Materials for 2018 Full Professor Review
The standards for promotion to Professor require the following:
Excellence in teaching. The faculty will review student evaluations and will also visit classes.
Scholarship: Scholarship will be evaluated by Lewis & Clark colleagues. The expectation is that at least one article will have been published or accepted for publication in an established law journal since receiving tenure.
Service: Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to service to the Law School, the community at large, and the profession.
PUBLICATIONS SINCE TENURE REVIEW:
Alien Citizens: Kurds and Citizenship in the Turkish Constitution, 57 VA J. Int’l L. (forthcoming) Note: this version contains Ozan’s editing notes.
Military Involvement in the Shaping of the Constitutional Order: Turkey in CONSTITUTIONALISM IN CONTEXT, Cambridge University Press (David Law & Wen-Chen Chang, eds.) (forthcoming)
THE DEMOCRATIC COUP d’ ETAT, Oxford University Press (November 2017)
Structural Rights, 105 Geo. L. J. 1001 (2017)
An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Transformation in Turkey, 65 Am. J. Comp.L. 187 (co-authored with Nuno Garoupa & Lucia Dalla Pellegrina) (2017) Note: A draft version of this article was considered during tenure review.
PUBLICATIONS PREVIOUSLY CONSIDERED DURING PROMOTIONAL AND TENURE REVIEWS:
THE DEMOCRATIC COUP d’ ETAT, Oxford University Press (monograph, forthcoming)
COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: A GLOBAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH, Oxford University Press (co-authored case book) (forthcoming)
An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Transformation in Turkey (co-authored with Nuno Garoupa & Lucia Dalla Pellegrina) (forthcoming)
Constitutional Performance in Transitions from Military Rule in ASSESSING CONSTITUTIONAL PERFORMANCE (Tom Ginsburg & Aziz Huq, eds.), Cambridge University Press (forthcoming)
Remedying Constitutional Stickiness, Nat’l J. Const. L. (forthcoming)
Revolutionary Humor, 23 S. Cal Interdisc. L. J. 555 (2014)
Temporary Constitutions, 102 Cal. L. Rev. 409 (2014)
Egypt’s Non-Democratic Coup d’Etat, Geo. J. Int’l Aff. Online (2013) http://journal.georgetown.edu/egypts-non-democratic-coup-detat-and-turkeys-response-by-ozan-varol/
The Turkish “Model” of Civil-Military Relations, 11 International Journal of Constitutional Law 727 (2013)
The Military as Guardian of Constitutional Democracy, 51 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 547 (2013)
The Democratic Coup d’Etat, 53 Harvard International Law Journal 292 (2012)
PUBLICATIONS WRITTEN BEFORE JOINING THE LAW SCHOOL
The Origins and Limits of Originalism: A Comparative Study, 44 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1239 (2011)