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Author: Roger P. Alford teaches at Pepperdine University School of Law ; Christopher J. Borgen teaches at St. John's University School of Law; Kevin Jon Heller teaches at the University of Auckland Faculty of Law in New Zealand; Duncan B. Hollis and Peter J. Spiro teach at Temple University Beasley School of Law; Julian Ku teaches at Hofstra Law School; Ken Anderson teaches at American University Washington College of Law; Peggy McGuinness teaches at the University of Missouri School of Law, Columbia; and Deborah Pearlstein is a visiting scholar at Princeton University's program in law and public affairs.
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