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David Schultz, Ph.D., J.D, LLM

Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Hamline University; Professor of Law, University of Minnesota

Professor David Schultz is a national expert on election law, professional ethics, state constitutional law, and eminent domain and land use law. He teaches courses in Election Law, State Constitutional Law, Constitutional Law, and Professional Responsibility.

A professor in the political science department at Hamline University, Schultz teaches classes in American politics and public policy. From 1999 until 2013, he was Hamline University Professor in the School of Business where he taught doctoral and masters-level students in public administration, non-profit administration, and business administration.

Past editor-in-chief of the Journal of Public Affairs Education, Schultz is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Public Integrity, Election Law Journal, RUDN Journal of Public Administration (Moscow, Russia), Journal of Politics and Law, and Social Science Studies. He edits a series Election Law, Politics, and Theory for Ashgate Publishing and Studies in Law and Politics for Peter Lang Publishing and is the author/editor of more than 35 books, 12 legal treatises, and 150 articles on topics including civil service reform, election law, eminent domain, constitutional law, public policy, legal and political theory, and the media and politics.

State Expertise: Minn.
Speaks: English

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