska Law Review. Professor Mannheimer presented his work-in-progress, "Decentralizing Fourth Amendment Search Doctrine." He argues in it that whether government activity is considered a search under the Fourth Amendment should often be decided on a state-by-state basis, and sometimes locality-by-locality.