Fred’s Curriculum Vitae

FREDERICK M. LAWRENCE

Yale Law School

P.O. Box 208215

New Haven, CT 06520frederick.lawrence@yale.edu(203) 432-6413

415 South Street Waltham, MA 02453-2728lawrence@brandeis.edu

SCHOLARSHIP, TEACHING AND ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION

YALE LAW SCHOOL

2015-2016: Senior Research Scholar

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY

2011-2015: President

2011- : Professor of Politics

GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL2005-2010: Dean and Robert Kramer Research Professor of Law

BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

2001-05: Law Alumni Scholar

1994-2005: Professor of Law

1996-99: Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

1988-94 : Associate Professor of Law

Civil Rights Crimes, Civil Rights Enforcement, Civil Procedure, Criminal Law

Boston University Metcalf Award for Excellence in Teaching (1996)

WILLIAMS COLLEGE

2007-2010: Trustee

2005: Visiting Professor of Legal Studies

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON

2001: Honorary Senior Research Fellow

FORD FOUNDATION

1998-99: Recipient of grant to study Bias Crime law in United Kingdom

INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED LEGAL STUDIES, LONDON, U.K. Inns of Court Fellowship, summer 1996 and summer 1997

University of London and Lincoln’s Inn

to study Bias Crime law in the United Kingdom

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FORDHAM UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

1988: Adjunct Associate Professor of Law

Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

LEGAL PRACTICE

DWYER & COLLORA, LLP, Boston, MA

2002-05: Of Counsel

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW

YORK

1986-88: Chief, Civil Rights Unit

1983-88: Assistant United States Attorney

KRAMER, LEVIN, NESSEN, KAMIN & SOLL, New York, NY 1981-83: Associate

HON. AMALYA L. KEARSE, CIRCUIT JUDGE, UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT

1980-81: Judicial Clerk

EDUCATION

YALE LAW SCHOOL J.D. (June, 1980)

Yale Law Journal: Editor, 1979-80

Moot Court: Harlan Fiske Stone Prize Semi-Finalist

Teaching Assistant

WILLIAMS COLLEGE B.A. Magna Cum Laude (June, 1977) Major in Political Economy Phi Beta Kappa June 1976 Gargoyle (Williams College Honorary Society)

William Bradford Turner Citizenship Prize

BOOKS and BOOK CHAPTERS

Punishing Hate: Bias Crimes Under American Law, Harvard University Press (1999)

“Violence-Conducive Speech: Punishable Verbal Assault or Protected Political Speech?” in Freedom of Speech and Incitement Against Democracy, Kluwer Law International (2000)

“Racial Violence on a ‘Small Island’: Bias Crime in a Multi-Cultural Society, inThe Hate Debate: Should Hate Be Punished as a Crime?, IJPR, London (2002)

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“Memory, Hate, and the Criminalization of Bias-Motivated-Violence,” inBreak- ing the Cycles of Hatred, Princeton University Press (2002)

“The Protocols of the Elders of Zion: group defamation trials in civil courts and the ‘court’ of public opinion,” in From the Protocols of the Elders of Zion to the Holocaust Denial Trials: Challenging the Media, Law and the Academy, Valen- tine Mitchell Publishers (2007)

“The Hate Crime Project and its Limitations: Evaluating the Societal Gains and Risk in Bias Crime Enforcement,” in Social Consciousness in Legal Decision Making, Springer (2007)

Responding to Hate Crime (editor of Volume 5 of Hate Crime: Issues and Per- spectives) Praeger Press (2009)

SELECTED ARTICLES

“Brandeis and the Essence of Community,” 2 Brandeis University Law Journal 1 (2011)

“Declaring Innocence: Use of the Declaratory Judgment to Vindicate the Wrong- ly Convicted,” 18 Boston University Public Interest Law Journal 391 (2009)

“The Evolving Federal Role in Bias Crime Law Enforcement and the Hate Crime Prevention Act of 2007,” 19 Stanford Journal of Law & Policy 251 (2008)

“Agreeing to Agree: A Proponent and Opponent of Hate Crime Laws Reach for Agreement,” 41 Harvard Journal on Legislation 421 (2004) (with Susan Gellman)

“Enforcing Bias Crimes Laws Without Bias: Evaluating the Disproportionate En- forcement Critique,” 66 Journal of Law and Contemporary Problems 49 (Summer 2003)

“The Punishment of Hate: Toward a Normative Theory ofBias-Motivated Crimes,” 93 Michigan Law Review 320 (1994)

“Civil Rights and Criminal Wrongs: The Mens Rea of Federal Civil Rights Crimes,” 67 Tulane Law Review 2113 (1993).

