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Teaching

Mr. Still has served as an adjunct professor at these law schools:

  • Birmingham School of Law, teaching The Law of Politics and Constitutional Law (since Summer 2005)
  • American University Washington College of Law, teaching a course on the Law of the American Political Process (during 1998 to 2002)
  • University of Alabama School of Law, teaching both American Legal History and Election Law courses (in 1995-96).
  • In addition, he has made presentations to numerous continuing legal education programs. Among is most recent is "USERRA Basic Training for Employment Lawyers," co-written with Mary Dryovage and Kathleen Piscitelli and presented at the National Employment Lawyers Association annual meeting, June 2005. He made a presentation on "Class of One" Equal Protection Cases to the NELA Georgia annual CLE meeting in December 2005.

    This entry was posted by Edward at 7:40 PM, 04 December 2005 | Categories: Biography


    The picture above was made in 1914 by the Birmingham Engraving Co. This reproduction is from the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA.

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