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Joseph L. Daly

Emeritus Professor
Email: jdaly@hamline.edu
Phone: 651-523-2121

 

BA, University of Minnesota
JD, William Mitchell College of Law

 


Areas of legal expertise: Arbitration (national & international), insurance, labor, ethics, and criminal law.


View Professor Daly's research: SSRN Author Page -- Joseph Daly


Professor Joseph Daly was named emeritus professor in May 2013. He is active in public education about the law and regularly contributes articles to the ABA's Update on Law-Related Education. He has coauthored two books used in Minnesota high schools.


Daly is a labor arbitrator for the U.S. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, and the Minnesota Bureau of Mediation Services. He also arbitrates for a number of other states, including Hawaii, Wisconsin, and Michigan, and the City of Los Angeles, as well as the Virgin Islands. Daly is also an international arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association. He previews U.S. Supreme Court cases in school law for the ABA.


Daly was chosen by the International Bar Association (London) as "Lecturer to Developing Countries for 1991-92." He has lectured in the Philippines, Poland, Hungary, Albania, and Czechoslovakia and was invited by the Vietnamese government to help ready them for a market society. His topic, "Legal Structures for a Market System," is especially valued in developing countries. In 1996 and in 1999, he taught in Shenzhen, China, Hong Kong, and Vietnam. He also was an ADR Fulbright Scholar at the University of Montevideo, Uruguay, in 2004-06. Daly joined Hamline's faculty after five years as a partner in the Minneapolis law firm of Franke and Daly.

Publications


"Gray Touch": Professional Issues In The Uncertain Zone Between "Good Touch" and "Bad Touch", 11 MARQ. ELDER'S ADVISOR 223 (2010). (with Michael S. Maza and Colleen M. Daly).
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Arbitration: The Basics, 5 J. AM. ARB. 1 (2006).
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State v. Colosimo: Minnesota Anglers’ Freedom from Unreasonable Searches and Seizures Becomes “The One That Got Away”31 WM. MITCHELL L. REV. 527 (2004). (with Edwin J. Butterfoss).
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International Commercial Negotiation and Arbitration, 22 HAMLINE J. PUB. L. & POL’Y 217 (2001).
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Why I Am a Lawyer, 35 SAN DIEGO L. REV. 1111 (1998).
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Conflict Resolution and NAFTA, 18 HAMLINE L. REV. 337 (1995).
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An Open Letter on the American Bar Association's Policy on Foreign Studies: A Barrier to the Development of Legal Education, 18 HAMLINE L. REV. 1 (1994).
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What Can the Defense Attorney Say at a “Pre-Formal Charge” Press Conference?: Gentile v. State Bar of Nevada Puts a Porous Gag, 15 AM. J. TRIAL ADVOC. 269 (1991-1992).
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Justice and Judges, 1988 BYU L. REV. 363 (1988).
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Is the International Court of Justice Worth the Effort, 20 AKRON L. REV. 391 (1987).
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The Diverse Goals Involved in Treatment of the Mentally Ill, 8 J. LEGAL MED. 49 (1987).
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Interpreting the Constitution: Stability v. Needs, 16 CAP. U. L. REV. 203 (1986).
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