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Jonathan Van Patten

Jonathan Van Patten
Professor
Law, Law School
ULS School of Law 204
Phone: 605-677-5561
Education:
  • JD, Law, UCLA, 1973
  • BA, Political Science, UCLA, 1970
Publications:
  • Van Patten, J., (2004), Twenty-five Propositions on Writing and Persuasion, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 49, p. 250.
  • Van Patten, J., (2002), Making Sense of Bush v. Gore, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 47, p. 32.
  • Van Patten, J., (2001), Review of Harry Jaffa, A New Birth of Freedom: Abraham Lincoln and the Coming of the Civil War, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 46, p. 670.
  • Van Patten, J., (1999), Cases and Materials on Debtors' and Creditors' Rights.
  • Van Patten, J., (1998), Cases and Materials on Advanced Torts.
  • Van Patten, J., (1995), Lawyer Advertising, Professional Ethics, and the Constitution, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 40, p. 212.
  • Van Patten, J., (1993), Chapter 12 in the Courts, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 38, p. 52.
  • Van Patten, J., (1992), The Forgotten Constraint: Bankruptcy Legislation and the Uniformity Clause, Journal of Bankruptcy Law and Practice, vol. 1, p. 533.
  • Van Patten, J., (1991), Review of Robert Bork, The Tempting of America: The Political Seduction of the Law, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 36, p. 783.
  • Van Patten, J., Puetz, R. D., , (1990), Bankruptcy and Environmental Obligations: The Clash Between Private Relief and Public Policy, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 35, p. 220.
  • Van Patten, J., (1989), Review of George Anastaplo, The Constitution of 1787, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 34, p. 440.
  • Van Patten, J., (1988), Lender Liability: Changing or Enforcing the Ground Rules?, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 33, p. 387.
  • Van Patten, J., (1987), The Partisan Battle Over the Constitution: Meese's Jurisprudence of Original Intention and Brennan's Theory of Contemporary Ratification, Marquette Law Review, vol. 70, p. 389.
  • Van Patten, J., (1987), "Standin' in the Need of Prayer?": The Supreme Court on James Madison and Religious Liberty, Benchmark, vol. III, p. 59.
  • Van Patten, J., (1986), Judicial Independence and the Rule of Law, Benchmark, vol. II, p. 117.
  • Van Patten, J., (1985), Review of Francis Canavan, Freedom of Expression: For What Purpose? , The Claremont Review of Books, vol. IV, p. 4.
  • Van Patten, J., (1984), The Enigma of the ERA, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 30, p. 8.
  • Van Patten, J., (1984), The Limits of Advocacy: A Proposal for the Tort of Malicious Defense in Civil Litigation, Hastings Law Journal, vol. 35, p. 891.
  • Van Patten, J., (1983), In the End is the Beginning: An Inquiry Into the Meaning of the Religion Clauses, St. Louis University Law Journal, vol. 27, p. 1.
  • Van Patten, J., (1983), Magic, Prophecy and the Law of Treason in Reformation England, The American Journal of Legal History, vol. 27, p. 1.
  • Van Patten, J., (1983), Review of Richard Neely, How Courts Govern America and Michael J. Perry, The Constitution, The Courts and Human Rights, The Claremont Review of Books, vol. II, p. 3.
  • Van Patten, J., (1982), Review of Bernard Siegan, Economic Liberties and the Constitution, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 28, p. 251.
Awards and Honors:
  • John Wesley Jackson Memorial Award for Outstanding Professor of Law, 1987
Presentations:
  • Van Patten, J. (2007, July). Presented at the Bad Faith Litigation Section of American Association for Justice Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Van Patten, J. (2006, October). Presented at the Federalist Society/American Constitution Society Panel Discussion on November Ballot Initiatives.
  • Van Patten, J. (2005, October). Administration of 9/11 Fund for Victims and Their Families. Presented at the Gunderson Lecture Panel with Kenneth Feinberg and Don Frankenfeld.
  • Van Patten, J. (2003). Review of 2002-03 Term of SD Supreme Court. Presented at the South Dakota Bar.
  • Van Patten, J. (2003, October). 2002-03 Term of SD Supreme Court. Presented at the South Dakota Bar CLE Program.
  • Van Patten, J. (2001). Presented at the South Dakota Discovery CLE Program.
  • Van Patten, J. (2000). Presented at the Lawyer Advertising and Professional Ethics in Perspective on the Profession.