Robert Hardaway
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After graduating Cum Laude from Amherst College and Order of the Coif from New York University Law School, Professor Hardaway joined the U.S. Navy JAG Corps where he processed civil claims and also served as both a prosecutor and criminal defense lawyer. After serving four years, he joined the Denver law firm of Rovira, Demuth, and Eiberger where he practiced civil litigation. He also later served as a Deputy District attorney for Araphoe County and rounded out his litigation career as a Colorado Deputy Public Defender, where he handled hundreds of felony cases, including death penalty cases. From there, he first entered academia as a clinical supervisor at the University of Denver College of Law, ultimately becoming a tenured Professor of Law . He has also been a Visting Professor of Law at Hastings Law School at the University of California, and at Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. He is the author of fourteen published books on law and public policy, and 29 law review articles, reviews, and articles in professional journals. More recently, he has expanded the scope of his profesional writing to include docudramas and law-related fiction and novels.He has written over 75 opinion editorials in national newspapers on issues of law and public policy, and appears frequently on television and in the media commenting on legal issues.


Lectures:

debate
flag The Electoral College Experts Audience Dialogue (Part 5)
as author at  To Keep or Not to Keep the Electoral College: MIT World Series: New Approaches to Electoral Reform,
together with: Arnold I. Barnett (moderator), Judith Best, Robert Bennett, Paul Schumaker, Akhil Amar, John Fortier, Alan Natapoff, Alexander S. Belenky, Vikram Amar, Alexander Keyssar,
2948 views
  debate
flag The Electoral College Experts Debate and Audience Dialogue (Part 4)
as author at  To Keep or Not to Keep the Electoral College: MIT World Series: New Approaches to Electoral Reform,
together with: Alexander S. Belenky (moderator), Judith Best, Robert Bennett, Alexander Keyssar, John Fortier, Akhil Amar, Vikram Amar, Paul Schumaker, Arnold I. Barnett, Alan Natapoff, David Hawking,
3247 views
debate
flag The Electoral College: Its Logical Foundations and Problems What (if Anything) Should Be Done About Improving the System of Electing a President? (Part 1)
as author at  To Keep or Not to Keep the Electoral College: MIT World Series: New Approaches to Electoral Reform,
together with: Alexander S. Belenky, Judith Best, John Fortier,
2588 views