Professor of Law
Professor Valauri joined the Chase faculty in 1982. He received his A.B. and J.D. degrees from Harvard. He was admitted to practice in New York in 1976.
From 1975-80 he worked as Special Assistant Attorney General, New York State Department of Law, New York City. He served as a Lecturer at Duke University School of Law from 1980-82.
Professor Valauri's subjects are: Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Procedure, Trial Advocacy, and Jurisprudence.
He is a member of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy. He has written and published articles in the area of constitutional law.
- BA Philosophy, Harvard College
- JD, Harvard Law School
- Constitutional Law I
- Constitutional Law II
- Constitutional Law Seminar
- Criminal Procedure
- Trial Advocacy
Baffled by Inactivity: the Individual Mandate and the Commerce Power, 10 Geo. J.L & Pub. Pol'y 51 (2012)
Dred Scott, Lincoln, and the Constitution: A Reply to Professor Graber, 34 N. Ky L. Rev. 619 (2007)Hein Online
Vladimir Putin, Campaign Finance Reform, and the Central Meaning of the First Amendment, 35 Seton Hall L. Rev. 577 (2005) Hein Online
We Are All Interpretivists Now, 46 Wayne L. Rev. 1499 (2000) Hein Online
Interpretation, Critique, and Adjudication: The Search for Constitutional Hermeneutics, 76 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 1083 (2000) Hein Online
Smoking and Self-Realization: A Response to Professor Redish, 25 N. Ky L. Rev. 555 (1997) Hein Online
Religion and Public Reason: A Response to Professor Greenawalt, 24 N. Ky L. Rev. 647 (1996) Hein Online
Book Note (reviewing L. H. LaRue, Constitutional Law As Fiction), 106 Ethics 894 (1996)
Book Note (reviewing K. Gunther, The Sense Of Appropriateness), 105 Ethics 453 (1995)
Book Note (reviewing A. Norrie, ed., Closure Or Critique: New Directions In Legal Theory), 105 Ethics 976 (1995)
Book Note (reviewing R. Gaskins, Burdens Of Proof In Modern Discourse), 104 Ethics 925 (1994)
Book Note (reviewing G. Leyh, ed., Legal Hermeneutics), 103 Ethics 614 (1993)
Book Note (reviewing C. Douzinas, et al., Postmodern Jurisprudence), 103 Ethics 209 (1992)
Book Note (reviewing P. Nerhot, ed., Legal Knowledge And Analogy), 102 Ethics 687 (1992)
Everson v. Brown: Hermeneutics, Framers Intent, and the Establishment Clause, 4 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 660 (1990) Hein Online
The Concept of Neutrality in Establishment Clause Doctrine, 48 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 83 (1986) Hein Online
Confused Notions and Constitutional Theory, 12 N. Ky L. Rev. 567 (1985) Hein Online
Constitutional Theodicy: The Antinomy of Finality and Fallibility in Judicial Review, 29 St. Louis U. L. J. 245 (1985) Hein Online
Book Review (reviewing I. Jenkins, Social Order And The Limits Of Law), 1981 Duke L.J. 607 (1981) Hein Online
Speaking Engagements and Recognitions
Originalism and the Necessary and Proper Clause, Loyola Constitutional Law Colloquium, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago, IL (November 2012)