Dr. D. Scott Broyles

Associate Professor, Government and Political Philosophy & Associate Director St. Thomas More Scholarship Program


B.A., Wake Forest University
M.A., University of Dallas
J.D., Washington & Lee School of Law
Ph.D., University of Dallas
• American Constitution
• Moot Court

At other institutions
• Criminal Law
• Criminal Procedure
• Constitutional Law I & II
• Contracts I & II
• Remedies
• Philosophy of Law
• Legal Writing

Law Reviews & Journals
• “Doubting Thomas: Justice Clarence Thomas’ Effort to Resurrect the Privileges or Immunities Clause,” Indiana Law Review, Vol. 46 No. 2, 2013
• “Shakespeare’s Reflections on Love and Law in Romeo & Juliet,” Lead Article in The Journal Jurisprudence, Vol. 18, Trinity Session, July, 2013
• “Have Justices Stevens and Kennedy Forged a New Doctrine of Substantive Due Process?: An Examination of McDonald v. City of Chicago and           United States v. Windsor.” Texas A & M Law Review, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Fall 2013).

Contemporary Supreme Court Cases: Landmark Decisions since Roe v. Wade (Second Edition). ABC-CLIO, Pub. (2016) (co-author, Donald E.             Lively)

General Publications/Papers
• National Publication for Intercollegiate Studies Institute (on Cicero), 1979
• Papers delivered at American Political Science Association, (on Hamilton; Jane Austen; & ShakespeareR