Articles & Resources from 2007
You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet: The Inevitable Post-Hamdan Conflict Between the Supreme Court and the Political Branches (2007)
July 2, 2007
Author(s): Michael Greenberger, JD On September 21, 2006, my colleagues, Professors Singer, Quint, and Young, and I led a workshop for our faculty on the Supreme Court’s last, and most important case of the previous Term, Hamdan v. Rumsfeld. As was doubtless true of law scholars across the country (indeed, perhaps throughout ...
Preparing Vulnerable Populations for a Disaster: Inner-City Emergency Preparedness – Who Should Take the Lead? (2007)
June 2, 2007
Author(s): Michael Greenberger, JD Published in DePaul Journal of Health Care Law, v. 10, no. 2, (Symposium Issue), 2007, p. 291-308. Recommended Citation Greenberger, Michael, "Preparing Vulnerable Populations for a Disaster: Inner-City Emergency Preparedness – Who Should Take the Lead?" (2007). All Faculty Publications. Paper 451. http://digitalcommons.law.umaryland.edu/fac_pubs/451 2007PreparingVulnerablePopulations.pdf
Teaching New Dogs Old Tricks: Reshaping the Department of Homeland Security's Technology Development Infrastructure (2007)
May 2, 2007
Author(s): Michael Greenberger, JD Published in Jurimetrics, v. 47, no. 3, spring 2007, p. 281-296. This article discusses the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS’s) use of technology to help fight the war on terror. First, this article reveals how DHS has made little progress in encouraging the development of important technology, despite receiving ...
Did the Founding Fathers do "A Heckuva Job"? Constitutional Authorization for the Use of Federal Troops to Prevent the Loss of a Major American City (2007)
April 3, 2007
Author(s): Michael Greenberger, JD Published in Boston University Law Review, v. 87, no. 2, April 2007, p. 397-425. An earlier version of this paper may be found in the repository under Maryland Constitutional Law Schmooze. As the one year anniversary of the landfall of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast passed, the ...