Meet the Faculty
James M. McGoldrick Jr., J.D.
Director of International Programs and Professor of Law
Office: School of Law (SOL)
- J.D., University of Chicago, 1969
- B.A., Pepperdine University, 1966
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Prior to beginning his career as a law professor, Professor McGoldrick worked for the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and as a trial attorney for the Tulare County Legal Services. During his over forty-year career at Pepperdine School of Law, he served eight years as associate dean for academics. As associate dean, he began the law school's popular London program, created the short summer session that brought in distinguished visitors such as Justices Rehnquist and Scalia and the then Solicitor General Kenneth Starr, and instituted Spring Break at the law school for which students stand eternally grateful. (Contrary to popular rumor, he did not invent pie.)
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BooksJames M. McGoldrick, Jr., LIMITS ON STATES: A REFERENCE GUIDE TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION (Praeger Publ. 2005). WorldCat
ArticlesJames M. McGoldrick, Jr., Symbolic Speech: A Message From Mind to Mind, 61 OKLA. L. REV. 1 (2008) HeinOnlineJames M. McGoldrick, Jr., Discretionary Points: A Grading Mystery, THE LAW TEACHER, Spring 2007, at 6 James M. McGoldrick, Jr., United States v. O'Brien Revisited: Of Burning Things, Waving Things, and G-Strings, 36 U. MEM. L. REV. 903 (2006) HeinOnlineJames M. McGoldrick, Jr., Katzenbach v. McClung: The Abandonment of Federalism in the Name of Rational Basis, 14 BYU J. PUB. L. 1 (1999) HeinOnline
Book ReviewsJames M. McGoldrick, Jr., The Death Penalty on Trial, TRIAL, Jul. 2005, at 84 (book review). James M. McGoldrick, Jr., Justice Denied: Clemency Appeals in Death Penalty Cases, TRIAL, May 2003, at 76 (book review). James M. McGoldrick, Jr., U.S. Federal Legal Responses to Terrorism, CRIM. DEF. WKLY, Sept. 2002 (book review). James M. McGoldrick, Jr., Successive Criminal Prosecutions: The Dual Sovereignty Exception to Double Jeopardy in State and Federal Courts, CRIM. DEF. WKLY., Jul. 2002 (book review).