CV for John K. Setear

 

 

John K. Setear

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Contact Information
Professional Experience
Education
Law School Courses Taught
Works in Progress
Publications
Professional Honors and Organizations

Contact Information

Web Site:
http://faculty.virginia.edu/setear

Street Address:
John K. Setear, Professor of Law
University of Virginia School of Law
580 Massie Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903-1789

E-mail:
jsetear@law.virginia.edu

Telephone:
Voice: (804) 924-4686
Fax: (804) 924-7536

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Professional Experience

Professor of Law and Cadell & Conwell Research Professor, University of Virginia School of Law (effective July 1999)

Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law (September 1998 - present)

Director, Program in International Law, University of Virginia School of Law (September 1998 - present)

Visiting Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law (August 1997 - August 1998)

Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law (July 1997 - August 1998)

Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Center, located in the Smithsonian Institution (January 1996 - August 1996)

Acting Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law (July 1991 - June 1997)

Olin Fellow, Yale Law School (February - July 1991)

Policy Analyst, Behavioral Sciences Department, RAND Corporation (1986 - 1991)

Visiting Adjunct Professor of Economics, Williams College (January 1989 and 1990)

Law Clerk to Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, US Supreme Court (1985 - 1986)

Law Clerk to Judge Carl McGowan, US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (1984 - 1985)

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Education

J.D., Yale Law School, 1984

B.A., magna cum laude, Economics, Williams College, 1981

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Law School Courses Taught

Lecture Courses

Contracts

International Environmental Law

International Law

Seminars

Environmental Drafting and Negotiation: Principles and Practice (with Jon Cannon)

Global Warming

How We Get Into Wars

International Law Before and After the Cold War

International Law and the Nobel Peace Prize (with David Martin)

War Crimes

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Works in Progress

"Whaling and Legalization"

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Publications

"Ozone, Iteration, and International Law," 40 Virginia Journal of International Law 193 (1999).

"Responses to Breach of a Treaty and Rationalist International Relations Theory: The Rules of Release and Remediation in the Law of Treaties and the Law of State Responsibility," 83 Virginia Law Review 1 (1997).

"Law in the Service of Politics: Moving Neo-Liberal Institutionalism from Metaphor to Theory by Using the International Treaty Process To Define 'Iteration'," 37 Virginia Journal of International Law 641 (1997).

"An Iterative Perspective on Treaties: A Synthesis of International Relations Theory and International Law," 37 Harvard International Law Journal 139 (1996).

"A Game of Urban Drug Policy," 1 Peace and Conflict 275 (1995) (co-author).

{The next series of publications are all RAND documents.  You may view a brief description of the different kinds of RAND Documents.}

Developing Games of Local Drug Policy (RAND Note) (1992) (co-author).  {Abstract.}

The Army in a Changing World: The Role of Organizational Vision (RAND Report) (1990) (co-author).  {Abstract.}

A Political-Military Game of Protracted Conventional War in Europe (RAND Note) (1990).  {Abstract.}

Arms Control Constraints for Conventional Forces in Europe (RAND Note) (1990) (co-author). {Abstract.}

Protracted Conflict in Central Europe: A Conceptual Analysis (RAND Note) (1989).   {Abstract.}

{The previous series of  publications were all RAND documents.  You may view a brief description of the different kinds of RAND Documents.}

"The Barrister and the Bomb: The Dynamics of Cooperation, Nuclear Deterrence, and Discovery Abuse," 69 Boston University Law Review 569 (1989).

"Judges’ Opinions on Procedural Issues," 69 Boston University Law Review 765 (1989).

"Constraints," in F. Stephen Larrabee and Robert Blackwill, eds., Conventional Arms Control and East-West Security, Duke University Press, Durham, N.C. (1989) (co-author).

"Quantitative Modeling and Non-Provocative Defense," in Wim Smit and Marlies ter Borg, eds., Non-Provocative Defense as a Principle of Arms Reduction, Free University Press, Amsterdam (1989).

"Simulating the Fog of War," Fire and Movement, No. 58, October/November 1988 (reprinted as RAND P-7511).

"Discovery Abuse Under the Federal Rules: Causes and Cures," 92 Yale Law Journal 352 (1982).

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Professional Organizations and Honors

American Society of International Law (2000 - present)

Council on Foreign Relations (Term Member) (1986 - 1992)

Editor-in-Chief, Yale Law Journal (1983 - 1984)

Recipient, Colby Townsend Prize for Best Written Work by a Second-Year Student (1983)

Recipient, Israel H. Peres Prize for Best Student Work in the Yale Law Journal, Volume 92 (1983)

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