Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

History A303: United States from 1789-1840 (Fall 2016)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Jeffrey Malanson

Panel

The Perils of Politics: Social, Legal, and Philosophical Battles from Ancient Greece through Twentieth-Century America

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Chris Erickson (History)

Brief Biography

My name is James Bradley Crump. I am a legal studies senior here at IPFW, and will begin a graduate program for a Master of Law in the fall of 2017. I also spent six years in the Army. I have held various undergraduate legal internships, some of which have been in the Fort Wayne area. These include Malloy Law LLC and the Allen County Prosecutor’s Office. I have also held various research positions. Regionally, I have conducted research with the Center for Social Research at IPFW. Nationally, I was recognized as a research assistant for The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies. At The Federalist Society, my work included the National Lawyers 2016 CLE, extensive research into public discourse and cognitive scientist George Lakoff for grant proposals, critique of Akhil Amar’s The Constitution Today, and inter alia content edit of the newly released book, DC Confidential: Inside the Five Tricks of Washington. While in DC this past summer, I was also awarded a fellowship with the Fund of American Studies. I attended various lectures from bi-partisan and partisan think tanks, the South African embassy, the State Department, and a multitude of high-level executives and government officials. Additionally, I completed a course through The Fund of American Studies and the Reagan Foundation on Leadership and the American Presidency, which resulted in academic excellence and deeper appreciation for the uncertainties that face a presidency. Today, I am here to open all to a new world and deeper understanding of judicial review.

Start Date

11-2-2017 3:05 AM

End Date

11-2-2017 4:05 AM

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An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of Judicial Review

My name is James Bradley Crump. I am a legal studies senior here at IPFW, and will begin a graduate program for a Master of Law in the fall of 2017. I also spent six years in the Army. I have held various undergraduate legal internships, some of which have been in the Fort Wayne area. These include Malloy Law LLC and the Allen County Prosecutor’s Office. I have also held various research positions. Regionally, I have conducted research with the Center for Social Research at IPFW. Nationally, I was recognized as a research assistant for The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies. At The Federalist Society, my work included the National Lawyers 2016 CLE, extensive research into public discourse and cognitive scientist George Lakoff for grant proposals, critique of Akhil Amar’s The Constitution Today, and inter alia content edit of the newly released book, DC Confidential: Inside the Five Tricks of Washington. While in DC this past summer, I was also awarded a fellowship with the Fund of American Studies. I attended various lectures from bi-partisan and partisan think tanks, the South African embassy, the State Department, and a multitude of high-level executives and government officials. Additionally, I completed a course through The Fund of American Studies and the Reagan Foundation on Leadership and the American Presidency, which resulted in academic excellence and deeper appreciation for the uncertainties that face a presidency. Today, I am here to open all to a new world and deeper understanding of judicial review.