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  • Leland Ware, Louis L. Redding Chair

    Louis L. Redding Chair
    Professor of Law & Public Policy
    University of Delaware
    180 Graham Hall
    Newark, DE 19716
    302-831-3930
    Fax: 302-831-3488
    http://lelandware.com/

    Biography

    Professor Leland Ware has been the Louis L. Redding Chair for the Study of Law and Public Policy at the University of Delaware since 2000. Before his present appointment, he was a professor at St. Louis University School of Law from 1987 to 2000. He was a visiting professor at Boston College Law School in 1992 and at the Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany, in 1997. Professor Ware was University Counsel at Howard University from 1984 to 1987. For the five years prior to his position at Howard, he was a Trial Attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division, in Washington, D.C.  He had previously practiced with a private firm in Atlanta, Georgia, and with the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Professor Ware’s research focuses on various aspects of Civil Rights law. He has authored more than 100 publications consisting of academic journal articles, book chapters, essays, book reviews, editorials and other publications in academic journals and other publications. Professor Ware has organized a number of academic symposia, professional programs and hosted many distinguished lectures. Professor Ware is a co-author, with Robert Cottrol and Raymond Diamond, of Brown v. Board of Education: Caste, Culture and the Constitution (2003). He is the editor of Choosing Equality: Essays and Narratives on the Desegregation Experience (co-edited with Robert L. Hayman with a Foreword by Vice President Joe Biden) Penn State Press (2009). He has lectured and made other presentations to numerous audiences in the United States, Europe and Africa. Professor Ware is a graduate of Fisk University and Boston College Law School.

    Selected Recent Publications

    March 19 2016, Presentation to ASPA Conference Seattle Washington, Racial Disparities in School discipline

    October 5, 2016 Presentation: Racial Disparities in School discipline, Black Males in Higher Education Symposium, Southampton, Bermuda

    September 8, 2015, organized and participated in a hearing convened by Delaware State Advisory Committee of the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights examining Racial Disparities in Student Discipline in the Christina School District

    October 22, 2015 presentation at Access to Justice Public Hearings, Doubletree Hotel Wilmington, DE, “Implicit bias and the criminal justice system.” Lead by Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice, Leo Strine. The Access to Justice Commission is charged with developing a coordinated approach to investigating and addressing gaps and critical needs related to access to justice in Delaware.

    Selected Publications

    Commentary: Race: Unconscious bias hurts minority students, News Journal, March 7, 2015

    Academic Journal Articles

    "Ricci v. DeStefano: Smoke, Fire and Racial Resentment", 8 Rutgers J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 1 (2010) (Lead article; invited by the Journal's editors).

    “A Comparative Analysis of Unconscious and Institutional Discrimination in the United States and Britain,” 36 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 89 (2007).

    Selected Publications

    Book: Choosing Equality: Essays and Narratives on the Desegregation Experience (co edited with Robert L. Hayman with a Foreword by Vice President Joe Biden) Penn State Press (2009).

    Book Chapter: The Story of Brown v. Board of Education: The Long Road Racial Equality in Education Law Stories: Law and Society in the Classroom, Michael A. Olivas and Ronna Greff Schneider, Editors (2007).

    Book: Brown v. Board of Education: Caste, Culture, and the Constitution (co-authored with Raymond Diamond and Robert Cottrol) University of Kansas Press (2003) (Awarded Langum Prize for Legal History 2004).

    Book:  Thurgood Marshall:  Freedom’s Defender (for young readers), Time-Life Books (1999).

    Book Chapter: The Geography of Discrimination: Hypersegregation, Isolation and Fragmentation within the Black Community (Lead author, with Tony Allen, co-author) in The State of Black America, 2002, (Lee Daniels ed. 2002).

    Book Chapter:  Developments in Affirmative Action:  Are Hopwood and Adarand The Beginning of the End? in, Legal Education in the 21st Century (Don King, ed.1999).

