Raymond T. DiamondJules F. and Frances L. Landry Distinguished Professor of Law and James Carville Alumni Professor of Law
Law Review Articles
Raymond T. Diamond, In the Civic Republic: Crime, the Inner City, and the Democracy of Arms - a Disquisition on the Revival of the Militia at Large (with Robert J. Cottrol),45 Connecticut Law Review 1605 (2013).
Raymond T. Diamond, Federalism in Practice - National and Local Perspectives(with Ingrid Eagly & Hiroko Kusuda),Symposium on Federalism at Work: State Criminal Law, Immigrants and Immigration Related Activity,12 Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law 375 (2011).
Raymond T. Diamond, Condemned by Substance and Process: A Comment on "Doubly Condemned”: Adjustments to the Crime and Punishment Regime in the Late Slavery Period in the British Caribbean Colonies’ and ‘Due Process for Louisiana Slaves,’ 18 Cardozo Law Review 753-765 (1997).
Raymond T. Diamond, “‘Never Intended to be Applied to the White Population:’ Firearms Regulation and Racial Disparity - The Redeemed South’s Legacy to a National Jurisprudence?" (with Robert J. Cottrol), 70 Chicago-Kent Law Review 1307-1335 (1995).
Raymond T. Diamond, The Second Amendment: Toward an Afro-Americanist Reconsideration, 80 Georgetown Law Journal 309-361 (1991).
Raymond Diamond, Brown v. Board of Education: Caste, Culture, and the Constitution (2003).
Chapters in Books
Raymond T. Diamond, Public Safety and the Right to Bear Arms, in The Bill of Rights in Modern America, 88-107 (2nd ed., 2008).
Raymond T. Diamond, The Fifth Auxiliary Right, in review of Keep and Bear Arms: Origins of an Anglo-American Right, 104 Yale Law Journal 995-1026 (1994).
Raymond T. Diamond, Purchase Treaty, The Louisiana Purchase, La Cession de la Louisiana: A History in Maps. Images, and Document on CD-ROM (2003).