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James Kainen
Director, Moore Advocacy Center

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Fordham University School of Law
140 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023
Telephone: 212.636.6866
Fax: 212.636.7873
Office: Room 142

  • “The Case for a Constitutional Definition of Hearsay: Requiring Confrontation of Testimonial Nonassertive Conduct and Statements Admitted to Explain an Unchallenged Investigation,” with Carrie A. Tendler, 93 Marquette Law Review 1415 (2010)
  • “Home Building and Loan v. Blaisdell, 290 U.S. 398 (1934).” Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States. Ed. David S. Tanenhaus. Vol. 2. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2009. 419-421
  • “Truth, Deterrence, and the Impeachment Exception,” 86 Oregon Law Review 1017 (2007)
  • “How To Be a Good Property Law Teacher: Some Suggestions,” in Teaching the Law School Currciulum (Carolina Academic Press, 2004) (Steven Friedland, Gerald F. Hess, eds.)
  • Review of Anthony G. Amsterdam and Jerome Bruner, MINDING THE LAW, 44 American Journal of Legal History 498 (2000)
  • Review of Gregory S. Alexander, COMMODITY AND PROPRIETY: COMPETING VISIONS OF PROPERTY IN AMERICAN LEGAL THOUGHT, 1776-1970, 44 American Journal of Legal History 109 (2000)
  • Review of Charles F. Hobson, ed., THE PAPERS OF JOHN MARSHALL, vol viii: CORRESPONDENCE, PAPERS, AND SELECTED JUDICIAL OPINIONS, MARCH 1814-DECEMBER 1819, 42 American Journal of Legal History 196 (1998)
  • "Character Evidence," 11 Touro Law Review 11 (1994)
  • "The Historical Framework for Reviving Constitutional Protection for Property and Contract Rights," 79 Cornell Law Review 87 (1993)
  • "The Impeachment Exception to the Exclusionary Rules: Principles, Policies and Politics," 20 Search and Seizure Law Report 137 (1993)
  • "The Impeachment Exception to the Exclusionary Rules: Policies, Principles and Politics," 44 Stanford Law Review 1301 (1992), reprinted in 6 Criminal Practice Law Review 423 (1994)
  • "The Rationalist Tradition At Trial," 60 Fordham Law Review 1085 (1992) (Review of ANALYSIS OF EVIDENCE, by Terence Anderson and William Twining)
  • "Nineteenth Century Interpretations of the Federal Contract Clause: The Transformation From Vested To Substantive Rights Against the State," 31 Buffalo Law Review 381 (1982)