    Academic Journal Publications

    Article: "Ordinary People in an Extraordinary Time: The Black Middle-Class in the Age of Obama", 55 How. L.J. 533 (2012) (Co-authored with Prof. Theodore Davis)

    Article: "Ricci v. DeStefano: Smoke, Fire and Racial Resentment", 8 Rutgers J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 1 (2010) (Lead article; invited by the Journal's editors).

    Article: “Charters, Choice and Resegregation” (co-authored with Cara Robinson), 11 Delaware Law Review 1 (2009) (Invited by Law Review editors; published as the lead article).

    Article: “Jim Crow on the ‘Down Low,’ Subtle Racial Appeals in Presidential Campaign,” (co-authored with Professor David Wilson), 24 St. John's Journal of Legal Commentary 299 (2009).

    Article: “A Comparative Analysis of Unconscious and Institutional Discrimination in the United States and Britain,” 36 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 89 (2007).

    Article: “Brown v. Board of Education, Black Culture and the American Identity” (co-authored with Melva Ware), 2 Forum on Public Policy, 341 (2006).

    Article: “The Demographics of Desegregation: Residential Segregation Remains High 40 after the Civil rights Act of 1964,” 49 St. Louis L. J. 1155 (2005).

    Article: “Brown at 50: School Desegregation from Reconstruction to Resegregation,” 16 U. Fla. J. of Law and Pub. Policy 267 (2005).

    Article: “Strict Scrutiny, Affirmative Action, and Academic Freedom: The University Michigan Cases,” 78 Tul. L. Rev. 2097 (2004).

    Article: “The Admissibility of Matched Pair Testing Evidence in Fair Housing Cases Under Daubert” (co-authored with Steve Peuquet), 14 Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law, 23 (2004).

    Article: “Brown’s Uncertain Legacy: High Stakes Testing and the Achievement Gap” (co-authored with David Rudder), 35 U. Tol. L. Rev. (2004) .

    Article: “Educational Equity and Brown: Fifty Years of School Desegregation in Delaware,” 47 Howard L.J. 299 (2004).

    Article: “Prohibiting Racial Profiling: The ACLU’s Orchestration of the Missouri Legislation,” 22 St. Louis Univ. Pub. L. Rev. 59 (2003).

    Article: “Foreword: The Louis L. Redding Civil Rights Symposium,” 8 Widener Symposium L. J., i (2002) .

    Article: “Race and Urban Space: Hypersegregation and the Failure of School Desegregation,” 8 Widener Symposium L. J., 55 (2002).

    Article: “Louis Redding’s Civil Rights Legacy,” 4 Delaware L. Rev. 137 (2001).

    Article: “Setting the Stage for Brown: The Development and Implementation of the NAACP's School Desegregation Campaign,” 1930-1950, 52 Mercer L. Rev. 631 (2001).

    Article: “Inferring Intent from Proof of Pretext: Resolving the Summary Judgment Confusion in Employment Discrimination Cases Alleging Disparate Treatment,” 4 Empl. Rts. & Employ. Pol’y J. 37 (2000).

    Presentations

    April 20, 2013, Presentation at the Midwestern Scholars Legal Scholarship Conference at Loyola Law School (Chicago) on Supreme Court Civil Rights cases including Fisher v. University of Texas (affirmative action) and Shelby County v. Holder (Constitutional challenge to the Voting Rights Act).

    April 2, 2012, Invited presentation at Yale University to Professor Elijah Anderson's Sociology Class. Topic: Deviance and Urban Outcasts: Are many inner city residents “deviant” or, does their detrimental environment deviate from mainstream society?

    March 22, 2012, Presentation at Symposium convened at Washington University, St. Louis, School of Law. "Liddell is 40: Commemorating the Desegregation Movement in St. Louis and a Look at the Future of Urban Education." Topic: The Failure of Federal Education Initiatives: From No Child Left Behind to Race to the Top.

    June 7, 2012, Participated in a panel presentation at the International Law & Society Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii. Topic: "Color Struck: Cross-Racial and Intra-group Color Discrimination."

