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Garrett Epps

Garrett Epps, is currently an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Oregon where he is a scholor on constitutional law and history, focusing on problems of race, violence and war. He received his law degree from Duke Law School in 1991. He clerked for Judge Butzner of the US Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit before joining the faculty at the University of Oregon Law School in the fall of 1992. Prior to that, Epps worked as a journalist and professional writer for fifteen years, including five years with the Washington Post. He has written articles for the New York Times Magazine, The New York Times Book Review, The New Republic, The Washington Monthly,and The Nation, among others. Epps is the author of two novels, The Shad Treatment (1977) and The Floating Island: A Tale of Washington (1985).


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