Articles by Patrick Garry

Prof. Patrick Garry

Prof. Patrick Garry

Patrick Garry is a professor of law at The University of South Dakota and the Director of the Hagemann Center for Legal & Public Policy Research.

Professor Garry has published more than forty scholarly articles and authored ten books, many of which have been the subject of numerous conferences and symposia. Professor Garry has been invited on several occasions to testify before Congress on legal and constitutional matters, and he is a frequent speaker at Federalist Society sponsored events.  Aside from his public speaking appearances, Professor Garry often writes for popular audience websites, magazines, and newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune and Washington Times. These writings offer commentary and analysis of current political and legal issues.

Professor Garry received his Ph.D. and J.D. from the University of Minnesota. And he has been invited to teach as a visiting professor at the George Washington University Law School, the University of Utah School of Law, the University of Missouri School of Law, and the University of St. Thomas School of Law.


Articles Written:

The Right Deal: The Conservative Anti-Poverty Approach –

Only Conservatism Can Defend the Middle-Class –

A Conservative Response to Income Inequality –

The Conservative Economic Message –

A Proactive, Positive Conservatism –

Politics Versus Religion: The Distinction Grows, as Does the Need to Respond –

Conservatism’s Moment of Transformation –

The ObamaCare Opportunity For Conservatism to Champion the Poor and Working Americans –

The Danger the Obama Scandals Pose to Conservatives –

Social Conservatism and Limited Government:

The Path to a Conservative Future –

The Argument Conservatives Must Learn to Make –

Contradictory Positions on First Amendment Freedoms –

Constitutionalism –