“The Hate Crimes/Hate Speech Paradox: Punishing Bias Crimes and Protecting Racist Speech,” 68 Notre Dame Law Review 673 (1993).

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SELECTED RECENT PAPERS AND MAJOR LECTURES

University of Connecticut Law School, April 13, 2016 “Vigorous Civility: free expression and the university”

Louis Brandeis nomination Centennial Conference, March 31-April 1, 2016 “The enduring legacy of Brandeis’s Free Speech Jurisprudence”

Bernard Siegel Lecture, Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, NY, March 28, 2016 “Hate Speech and Free Speech”

Association of American Law Schools President’s Program, January 9, 2016 “Preparing Professionals: Higher Education’s Responses to the Demands of the Global Marketplace”

Seymour Propp Memorial Lecture, Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, New York, NY November 21, 2015

“Israel and the American College Campus: challenges and opportunities.”

Risk Assistance Network + Exchange (RANE), October 2, 2015 “Rethinking Risk Management for Colleges and Universities”

Supreme Court Review, National Constitution Center, July 8, 2015

Presenter at annual review of the Supreme Court term, sponsored by Anti- Defamation League, since 2001.

Israel Institute for Advance Studies, Hebrew University, June 14-16, 2015

“The Sources and Limits of the Interpreter’s Authority”, presented at conference session on: Interpretation as a Generator of Religious Law: A Comparative Per- spective.

CONGRESSIONAL TESTIMONY

U. S. House of Representatives, Committee on the Judiciary

testified on H.R. 1592, Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2007, April 17, 2007

U. S. House of Representatives, Government Reform Committee

testified on “Justice Department Misconduct in Boston: Are Legislative Solutions Required?”, February 27, 2002

U. S. House of Representatives, Committee on the Judiciary

testified on hate crimes, and Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 1999, August 4, 1999

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SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

BEYOND CONFLICT

Trustee, 2015 –

RANE (Risk Assistance Network + Exchange)

Advisor, 2015 –

Anti-Defamation League

National Commissioner, 2002 –

Chair, National Legal Affairs Committee, 2003 – 2006

Justus & Karin Rosenberg Foundation,

Member Academic Advisory Council, 2015 –

WGBH

Trustee, 2013 – 2015

Williams College

Trustee, 2007-2010

American Law Institute

Member since 1999

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT PRACTICE

Elonis v. United States, No. 13-983, 575 U.S. ___ (2015)

Definition of “true threat” consistent with the First Amendment under Federal statute proscribing “any threat to injury the person of another”

co-authored amicus curiae brief of Anti-Defamation League.

Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School District, 551 U.S. 701 (2007) (constitutionality of use of race as factor in assigning students to public schools)

co-authored amicus curiae brief of Anti-Defamation League.

Locke v. Davey, 540 U.S. 712 (2004)

(constitutionality of State “Blaine Amendments” prohibiting aid to religious institutions) co-authored amicus curiae brief of Anti-Defamation League and other organiza- tions.

Virginia v. Black, 538 U.S. 343 (2003) (constitutionality of Virginia cross-burning statute)

co-authored amicus curiae brief of Anti-Defamation League, People for the American Way Foundation, Human Rights Campaign, National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium, National Conference for Community and Justice,

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Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, American-Arab Anti-

Discrimination Committee, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law of The Boston Bar Association, and other organizations.

Zelman v. Simmons-Haris, 536 U. S. 639 (2002) (constitutionality of Ohio school voucher program)

co-authored amicus curiae brief Anti-Defamation League.

Wisconsin v. Mitchell, 508 U. S. 476 (1993)

(constitutionality of penalty enhancement provision of Wisconsin bias crime law) consultant to State of Wisconsin Department of Justice on preparation of written briefs and oral argument to the Supreme Court.

Hernandez v. New York, 500 U. S. 352 (1991)

(permissibility of peremptory challenge of bilingual Latino potential jurors due to ability to listen and follow interpreter)

consultant to Puerto Rican Legal Defense Fund on preparation of written briefs and oral argument to the Supreme Court.

Owens v. Okure, 488 U.S. 235 (1989)

(applicable statute of limitations in cases brought under 42 U.S.C. §1983, the primary federal statute for private enforcement of civil rights)

member of the moot court panel preparing counsel for respondent.

BAR ADMISSIONS

State of New York (1981)

United States District Court for the Southern District of New York United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

United States Supreme Court