Daniel Ray

Daniel Ray

Professor

BBA, Finance, Texas Christian University, 1982
J.D., University of Missouri-Kansas City Law School, with distinction, 1987

rayd@cooley.edu

Professor Ray joined the full-time faculty at Cooley in May 2006, having previously served the law school as a Visiting Professor.

Before coming to Cooley, he was an Associate Professor and Program Coordinator for the Legal Assistant Studies Program at Eastern Michigan University.

Before joining academia, Professor Ray was an attorney with firms in Missouri and Kansas. While in private practice, Professor Ray taught as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Law School.

At Cooley, Professor Ray teaches Constitutional Law.

Bibliography

Articles

Daniel R. Ray, Cash, Trash, and Tradition: A New Dormant Commerce Clause Exception Emerges from United Haulers and Davis, 61 Tax Law. St. & Loc. Tax Ed. 1021 (Summer 2008).

Daniel R. Ray, Extending United Haulers to Fit Davis: Tax Exemptions as a Downstream ‘Flow Control’ Device (unpublished ms., Aug. 8, 2007) (available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1005762).

Daniel R. Ray, Regulating Legal Assistant Practice: A Proposal With Something for Everyone, 11 Wash. U. J.L. & Policy 249 (2003).

Daniel R. Ray, No Copyright Privilege for Publisher  Licensing Freelance Articles to Electronic Database,  2Commerce L.J. 4 (Mar. 2002).

Daniel R. Ray, Personal Jurisdiction & the Internet Part Deux: The Circuits Step on the Scale and Wade Into the Stream (pt. 2), 1 E-Commerce L.J. 1 (May 2001).

Daniel R. Ray, Personal Jurisdiction & the Internet Part Deux: The Circuits Step on the Scale and Wade Into the Stream (pt. 1), 1 E-Commerce L.J. 10 (Apr. 2001).

Daniel R. Ray, Personal Jurisdiction & the Internet: Why Surfing the Minimum Contacts Wave Can Be a Real Bummer (pt. 2), 1 E-Commerce L.J. 11 (Mar. 2001).

Daniel R. Ray, Personal Jurisdiction & the Internet: Why Surfing the Minimum Contacts Wave Can Be a Real Bummer (pt. 1), 1 E-Commerce L.J. 1 (Feb. 2001).

Daniel R. Ray, Student Author, Garcia v. San Antonio Metropolitan Transit Authority: State Sovereignty Meets the National Political Process, 54 UMKC L. Rev. 369 (1986).

Books Reviews and Other Short Works

Daniel R. Ray,  Brief of  Michigan Law Professors as Amici Curiae in Support of Plaintiffs, et al, Deboer v. Synder, (No. 12- cv-10285.), 2013 WL 3466719

Daniel R. Ray, Constitutional Law Theory and Practice: Fundamental Rights, 517 Laches (publication of the Oakland County Bar Association) 11 (February 2009).

Daniel R. Ray, Voyeur Dorm, L.C. v. City of Tampa: Zoning Regulation Does Not Apply to Locus of Adult Entertainment Site, 2 E-Commerce L.J. 32 (June 2002).

Daniel R. Ray, No Copyright Privilege for Publisher Licensing Freelance Articles to Electronic Database, 2 E-Commerce L.J. 30 (March 2002).

Daniel R. Ray, Notice of Infringement under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act: When is Substantial Notice Substantially Enough? 1 E-Commerce L.J. 27 (August 2001)

Daniel R. Ray, Commerce Clause Challenges to Laws Regulating Internet Retailing, 1 E-Commerce L.J. 10 (June 2001).

Daniel R. Ray, Contracts by Mouseclick: Are Clickwrap Agreements Enforceable? 1 E-Commerce L.J. 5 (Mar. 2001).

Daniel R. Ray, If at First You Don’t Succeed: Congress and Pornography on the Internet, 1 E-Commerce L.J. 35 (Dec. 2000).

 

Real-World Experience

Course: Constitutional Law


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