Robert G. Lawson Associate Professor of Law
Civil Procedure, State Constitutional Law, Education Law and Employment Law
College of Law Building, Room 231
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Professor Scott R. Bauries joined the UK Law faculty after working as an associate with McGuireWoods, LLP, where he practiced Labor & Employment Law, Higher Education Law, and Commercial Litigation.
Prof. Bauries graduated first in his law school class at the University of Florida, where he was the Senior Galleys Editor of the Florida Law Review. Immediately after law school, Prof. Bauries clerked for the Honorable Emmett Ripley Cox of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. While attending law school, Prof. Bauries pursued a Ph.D. in Educational Administration and Policy and taught undergraduates in the University of Florida College of Education.
In 2009, Prof. Bauries successfully defended his doctoral dissertation, Judicial Review and the Separation of Powers in State Constitutional Litigation Challenging the Adequacy of Education Spending: Complementary Analyses and a Proposed Adjudicatory Model. Based on this work, the Education Law Association selected Prof. Bauries as the recipient of the Joseph C. Beckham Dissertation of the Year Award for 2009.
Prior to entering legal studies, Prof. Bauries taught English for several years at the secondary school level in both public and private schools in central Florida. He also served as a school district grant funds administrator and staff developer, designing and providing training to in-service teachers and principals in curriculum, assessment techniques, and leadership.
Prof. Bauries teaches Civil Procedure, Employment Law, Education Law, and State Constitutional Law. His professional and academic interests include civil procedure, federal and state constitutional law, employment law, and education law.
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Download Professor Bauries' Papers
A Common Law Constitutionalism for the Right to Education, 48 Georgia Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2014).
The Education Duty, 47 Wake Forest Law Review 705 (2012).
State Constitutions and Individual Rights: Conceptual Convergence in School Finance Litigation, 18 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 301 (2011).
Coloring Outside the Lines: Garcetti v. Ceballos in the Federal Appellate Courts, 262 Educ. L. R. 357 (2011) (with Patrick Schach) (peer-reviewed).
State Constitutional Design and Education Reform: Process Specification in Louisiana, 40 J. L. & Educ. 1 (2011) (peer-reviewed).
Is There an Elephant in the Room?: Judicial Review of Educational Adequacy and the Separation of Powers in State Constitutions, 61 Ala. L. Rev. 701 (2010).
Foreword: Rights, Remedies, and Rose, 98 KY. L.J. 703 (2010).
Florida’s Past and Future Roles in Education Finance Reform Litigation, 32 J. Educ. Fin. 89 (2006) (peer-reviewed).
Rights Without Remedies: The Consequences of Tennessee v. Lane for Disabled State University Students, 195 Ed. L. Rep 697 (2005) (with R. Craig Wood) (peer-reviewed).
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