MASSEY - Calvin Massey

Daniel Webster Distinguished Professor of Law

BA, Whitman College
JD, Columbia Law School
MBA, Harvard Business School
 

Updated: August 8, 2012

Books

  •     American Constitutional Law: Powers and Liberties (Fourth Edition, Aspen, 2013)   (casebook)
  •     Property: Principles, Problems, and Cases (West, 2012) (casebook) 
  •     American Constitutional Law: Powers and Liberties (Third Edition, Aspen, 2009)  (casebook) Annual Supplements (Aspen 2009-2012)
  •     American Constitutional Law: Powers and Liberties (Second Edition, Aspen, 2005) (casebook) Annual Supplements (Aspen, 2005-2008)
  •     American Constitutional Law: Powers and Liberties (Aspen, 2001) (casebook) Annual Supplements to American Constitutional Law (Aspen, 2001-2004)
  •     Property (2d Edition, Aspen/Emanuel, 2006) (outline)
  •     Property (Aspen/Emanuel, 2002) (outline)
  •     Property (Emanuel Publishing, 1998) (outline
  •     Constitutional Law (Aspen, 1997) (outline)
  •     Constitutional Law (2d edition, Aspen, 2001) (outline) 
  •     Silent Rights: The Ninth Amendment and the Constitution’s Unenumerated Rights (Temple University Press, 1995) (monograph)
  •     The California State Constitution (Greenwood Press, 1993) Co-authored with Profs. Joseph Grodin and Richard Cunningham (treatise)
     

