Professor Kazee teaches Administrative Law, Antitrust, Basic Legal Skills, Civil Practice, Constitutional Conventions, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Practice, Crimes Against Justice, Economic Foundations of Law, Introduction to Law, Legislation and Statutory Interpretation, National Security Law, Property, and Remedies.
Professor Kazee received his Juris Doctor at Georgetown University, a master’s degree from the Patterson School of Diplomacy, a master's degree in Economics from the University of Kentucky, and a Bachelor degree from Morehead State University. He is a member of the District of Columbia and Kentucky Bar Associations.
Professor Kazee practiced agricultural and antitrust law in Louisville. He taught economics and international trade and finance at West Virginia University.
Read Professor Kazee's article, "Try to Remember".
United States v. Barry Bonds v. Bronston: Can Section 1503 Handle the Truth?, 22 Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports L. J. 403 (2015)
The Sherman Act and the Arbitrary Power Section of the Kentucky Constitution as Applied to Kentucky Fair Trade Laws, 20 N. Ky L. Rev. 297 (1993) Hein Online