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Patrick Garry

Patrick Garry
Law, Law School
ULS School of Law 205
Phone: 605-677-5405
Graduated with a JD from the University of Minnesota.
Teaching Interests:
First Amendment, Media Law, Administrative Law, Advanced Torts, Employment Law
Research Interests:
  • MA, University of Minnesota,
  • Ph D, University of Minnesota, 1986
  • JD, University of Minnesota, 1984
  • Garry, P., Action for Children's Television v. FCC, Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Garry, P., Agostini v. Felton.
  • Garry, P., Aguillar v. Felton.
  • Garry, P., Bartnicki v. Vopper.
  • Garry, P., Board of Commissioners v. Umbehr.
  • Garry, P., Bowers v. Hardwick.
  • Garry, P., Branzburg v. Hayes.
  • Garry, P., Carolene Products Footnote Four.
  • Garry, P., Cohen v. California.
  • Garry, P., Cohen v. Cowles Media Co., Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Garry, P., FCC v. Pacifica Foundation.
  • Garry, P., Heffron v. International Society for Krishna Consciousness, Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Garry, P., Lemon v. Kurtzman.
  • Garry, P., Limited Government and the Bill of Rights, University of Missouri Press.
  • Garry, P., Lynch v. Donnelly.
  • Garry, P., Miami Publishing Co. v. Tornillo, Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Garry, P., Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Assn. v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins. Co..
  • Garry, P., National League of Cities v. Usery.
  • Garry, P., O'Hare Truck Service v. City of Northlake, Thomson/Gale.
  • Garry, P., Randall v. Sorrell, Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Garry, P., Reno v. ACLU.
  • Garry, P., Rosenberger v. Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia.
  • Garry, P., Rowan v. U.S. Post Office, Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Garry, P., Samuel Adams.
  • Garry, P., The Antifederalists, Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Garry, P., The Red Scare.
  • Garry, P., The Self-Government Rationale, Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Garry, P., U. S. v. Playboy Entertainment Group Inc..
  • Garry, P., Video Games, Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Garry, P., Widmar v. Vincent.
  • Garry, P., Zechariah Chafee, Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Garry, P., Zurcher v. Stanford Daily.
  • Garry, P., (2010), An Equal Protection View of the First Amendment, Quinnipiac Law Review, vol. 28, p. 787.
  • Garry, P., (2010), Assessing the Constitutional Autonomy of Such Non-State Institutions as the Press and Academia, Utah Law Review, vol. 2010, p. 141.
  • Garry, P., (2010), Conservatism Redefined: A Creed for the Poor and Disadvantaged, Encounter Books.
  • Garry, P., (2010), Federalism Implications of Campaign Financing Practices: A Case Study of the South Dakota Voter Initiaives, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 54, p. 36.
  • Garry, P., (2010), Re-evaluating Media Regulation in a Media Environment of Nearly Unlimited Entertainment Programming and Ample Alternative Channels of Communication, Regent Law Review, vol. 22, p. 347.
  • Garry, P., (2010), Review of Cass R. Sunstein, A Constitution of Many Minds: Why the Founding Document Doesn't Mean What It Meant Before (Princeton 2009), Suffolk Law Review, vol. 43, p. 441.
  • Garry, P., Spurlin, C., (2009), Does Filtering Stop the Flow of Valuable Information?: A Case Study of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) in South Dakota, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 54, p. 89.
  • Garry, P., (2009), Liberty Through Limits: The Bill of Rights as Limited Government Provisions, SMU Law Review, vol. 62, p. 1745.
  • Garry, P., (2009), Pleasant Grove City v. Summum: The Supreme Court Finds a Public Display of Ten Commandments to be Permissible Government Speech, The Supreme Court Review, Cato Institute.
  • Garry, P., Spurlin, C., (2009), Wind Energy in Indian Country: A Study on the Challenges and Opportunities Facing the South Dakota Tribes, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 54, p. 448.
  • Garry, P., (2008), An Entrenched Legacy: How the New Deal Constitutional Revolution Continues to Shape the Role of the Court, Penn State University Press.
  • Garry, P., (2008), Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition, Thomson/Gale.
  • Garry, P., (2008), Diversity as a Compelling Interest for Racial Preferences in Higher Education, Pepperdine Law Review, vol. 35, p. 649.
  • Garry, P., (2008), Review of Ian MacMullen, Faith in Schools? Autonomy, Citizenship, and Religious Education in the Liberal State (Princeton 2007), Journal of Law and Religion, vol. 24, p. 269.
  • Garry, P., (2008), Review of Joseph Viteritti, The Last Freedom (Princeton 2007), Journal of Law and Religion, vol. 24, p. 275.
