James Gray Pope
Professor of Law
& Sidney Reitman Scholar
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Last updated: June 2009
- Contract, Race, and Freedom of Labor in the Constitutional Law of “Involuntary Servitude,” 119
Yale L. J.
- Labor and Employment Law - United States,
Oxford Encyclopedia of Legal History
(forthcoming, Oxford University Press).
- The Workers’ Freedom of Association Under the Thirteenth Amendment, Then and Now (Book Chapter), in
Alexander Tsesis ed., The Promises of Liberty: Thirteenth Amendment Abolitionism and Its Contemporary Vitality
(forthcoming Columbia University Press).
- Class Conflicts of Law II: Solidarity, Entrepreneurship, and the Deep Agenda of the Obama NLRB,
56 Buff. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2009) (symposium commemorating the 25th anniversary of James B. Atleson’s Values and Assumptions in American Labor Law).
Major Published Writings
Symposium Contributions, Reviews,
and Shorter Pieces
New Labor Law (with Peter Kellman & Ed Bruno)
(Debs-Jones-Douglass Institute, 2003).
- The Western Pennsylvania Coal Strike of 1933, Parts I
from Below and the Revival of the United Mine Workers) &
from Above and the Demise of Democracy in the United Mine
Workers), 44 Labor
15-47, 235-64 (2003).
Thirteenth Amendment versus the Commerce Clause: Labor and
the Shaping of American Constitutional Law, 1921-1957, 102 Colum.
L. Rev. 1-122
- Labor's Constitution of Freedom, 106 Yale
- Labor-Community Coalitions and Boycotts: The Old Labor
Unionism and The Living Constitution, 69 Tex.
Moments: The Role of Direct Popular Power in the American
Constitutional Order, 139 U.
Pa. L. Rev.
- Two Faces Two Ethics: Labor Union Lawyers and the
of Entity Ethics, 68 Ore.
L. Rev. 1-55
- Labor and the Constitution: From Abolition to
L. Rev. 1071-1136 (1987).
- The Three-Systems Ladder of First Amendment
and a Black Hole, 11 Hastings
- Free Speech Rights of Union Officials Under the LMRDA,
- Class Conflicts of Law I: Unilateral Worker Lawmaking versus Unilateral Employer Lawmaking in the U.S. Workplace, 56 Buff. L. Rev.1095-1127 (2008) (symposium on class and law).
- The Employee Free Choice Act and a Strategy for Winning Workers’ Rights (with Peter Kellman & Ed Bruno), Working USA, March 2008, 125-44 (symposium on the crisis in labor law).
(with Peter Kellman & Ed Bruno), New
Labor Forum, Spring 2007, 8-18.
The Toledo Auto-Lite Strike and the Fight Against “Wage Slavery”
(second author, with Rebecca Zietlow), 38 U. Tol. L. Rev. 839-54 (2007) (symposium on the Thirteenth Amendment).
- Next-Wave Organizing and the Transition to a New Paradigm of Labor Law, 50 N.Y.L.S. L. Rev. 515-59 (2006) (symposium on next-wave organizing).
- National Industrial Recovery Act (1933) (encyclopedia entry), in Brian K. Landsberg, ed., Major Acts of Congress (2003).
- Toward a New Labor Rights Movement (with Peter Kellman
Spring 2001, 8-33.
- The First Amendment, the Thirteenth Amendment, and the
in the Twenty-first Century, 51 Rut.
L. Rev. 941-69 (1999)
(symposium on the Rutgers tradition).
- Fusion, Timmons v. Twin Cities Area New Party, and the
Parties in the United States, 50 Rut.
L. Rev. 473-506 (1998).
- An Approach to State Constitutional Interpretation,
985-1008 (1993) (symposium on state constitutional law).
- Some Possible Lessons for Canada of the United States'
Major Constitutional Change, 37 McGill
L.J. 1-26 (1992).
- The Past of Labor Law -- And Its Future (Review of Law
Shaping of the American Labor Movement, by William Forbath), 39
L. Rev. 481-502 (1991).