Christopher J. TysonNewman Trowbridge Distinguished Associate Professor of Law
Law Review Articles
Christopher J. Tyson, Municipal Identity As Property, 118 Penn State Law Review 647 (2014).
Christopher J. Tyson, Localism and Involuntary Annexation: Reconsidering Approaches to New Regionalism, 87 Tulane Law Review 297 (2012).
Christopher J. Tyson, Annexation and the Mid-Size Metropolis: New Insights in the Age of Mobile Capital, 73 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 505 (2012).
Christopher J. Tyson, At the Intersection of Race and History: The Unique Relationship Between the Davis Intent Requirement and the Crack Laws, 50 Howard Law Journal 345 (2007).
Dede Koffie-Lart, Christopher J. Tyson, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 6 Georgetown Journal of Gender & the Law 615, (2005).
Chapters in Books
Todd L. Pittinsky, Christopher J. Tyson, Leader Authenticity Markers: Findings from a Study of African-American Political Leaders, in Authentic Leadership Theory and Practice: Origins, Effects, and Development (2005).