    October 26, 2012, Presentation at Northeast Legal Scholars Annual Conference, Suffolk Law School. Topic: Fisher v. University of Texas: Affirmative Action and Racial Resentment (Commenting on University of Texas Affirmative Action case)

    March 26, 2010, Presentation Southeast Legal Scholars Conference, University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia, South Carolina on the Ricci v. DeStefano Supreme Court decision.

    July 13, 2009, presented at the NAACP’s 100th Anniversary convention in New York City. The presentation discussed the history of the NAACP’s legal strategy to challenge racial segregation in the courts. The panelists included former General Counsels of the NAACP, Professor Jose Anderson and Charles Houston’s son, Charles Houston Jr.

    April 14, 2008, presentation at Symposium at the University of Cincinnati on Brown v. Board of Education. This event was developed as a companion to the recently published Education Law Stories, edited by Law Professors Michael Olivas, and Ronna Schneider. The presenters contributed chapters to Education Law Stories.

    September 25, 2008, presentation, “Subtle Racial Appeals in Presidential Campaigns” at a two-day symposium, “Making History: Race, Gender and The Media In the 2008 Elections.” Scholars, practitioners, government officials and political commentators gathered for a two-day symposium at St. John’s University School of Law in New York to discuss several key issues that affected the 2008 Presidential election.

    January 24, 2008, presentation to the Annual Mid-Atlantic People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, University of Maryland School of Law, “Jim Crow on the “Down Low”: Implicit Racial Appeals in Presidential Campaigns”

    March 2-3, 2007, Presenter: Symposium, “The Dred Scott Case and Its Legacy: Race, Law, and the Struggle for Equality” Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, Mo.

    April 13, 2007, Keynote Speaker, 17th Annual Midwestern People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, St. Louis University School of Law. Topic: “Unconscious and Institutional Discrimination.” 

    May 31–June 2, 2007, Participant and presenter, The Third Transatlantic Dialogue, “Leading the Future of the Public Sector,” University of Delaware. Presentation,” A Comparative Analysis of Unconscious and Institutional Discrimination in the United States and Britain.” Sponsored by University of Delaware’s School of Urban Affairs & Public Policy and Institute for Public Administration and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven’s Instituut voor de Overheid (Public Management Institute).

    September 9, 2006, Presentation to Society of American Law Teachers Conference, Boston MA, on pending Supreme Court school desegregation/affirmative action cases from Louisville and Seattle.

    Participated in Oxford Roundtable, University of Oxford, England, Presentation: Brown v. Board of Education: Black Culture and the American Identity.

    June 2004, Presentation, National Fair Housing Alliance, New Orleans, La., “Matched Pair Testing and Daubert.”

    April 2004, Presentation, Southern Regional Council, Atlanta, Ga., “Brown v. Board of Education”

 

 