Articles

  •     Uncensored Discourse is not Just for Politics, 36 Vermont L. Rev.845 (2012)
  •     “M.B.Z. v. Clinton: Whither Jersusalem?,” 6 Charleston L. Rev. 87 (2011)    
  •     “Public Opinion, Cultural Change, and Constitutional Adjudication,” 61 Hastings L. J. 1437 (2010)
  •     “Church Schisms, Church Property, and Civil Authority,” 84 St John’s L. Rev. 23 (2010)
  •     “State Standing after Massachusetts v. EPA,” 61 Florida L. Rev. 249 (2009), excerpted in 34 Admin. & Reg. Law News 7 (2009)
  •     “Second Amendment Decision Rules,” 60 Hastings L.J. 1431 (2009)
  •     “Two Zones of Prophylaxis: The Scope of the Fourteenth Amendment Enforcement Power,” 76 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1 (2007)
  •     “The Role of Governmental Purpose in Constitutional Judicial Review,” 59 S. Car. L. Rev. 1 (2007)
  •     “The Constitution in a Postmodern Age,”, 64 Wash. & Lee L. Rev.165 (2007)
  •     Book Review, The Rehnquist Legacy, 25 Law & History Rev. 683 (2007)
  •     Book Review, The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States, 24 Law & History Rev. 689 (2006)
  •     “The Political Marketplace of Religion,” 57 Hastings L.J. 1 (2005)
  •     “The New Formalism: Requiem for Tiered Scrutiny?” 6 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 944 (2004)
  •     “Elites, Identity Politics, Guns, and the Manufacture of Legal Rights,” 73 Fordham L. Rev. 573 (2004) (symposium issue)
  •     “Designation of Heirs: A Modest Proposal to Diminish Will Contests,” 37 Real Prop. Prob. and Tr. J. 577 (2003)
  •     “Congressional Power to Regulate Sex Discrimination: The Effect of the Supreme Court’s ‘New Federalism,’” 55 Maine L. Rev. 63 (2003) (symposium contribution)    
  •     “Some Thoughts on the Law and Politics of Reparations for Slavery,” 24 Boston College Third World Law Review 157 (2004) (symposium contribution) 
  •     “Joltin’ Joe Has Left and Gone Away: The Vanishing Presumption Against Preemption,” 66 Albany L. Rev. 759 (2003)
  •     “Federalism and the Rehnquist Court,” 53 Hastings L.J. 431 (2002)
  •     “Civic Discourse Amid Cultural Transformation,” 12 Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature.193 (2000).
  •     “Guns, Extremists, and the Constitution,” 57 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1095 (2000).
  •     “Juvenile Curfews and Fundamental Rights Methodology,” 27 Hastings Const. L. Q. 775 (2000).
  •     “A Whig in Republican Clothing,” a review of Linda Przybyszewski, The Republic According to John Marshall Harlan (1999) , February 2000 JURIST: Books-on-Law    
  •     "Public Fora, Neutral Governments, and the Prism of Property," 50 Hastings L.J. 309 (1999)
  •     "The Tao of Federalism," 20 Harv. J. Law & Pub. Policy 887 (1997)
  •     "Takings and Progressive Rate Taxation," 20 Harv. J. Law & Pub. Policy 85 (1996)
  •     "Etiquette Tips: Some Implications of 'Process Federalism,'" 18 Harv. J. Law & Pub. Policy 175 (1994).
  •     "Hate Speech, Cultural Diversity, and the Foundational Paradigms of Free Expression," 40 UCLA L. Rev. 103 (1992), portions reprinted in Speaking Freely: The Case Against Speech Codes, Henry Mark Holzer, ed., 1994.
  •     "The Natural Law Component of the Ninth Amendment," 61 U. Cin. L. Rev. 49 (1992) (part of symposium issue on Natural Law and the Constitution).
  •     "Devolution or Disunion: The Constitution After Meech Lake," 29 Osgoode Hall L. J. 792 (1991)
  •      "Abstention and the Constitutional Limits to the Judicial Power of the United States," 1991 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 811 (part of Federal Courts Symposium issue).
  •      "The Locus of Sovereignty: Judicial Review, Legislative Supremacy, and Federalism in the Constitutional Traditions of Canada and the United States," 1990 Duke L.J. 1229.
  •     "The Anti-Federalist Ninth Amendment and Its Implications for State Constitutional Law," 1990 Wis. L. Rev. 1229.
  •     "State Sovereignty and the Tenth and Eleventh Amendments," 56 U. Chi. L. Rev. 61 (1989).
  •     "A More Plausible Interpretation of the Eleventh Amendment," 57 U. Chi. L. Rev. 118 (1990).
  •     "The Excessive Fines Clause and Punitive Damages: Some Lessons from History," 40 Vand. L. Rev. 1233 (1987).
  •     "Federalism and Fundamental Rights: The Ninth Amendment," 38 Hastings L.J. 305 (1987), reprinted in The Rights Retained by the People: The History and Meaning of the Ninth Amendment (Randy Barnett, ed. 1989)
  •     "An Old-Fashioned Life," 24:1 San Francisco Attorney 32 (1998) (book review of  Gormley, Archibald Cox: Conscience of a Nation)
  •     Introduction to A Disquisition on Government, John C. Calhoun, a reprint of the 1851 classic defense of the merits of decentralized federalism (Legal Classics Library, 1993).
  •     "The Faith Healers," 17 Law & Social Inquiry 821 (1992).
  •     "The Duty of Keeping Political Power Separated," 20 Hastings Const. L. Q. 1 (1992).
  •     "Getting There: A Brief History of the Politics of Supreme Court Appointments," 19 Hastings Const. L. Q. 1 (1991).
  •     "The 'Underlying Principle' of the Independence of the California Constitution," 2 State Const. Comm. & Notes 1 (Winter 1991).
  •     "American Fiduciary Duty in an Age of Narcissism," 54 Sask. L. Rev. 101 (1990).
  •     "Rule of Law and the Age of Aquarius," 41 Hastings L.J. 757 (1990) (Review of Geoffrey de Q. Walker, The Rule of Law).
  •     "The Jurisprudence of Poetic License," 1989 Duke L. J. 1047.
  •     "California's Privacy Right: Independence Threatened," 1 State Const. Comm.  4 (Spring 1990).
  •     "Pure Symbols and the First Amendment," 17 Hastings Const. L. Q. 369 (1990), reprinted in The Flag and the Constitution, Vol. II: Flag Burning and the Law (Michael Kent Curtis, ed., 1993).
  •     "Anti-Federalism and the Ninth Amendment," 64 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 987 (1988), reprinted in The Rights Retained by the People: The History and Meaning of the Ninth Amendment, Vol. 2 (Randy Barnett, ed. 1993).
  •     "Law's Inferno," 39 Hastings L.J. 1269 (1988) (Review of Mark Kelman, A Guide to Critical Legal Studies).
  •     "An Assault Upon 'Takings' Doctrine: Finding New Answers in Old Theory," 63 Ind. L.J. 113 (1987) (Review of Richard Epstein, Takings: Private Property and the Power of Eminent Domain).
  •     "California Law of Initiative and Referendum," in The Law of Politics (California Continuing Education of the Bar, 1977) (with Steven Dantzker).
     

