Gregory R. Bordelon, JD

Lecturer

JD, Louisiana State University

Office: Bey Hall, Room 244

Phone: (732) 571-4471

Email: bordelon@monmouth.edu

Fall 2014 Office Hours:

Regular Office Hours:

Mondays 11:30AM - 12:30 PM
Thursdays 11:30AM - 12:30 PM
Fridays 10:30AM - 12:30 PM

First Year Advising Hours (Lower Level Student Center):
Wednesdays, 10:00AM  - 1:00 PM

Law School Advising
Mondays, 4:30 PM - 6:30PM

Fall 2014 Courses:

PS 103 American National Government

PS 398 Legal Research Writing and Advocacy

PS 431 Public International Law

FY 101 - First Year Seminar

Regularly Taught Courses:

FY: First Year Seminar-Debating Legal Rights in the 21st Century

About:

Professor Bordelon previously worked for the Paris branch of a U.S. law firm. Before coming to Monmouth, he worked as an editor and lecturer for the BARBRI program under West Education Group. Professor Bordelon is a member of the Northeast Association of Pre-Law Advisors, the International Law Society and the American Political Science Association. He has published writings on the Napoleonic Code, constitutional dynamics of campaign finance and lobbying laws and materials for students preparing for the Louisiana and Georgia bar exams. Current projects include shifts in law school curricula and pre-law effects thereof and media influence on legal procedure.

Research Interests:

Public and constitutional law, judicial process, comparative legal systems, and federal relationships.

Selected Works:

Scholarly Articles:

The Future of Campaign Finance Regulation in a Post-Citizens United World in Dirty Deals?: An Encyclopedia of Political Influence and Corruption, ABC-CLIO, Handlin, Amy (ed.) (forthcoming, 2013).

Legal and Regulatory Environment of Lobbying in Dirty Deals?: An Encyclopedia of Political Influence and Corruption, ABC-CLIO, Handlin, Amy (ed.) (forthcoming, 2013).

Napoleanoic Code in Legal Systems of the World: A Political, Social, and Historical Encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO, Kritzer, Herbert M. (ed.), (July 2002) - Coauthored with Alain A. Levassuer.