In Memoriam: Professor John F. Carroll, IV

Dana D. McDaniel * On March 8, 2012, our colleague and friend, John Carroll, was taken from us suddenly at the untimely age of forty-four. John grew up in Richmond, Virginia, attending Midlothian High School. Following high school, John attended Virginia Tech from...

Tribute to Professor Carroll “John Was Third”

Jim Gibson * In any law school, there are those of us—most of us, really—who like to hear ourselves talk. We think that no conversation is complete until we have voiced our views. But then there are those rare few who do not feel that need, who instead have a talent...

Tribute to Professor Carroll: “He was so Kind and Generous”

Meredith J. Harbach * John had many gifts, and he shared them generously with his colleagues and students at the law school. As I have reflected on the gift of his life and the depth of our loss, many stories and conversations have come to mind. But none is more...

Tribute to Professor Carroll: “Without a Doubt”

Wade Berryhill * Without a doubt, one of my favorite and most memorable, in fact unforgettable, teaching moments involved John while he was a 1L in my property class. The landmark constitutional takings case of Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council had recently been...

Filling the Judicial Vacancies in a Presidential Election Year

Carl Tobias * In “Extraordinary Circumstances”: The Legacy of the Gang of 14 and a Proposal for Judicial Nominations Reform, Professors Michael Gerhardt and Richard Painter contribute substantially to the understanding of the federal judicial confirmation process. The...
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