Other

  • Uncensored Discourse is Not Just for Politics, Symposium on Sorrell v. IMS Health, Universaity of New Hampshire Law School, October, 2011
  •     Snyder v. Phelps and Constitutional Limits on Civility Torts, September 15, 2010
  •     The Original Meaning of the Religion Clauses, Berkeley Law Federalist Society, October 21, 2010, University of California, Berkeley Law School
     
  •     Citizens United Today, California Public Utilities Commission, November 2, 2010
  •     Implementing the Second Amendment in the Courts, American Constitution Society, University of California, Davis, Law School, April 6, 2011
  •     Hastings Business Law Journal symposium on Citizens United, April 15, 2011
  •     “Power to the People: The Meaning of the Ninth Amendment,” University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall), March 9, 2010
  •     Presenter, “Public Opinion, Cultural Change, and Constitutional Adjudication,” Symposium: Democracy and the Courts, University of California, Hastings, and the Hastings Law Journal, February 19, 2010
  •     Presenter, “Federal Litigation on Same-Sex Marriage,” Symposium: The Future of Same-Sex Marriage, University of San Francisco Law School and the University of San Francisco Law Review, February 26, 2010
  •     Presenter, “Constitutional Limits to Tobacco Marketing Regulations,” at a conference, Implementing the Tobacco Control Act: Advice to the FDA, University of California, Hastings, and the Hastings Science and Technology Law Journal, August 28, 2009
  •     Paper presenter, “Second Amendment Decision Rules,” Symposium on the Second Amendment after Heller, University of California, Hastings, and the Hastings Law Journal, February 13, 2009
  •     Faculty colloquium, New York Law School, October 8, 2008
  •     Faculty colloquium, University of California, Davis Law School, October 4, 2008
  •     Paper presenter, Annual Meeting of the National Conference of State Legislators, Boston, August 2007, “The Commerce Clause and Protectionism: Two Sides to the Coin.”
  •     Paper presenter, Annual Meeting of the Law & Society Association, Las Vegas, June 2005, “The Future of Tiered Scrutiny.”
  •     Commentator and presenter, Conference on the Second Amendment and the Future of Gun Regulations, Fordham Law School, April 2004
  •     Paper presenter and commentator, Symposium on Reparations for Slavery, Boston College Third World Law Journal, March 2003
  •     Paper presenter, Symposium on “Law, Labor, and Gender,” University of Maine Law School and Maine Law Review, September 2002
  •     Colloquium participant, “The Meaning of Privileges and Immunities,” Liberty Fund, Tucson, April 2002
  •     Colloquium participant, “The Rule of Law and the Elaboration of a Constitutional Text,” Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, March 2002
  •     Colloquium speaker, Boston College Law School, February 2002
  •     Colloquium speaker, Boston University Law School, February 2002
  •     Bush v. Gore Revisited, Boston College Law School, November 2001
  •     “Votes and Voices: Reevaluations in the Aftermath of the 2000 Presidential Election,” Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, April 2001. Panel on Developments in Our Public Discourse
  •     Colloquium speaker, Washington & Lee Law School, November 2000
  •     Colloquium Participant, Academics for the Second Amendment, Arlington, VA,  November 1998
  •     Golden Gate University Law School, Debate on the Impeachment of President Clinton, October 1998
  •     Palo Alto and Santa Clara Bar Associations, Palo Alto, October 1995; Debate on Affirmative Action
  •     Canadian Studies Symposium, University of California, Berkeley, November 1993.  "The Meaning of the 1993 Federal Election"
  •     Canadian Studies Symposium, University of California, Berkeley, November 1992.  "After the Referendum, What Next?"
  •     Participant, Roots of the Common Law colloquium, Clemson University and Liberty Fund, October 1992.
  •     Panelist, Fulbright Roundtable, Canadian Consulate, San Francisco, April 1992, on Canadian constitutional change.
  •     Distinguished Visiting Scholar Lecture, California State University, Sacramento, February 1992 (Delivered a lecture,   "Federalism and the Canadian Constitution").
  •     Participant, Liberty and the Ninth Amendment Colloquium, University of Puget Sound Law School, May 1991
  •     Western Social Science Association, Annual Meeting, April 1991.  (Presented a paper:  "Devolution or Disunion: The Constitution After Meech Lake")
  •     Canadian Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, Stanford University, July 1990.  (Presented a paper: "American Fiduciary Duty in an Age of Narcissism")
  •     National Association of Attorneys General, Annual Seminar on State Constitutional Law, May-June 1990.  (Presented "The Antifederalist Ninth Amendment and Its Implications for State Constitutional Law").
  •     Symposium on "Controversies of Law," May 1990, co-sponsored by University of California, Hastings.  (Presented a paper: "Abortion")
  •     Panel participant, Symposium on Freedom and Federalism, April 1990, George Mason University.
  •     Association of Canadian Studies in the United States, Biennial Meeting, November 1989.  (Presented a paper: "Meech Lake and Calhoun's Concurrent Majority.")
  •     Conference on the California Constitution, March 1989, University of California, Hastings.