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He has authored more than 100 publications consisting of academic journal articles, book chapters, essays, book reviews, editorials and other publications in academic journals and other publications. Professor Ware has organized a number of academic symposia, professional programs and hosted many distinguished lectures. Professor Ware is a co-author, with Robert Cottrol and Raymond Diamond, of <em>Brown v. Board of Education: Caste, Culture and the Constitution (</em>2003). He is the editor of <em>Choosing Equality: Essays and Narratives on the Desegregation Experience</em> (co-edited with Robert L. Hayman with a Foreword by Vice President Joe Biden) Penn State Press (2009). He has lectured and made other presentations to numerous audiences in the United States, Europe and Africa. 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L. 89 (2007).</p></div><div class="ExternalClassC8AE65AFF3BD44EE919388E107B1CB56"><p>Book: Choosing Equality: Essays and Narratives on the Desegregation Experience (co edited with Robert L. Hayman with a Foreword by Vice President Joe Biden) Penn State Press (2009).</p><p>Book Chapter: The Story of Brown v. Board of Education: The Long Road Racial Equality in Education Law Stories: Law and Society in the Classroom, Michael A. Olivas and Ronna Greff Schneider, Editors (2007).</p><p>Book: Brown v. Board of Education: Caste, Culture, and the Constitution (co-authored with Raymond Diamond and Robert Cottrol) University of Kansas Press (2003) (Awarded Langum Prize for Legal History 2004).</p><p>Book:  Thurgood Marshall:  Freedom’s Defender (for young readers), Time-Life Books (1999).</p><p>Book Chapter: The Geography of Discrimination: Hypersegregation, Isolation and Fragmentation within the Black Community (Lead author, with Tony Allen, co-author) in The State of Black America, 2002, (Lee Daniels ed. 2002).</p><p>Book Chapter:  Developments in Affirmative Action:  Are Hopwood and Adarand The Beginning of the End? in, Legal Education in the 21st Century (Don King, ed.1999).</p><h4>Academic Journal Publications</h4><p>Article: "Ordinary People in an Extraordinary Time: The Black Middle-Class in the Age of Obama", 55 How. L.J. 533 (2012) (Co-authored with Prof. Theodore Davis)</p><p>Article: "Ricci v. DeStefano: Smoke, Fire and Racial Resentment", 8 Rutgers J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 1 (2010) (Lead article; invited by the Journal's editors).</p><p>Article: “Charters, Choice and Resegregation” (co-authored with Cara Robinson), 11 Delaware Law Review 1 (2009) (Invited by Law Review editors; published as the lead article).</p><p>Article: “Jim Crow on the ‘Down Low,’ Subtle Racial Appeals in Presidential Campaign,” (co-authored with Professor David Wilson), 24 St. John's Journal of Legal Commentary 299 (2009).</p><p>Article: “A Comparative Analysis of Unconscious and Institutional Discrimination in the United States and Britain,” 36 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 89 (2007).</p><p>Article: “Brown v. Board of Education, Black Culture and the American Identity” (co-authored with Melva Ware), 2 Forum on Public Policy, 341 (2006).</p><p>Article: “The Demographics of Desegregation: Residential Segregation Remains High 40 after the Civil rights Act of 1964,” 49 St. Louis L. J. 1155 (2005).</p><p>Article: “Brown at 50: School Desegregation from Reconstruction to Resegregation,” 16 U. Fla. J. of Law and Pub. Policy 267 (2005).</p><p>Article: “Strict Scrutiny, Affirmative Action, and Academic Freedom: The University Michigan Cases,” 78 Tul. L. Rev. 2097 (2004).</p><p>Article: “The Admissibility of Matched Pair Testing Evidence in Fair Housing Cases Under Daubert” (co-authored with Steve Peuquet), 14 Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law, 23 (2004).</p><p>Article: “Brown’s Uncertain Legacy: High Stakes Testing and the Achievement Gap” (co-authored with David Rudder), 35 U. Tol. L. Rev. (2004) .</p><p>Article: “Educational Equity and Brown: Fifty Years of School Desegregation in Delaware,” 47 Howard L.J. 299 (2004).</p><p>Article: “Prohibiting Racial Profiling: The ACLU’s Orchestration of the Missouri Legislation,” 22 St. Louis Univ. Pub. L. Rev. 59 (2003).</p><p>Article: “Foreword: The Louis L. Redding Civil Rights Symposium,” 8 Widener Symposium L. J., i (2002) .</p><p>Article: “Race and Urban Space: Hypersegregation and the Failure of School Desegregation,” 8 Widener Symposium L. J., 55 (2002).</p><p>Article: “Louis Redding’s Civil Rights Legacy,” 4 Delaware L. Rev. 137 (2001).</p><p>Article: “Setting the Stage for Brown: The Development and Implementation of the NAACP's School Desegregation Campaign,” 1930-1950, 52 Mercer L. Rev. 631 (2001).</p><p>Article: “Inferring Intent from Proof of Pretext: Resolving the Summary Judgment Confusion in Employment Discrimination Cases Alleging Disparate Treatment,” 4 Empl. Rts. & Employ. Pol’y J. 37 (2000).