  • Garry, P., (2008), The Captive Audience Doctrine, Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Garry, P., (2008), The Democratic Aspect of the Establishment Clause: A Refutation of the Argument that the Clause Serves to Protect Religious or Nonreligious Minorities, Mercer Law Review, vol. 59, p. 595.
  • Garry, P., (2008), The First Amendment and Indian Tribal Constitutions and Legal Systems: A Case Study, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 53, p. 335.
  • Garry, P., (2007), Accommodating the Administrative State: The Interrelationship Between the Chevron and Nondelegation Doctrines, Arizona State Law Journal, vol. 38, p. 921.
  • Garry, P., (2007), Anonymous Sources and Libel Law.
  • Garry, P., (2007), Coordinating the Exercise and Establishment Clauses: A Constitutional Test for Government Funding of Prisoner Rehabilitation Services by Non-secular Providers, Ave Maria Law Review, vol. 5, p. 387.
  • Garry, P., (2007), Judicial Review and the Hard Look Doctrine, Nevada Law Journal, vol. 7, p. 151.
  • Garry, P., (2007), The Constitutional Relevance of the Employer-Sovereign Distinction: Examining the Due Process Rights of Government Employees in Light of Recent Developments in the Public Sector Speech Doctrine, St. John's Law Review, vol. 81, p. 797.
  • Garry, P., Spurlin, C., (2007), The Effectiveness of Media Ratings Systems in Preventing Children's Exposure to Violent and Sexually Explicit Media Content: An Empirical Study, Oklahoma City University Law Review, vol. 32, p. 215.
  • Garry, P., (2007), The First Amendment and Non-Political Speech: Exploring a Constitutional Model That Focuses on the Existence of Alternative Channels of Communication, Missouri Law Review, vol. 72, p. 477.
  • Garry, P., (2007), The Internet and the Captive Audience Doctrine, 2007 Brigham Young University Law Review, p. 1595.
  • Garry, P., (2007), The Sam Sheppard Trial, Indiana University Press.
  • Garry, P., (2007), Where Speech Loses Its Lustre: Campaign Finance Laws and the Downgrading of Political Speech in Comparison with Indecent Speech, Nexus Law Journal, vol. 12, p. 83.
  • Garry, P., (2006), A Different Model for the Constitutional Right to Privacy: The Political Question Doctrine as a Substitute for Substantive Due Process, University of Miami Law Review, vol. 61, p. 169.
  • Garry, P., (2006), A One-Sided Federalism Revolution: The Unaddressed Constitutional Compromise on Federalism and Individual Rights, Seton Hall Law Review, vol. 36, p. 851.
  • Garry, P., (2006), Cultural Whiplash: The Unforeseen Consequences of America's Crusade Against Racial Discrimination, Cumberland House.
  • Garry, P., (2006), Federalism's Battle with History: The Inaccurate Associations With Unpopular Politics, UMKC Law Review, vol. 74, p. 365.
  • Garry, P., (2006), Liberty From on High: The Growing Reliance on a Centralized Judiciary to Protect Individual Liberty, Kentucky Law Journal, vol. 95, p. 385.
  • Garry, P., (2006), Rediscovering a Lost Freedom: The First Amendment Right to Censor Unwanted Speech, Transaction Publishers.
  • Garry, P., Spurlin, C., (2006), The Challenges to Harmonization of Inter-jurisdictional Trade Laws, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 51, p. 256.
  • Garry, P., (2006), The Constitutional Lynchpin of Liberty In an Age of New Federalism: Replacing Substantive Due Process with the Right to Travel, Brandeis Law Journal, vol. 45, p. 469.
  • Garry, P., (2006), The Right to Reject.
  • Garry, P., (2006), The Unannounced Revolution: How the Court Has Indirectly Effected a Shift in the Separation of Powers, Alabama Law Review, vol. 57, p. 689.
  • Garry, P., (2006), Wrestling With God: The Courts' Tortuous Treatment of Religion, Catholic University of America Press.
  • Garry, P., (2005), Anonymous Sources, Libel Law and the First Amendment, Temple Law Review, vol. 78, p. 579.
  • Garry, P., (2005), Confronting the Changed Circumstances of Free Speech in a Media Society, Capital University Law Review, vol. 33, p. 551.
  • Garry, P., (2005), Religious Freedom Demands More Than Neutrality: The Constitutional Argument for Nonpreferential Aid to Religion, Florida Law Review, vol. 57, p. 1 .
  • Garry, P., (2005), The Distorted Uses of the First Amendment, Nexus Law Journal, vol. 10, p. 83.
  • Garry, P., (2005), The Myth of Separation: Church-State Relations in the U.S., Hofstra Law Review, vol. 33, p. 475.
  • Garry, P., (2005), The Right to Reject: The First Amendment in a Media-Drenched Society, San Diego Law Review, vol. 42, p. 129.
