David J. Barron

Visiting Professor of Law

Fall 2014

Representative Publications

Bibliography


Books


Frug, Gerald E., Richard Ford & David J. Barron. Local Government Law: Cases and Materials (West Publishing 5th ed. 2010).

Frug, Gerald E. & David J. Barron. City Bound: How States Stifle Urban Innovation (Cornell University Press 2008).

Barron, David J., Gerald E. Frug & Rick Su. Dispelling the Myth of Home Rule: Local Power in Greater Boston (Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston 1st ed. 2004).


Shorter Works in Collection


Barron, David J. "Privatizing the Constitution: State Action and Beyond" in The Rehnquist Legacy 345 (Geoffrey Stone, Richard Garnett, Earl Maltz, Daniel O. Conkle, Craig Bradley, Yale Kamisar, James Tomkovicz, Joseph Hoffmann, Mark Tushnet, Lynn A. Baker, Daniel Farber, William Marshall, Philip Frickey, Ruth Colker and Kevin Scott, Dawn Johnsen & Neal Devins auths., Craig Bradley ed., Cambridge University Press, 2006).


Articles in a Periodical


Barron, David J. & Todd D. Rakoff. "In Defense of Big Waiver," 113 Columbia Law Review 265 (2013).

Barron, David J. "Foreword: Blue State Federalism at the Crossroads," 3 Harvard Law & Policy Review 1 (2009).

Barron, David J. & Martin S. Lederman. "The Commander in Chief at the Lowest Ebb ? Framing the Problem, Doctrine, and Original Understanding," 121 Harvard Law Review 689 (2008).

Frug, Gerald E. & David J. Barron. "International Local Government Law," 38 The Urban Lawyer 1 (2006).

Barron, David J. "Fighting Federalism with Federalism: If It's Not Just a Battle Between Federalist and Nationalist, What Is It?" 74 Fordham Law Review 2081 (2006).

Frug, Gerald E. & David J. Barron. "Defensive Localism: A View of the Field from the Field," 21 U. Va. Journal of Law and Politics 261 (2006).

Barron, David J. "Why (and When) Cities Have a Stake in Enforcing the Constitution," 115 Yale Law Journal 2218 (2006).
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Frug, Gerald E. & David J. Barron. "Making Planning Matter: A New Approach to Eminent Domain," 71 Harvard Design Magazine (2005).

Barron, David J. & Gerald E. Frug. "Defensive Localism: A View of the Field From the Field," 21 The Journal of Law 261 (2005).

Barron, David J., Gerald E. Frug & Rick Su. "Overruling Home Rule," 9 Commonwealth Magazine 15 (2004).
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Barron, David J. "The Community Economic Development Movement's Double Standard," 56 Stanford Law Review 701 (2003).
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Barron, David J. "Reclaiming Home Rule," 116 Harvard Law Review 2255 (2003).
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Barron, David J. "The Community Economic Development Movement: A Metropolitan Perspective (reviewing William Simon, The Community Economic Development Movement, Law, Business, and the New Social Policy (2001)," 56 Stanford Law Review 701 (2003) (book review).
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Barron, David J. & Gerald E. Frug. "After 9/11: Cities," 34 Urban Lawyer 583 (2002).
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Frug, Gerald E. & David J. Barron. "The Census As a Call to Action," 29 Fordham Urban L. J. 1387 (2002).

Barron, David J. "A Localist Critique of the New Federalism," 51 Duke Law Journal 377 (2001).
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Kagan, Elena & David J. Barron. "Chevron's Nondelegation Doctrine," 2001 Supreme Court Review 201 (2001).
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Barron, David J. "Constitutionalism in the Shadow of Doctrine: The President's Non-enforcement Power," 63 Journal of Law and Contemporary Problems 16 (2000).
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Barron, David J. "The Promise of Cooley's City: Traces of Local Constitutionalism," 147 University of Pa. Law Review 787 (1999).
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Barron, David J. "Note, Civic Republican Administrative Theory: Bureaucrats as Deliberative Democrats," 107 Harvard Law Review 1401 (1994).