</p></div><div class="ExternalClass8177285F2A1E4D04BA5110FE5EC46FAD"><p>April 20, 2013, Presentation at the Midwestern Scholars Legal Scholarship Conference at Loyola Law School (Chicago) on Supreme Court Civil Rights cases including Fisher v. University of Texas (affirmative action) and Shelby County v. Holder (Constitutional challenge to the Voting Rights Act).</p><p>April 2, 2012, Invited presentation at Yale University to Professor Elijah Anderson's Sociology Class. Topic: Deviance and Urban Outcasts: Are many inner city residents “deviant” or, does their detrimental environment deviate from mainstream society?</p><p>March 22, 2012, Presentation at Symposium convened at Washington University, St. Louis, School of Law. "Liddell is 40: Commemorating the Desegregation Movement in St. Louis and a Look at the Future of Urban Education." Topic: The Failure of Federal Education Initiatives: From No Child Left Behind to Race to the Top.</p><p>June 7, 2012, Participated in a panel presentation at the International Law & Society Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii. Topic: "Color Struck: Cross-Racial and Intra-group Color Discrimination."</p><p>October 26, 2012, Presentation at Northeast Legal Scholars Annual Conference, Suffolk Law School. Topic: Fisher v. University of Texas: Affirmative Action and Racial Resentment (Commenting on University of Texas Affirmative Action case)</p><p>March 26, 2010, Presentation Southeast Legal Scholars Conference, University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia, South Carolina on the Ricci v. DeStefano Supreme Court decision.</p><p>July 13, 2009, presented at the NAACP’s 100th Anniversary convention in New York City. The presentation discussed the history of the NAACP’s legal strategy to challenge racial segregation in the courts. The panelists included former General Counsels of the NAACP, Professor Jose Anderson and Charles Houston’s son, Charles Houston Jr.</p><p>April 14, 2008, presentation at Symposium at the University of Cincinnati on Brown v. Board of Education. This event was developed as a companion to the recently published Education Law Stories, edited by Law Professors Michael Olivas, and Ronna Schneider. The presenters contributed chapters to Education Law Stories.</p><p>September 25, 2008, presentation, “Subtle Racial Appeals in Presidential Campaigns” at a two-day symposium, “Making History: Race, Gender and The Media In the 2008 Elections.” Scholars, practitioners, government officials and political commentators gathered for a two-day symposium at St. John’s University School of Law in New York to discuss several key issues that affected the 2008 Presidential election.</p><p>January 24, 2008, presentation to the Annual Mid-Atlantic People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, University of Maryland School of Law, “Jim Crow on the “Down Low”: Implicit Racial Appeals in Presidential Campaigns”</p><p>March 2-3, 2007, Presenter: Symposium, “The Dred Scott Case and Its Legacy: Race, Law, and the Struggle for Equality” Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, Mo.</p><p>April 13, 2007, Keynote Speaker, 17th Annual Midwestern People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, St. Louis University School of Law. Topic: “Unconscious and Institutional Discrimination.” </p><p>May 31–June 2, 2007, Participant and presenter, The Third Transatlantic Dialogue, “Leading the Future of the Public Sector,” University of Delaware. Presentation,” A Comparative Analysis of Unconscious and Institutional Discrimination in the United States and Britain.” Sponsored by University of Delaware’s School of Urban Affairs & Public Policy and Institute for Public Administration and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven’s Instituut voor de Overheid (Public Management Institute).</p><p>September 9, 2006, Presentation to Society of American Law Teachers Conference, Boston MA, on pending Supreme Court school desegregation/affirmative action cases from Louisville and Seattle.</p><p>Participated in Oxford Roundtable, University of Oxford, England, Presentation: Brown v. Board of Education: Black Culture and the American Identity.</p><p>June 2004, Presentation, National Fair Housing Alliance, New Orleans, La., “Matched Pair Testing and Daubert.”</p><p>April 2004, Presentation, Southern Regional Council, Atlanta, Ga., “Brown v. Board of Education”</p></div>Selected Recent PublicationsSelected PublicationsAcademic Journal ArticlesSelected PublicationsPresentationslware@udel.eduWare, Leland Fax: 302-831-3488302-831-3930<img alt="" src="/Images%20Bios/Ware_Leland.jpeg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Louis L. Redding ChairProfessor of Law & Public Policyhttp://lelandware.com/

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