  • Garry, P., (2004), An Inequality Among Equals: Disparities in the Judicial Treatment of Free Speech and Religious Exercise Claims, Wake Forest Law Review, vol. 39, p. 361.
  • Garry, P., (2004), Defining Speech in an Information Age: The Case of First Amendment Protection for Video Games, Southern Methodist University Law Review, vol. 57, p. 139.
  • Garry, P., (2004), The First Amendment in a Time of Media Proliferation, University of Pittsburgh Law Review, vol. 65, p. 183.
  • Garry, P., (2004), The Flip Side of the First Amendment: A Freedom to Filter, Michigan State Law Review , vol. 2004, p. 57.
  • Garry, P., (2004), The Institutional Side of Religious Liberty: A New Model of the Establishment Clause, Utah Law Review, vol. 2004, p. 1155.
  • Garry, P., (2004), The Irrationality of Shareholder Class Actions: A Proposal for Reform, South Dakota Law Review, vol. 49.
  • Garry, P., (2001), Prior Restraint and the Supreme Court, Oxford University Press.
  • Garry, P., (2001), Schenck v. United States, Oxford University Press.
  • Garry, P., (2001), The History of Civil Liberties, Oxford University Press.
  • Garry, P., (1997), A Nation of Adversaries: The Social and Cultural Effect of America's Litigation Explosion, Insight Books.
  • Garry, P., (1997), Campus Speech Codes Violate Free Speech, Greenhaven Press.
  • Garry, P., (1995), The Free Speech Debate During WWI and the Search for National Identity, Garland Publishing, Inc..
  • Garry, P., (1995), Censorship by the Free-Speech Generation, National Forum.
  • Garry, P., (1994), Scrambling for Protection: The New Media and the First Amendment, University of Pittsburgh Press.
  • Garry, P., (1993), Am American Paradox: Censorship in a Nation of Speech, Praeger.
  • Garry, P., (1993), Oliver Wendell Holmes and the Democratic Foundations of the First Amendment, Peter Lang Press.
  • Garry, P., Murphy, P., (1993), Review of Nat Hentoff, Free Speech for Me-But Not for Thee and Revolutionary Sparks: Freedom of Expression in Modern America, Constitution, vol. 5.
  • Garry, P., (1992), Edwards v. California, Oxford University Press.
  • Garry, P., (1992), Liberalism and American Identity, Kent State University Press.
  • Garry, P., (1992), Nebraska Press Association v. Stuart and the Fourth Estate Model, Oxford University Press.
  • Garry, P., (1992), Pretrial Publicity and the Gag Rule, Oxford University Press.
  • Garry, P., (1992), Prior Restraint, Oxford University Press.
  • Garry, P., (1992), The Commercial Speech Doctrine, Oxford University Press.
  • Garry, P., (1992), The Legacy of Shephard v. Maxwell, Oxford University Press.
  • Garry, P., (1992), The Trouble with Confidential Sources: A Criticism of the Supreme Court's Interest-Group View of the First Amendment in Cohen v. Cowles Media Company, Hastings Communication and Entertainment Law Journal, vol. 14, p. 403.
  • Garry, P., (1991), Churches and Courts: The First Amendment and Clergy Lawsuits, Journal of Law and Religion, vol. 95, p. 179.
  • Garry, P., Murphy, P., (1991), Review of William Pencak, For God and Country: The American Legion, 1919-1941, The Annals of Iowa, vol. 50, iss. 8.
  • Garry, P., (1990), The American Vision of a Free Press, Garland Publishing, Inc., New York.
  • Garry, P., (1990), Review of Jeremy Cohen, Congress Shall Make No Law: Oliver Wendell Holmes, the First Amendment, and Judicial Decision Making, Journal of Church and State.
  • Garry, P., Murphy, P., (1989), Opening Up the Marketplace to Free Trade in Ideas, Law and Social Inquiry, vol. 14, p. 415.
  • Garry, P., Murphy, P., (1989), That Venerable (or is it Vulnerable?) Institution: The Supreme Court, Reviews in American History, vol. 17, p. 631.
  • Garry, P., (1989), The First Amendment and Freedom of the Press: A Revised Approach to the Marketplace of Ideas, Marquette Law Review, vol. 72, p. 187.
  • Garry, P., McDavitt, P., (1988), The Emerging Legal Relationship Between an Investment Banker and Its Client: An Argument for a Fiduciary Relationship, Hamline Law Review, vol. 12.
  • Garry, P., Murphy, P., (1988), The Press and the Dilemma of the Fourth Estate, Law and Society Review, vol. 22, p. 1043.
  • Garry, P., (1985), The Relationship Between Employment Agreements and Trade Secret Litigation, William Mitchell Law Review, vol. 11, p. 501.