Barron, David J. "The Supreme Court, 1992 Term - Leading Cases," 107 Harvard Law Review 194 (1993).

Barron, David J. "Book Note, Democracy and Dishonesty," 106 Harvard Law Review 792 (1993).


Articles in a Newspaper


Frug, Gerald E. & David J. Barron. "City Limits," Boston Globe, February 25, 2007.

Frug, Gerald E. & David J. Barron. "Make Eminent Domain Fair for All," The Boston Globe, August 12, 2005.

Barron, David J. & Eric M. Zolt. "When Local Government Goes out of Control," Washington Post, 2001.


Reports or Studies


Frug, Gerald E. & David J. Barron. "Boston Bound: A Comparison of Boston's Legal Powers with Those of Six Other Major American Cities", The Boston Foundation (2007).
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Presentations


Barron, David J. Dispelling the Myth of Home Rule: Local Power in Greater Boston, Boston Foundation Forum, Boston MA (March).

Barron, David J. "Dispelling the Myth of Home Rule: Local Power in Greater Boston, " Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston Training Session for Municipal Officials, Cambridge, MA (September, 2004).

Barron, David J. Participant in Roundtable on the Commander-In-Chief Power, Executive Power and Interrogation, Detention and the Powers of the Executive - A Series of Roundtables Sponsored by the Program on Public Law at Duke Law School, Durham, NC (September, 2004).

Barron, David J. "Gay Marriage in America: A Constitutional View," Sun Valley's Writer's Conference, Sun Valley, Idaho (August, 2004).

Barron, David J. "Home Rule Then and Now," Masscahusetts Appellate Judges Conference, Weston, MA (July, 2004).

Barron, David J. Participant in Plenary Roundtable Discussion on "Gay Marriage, Federalism and the Constitution," American Constitution Society Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C (June, 2004).

Barron, David J. "Separation of Powers and the War on Terror: A Look at the Current Cases, " Harvard Law School Association of Mexico, Mexico City (May, 2004).

Barron, David J. Commentator, ?Localism in 20th Century America,? American Society for Legal History Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C (November 2003).

Barron, David J. ?Local Government Law and the 2000 Census,? Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C (January 2003).

Barron, David J. "Use of Intellectual Property in first year Property Class," American Association of Law School Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA (January).

Barron, David J. & Gerald E. Frug. ?The Home Rule Project,? Board Meeting of the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, MA (Winter 2002).

Barron, David J. & Gerald E. Frug. "The Home Rule Project," Harvard Law School Summer Workshop, Cambridge, MA (Summer 2002).

Barron, David J. ?Reclaiming Home Rule,? University of Virginia Law School Faculty Workshop, Charlottesville, VA (Fall 2002).

Barron, David J. ?Rethinking Home Rule,? Georgetown University Law School, Colloquium on Constitutional Theory, Washington, D.C (Spring 2002).

Barron, David J. ?Rethinking Home Rule,? Stanford Law School, Colloquium on Distributive Justice, Palo Alto, CA (Fall 2002).

Barron, David J. ?Rethinking Home Rule,? American Society for Legal History Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL (Fall 2002).

Barron, David J. ?A Localist Critique of the New Federalism,? Duke Program in Public Law Conference on ?The Constitution in Exile,? Durham, NC (Fall 2001).

Barron, David J. ?Inclusionary Localism and the Doctrine of Home Rule,? Harvard Law School, Summer Faculty Workshop, Cambridge, MA (Summer 2001).

Barron, David J. ?Local Government Law in a World of Limited Growth,? Tucson, AZ. Metropolitan Housing Commission Conference, Tucson, AZ (Spring 2000).

Barron, David J. ?Constitutionalism in the Shadow of Doctrine: The President?s Non-Enforcement Power,? Duke Program in Public Law Conference on ?The Constitution Under Clinton? (Fall 1999).


Works in Progress


Barron, David J. Rethinking Home Rule (2003).

Representative Publications

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