As we remember David Currie this week, we've been thinking a lot about his scholarship and teaching. Among his projects in the past decade has been his involvement with the Green Bag 2d, an "entertaining journal of law" created by his students shortly after their graduation from the Law School. Professor Currie has served on the board of advisors of the Green Bag since its inception, and the Green Bag founders acknowledge him as their inspiration in creating it.
A lovely tribute to Professor Currie currently appears on the Green Bag's home page, along with links to two of his celebrated articles from that publications - "Green Bags" (with the inagural citation of 1 Green Bag 2d 1) and "Choosing the Pilot: Proposed Amendments to the Presidential Selection Process, 1809-29," an excerpt from The Jeffersonians volume of his much-lauded Constitution in Congress series. Both pieces are, needless to say, well worth your time.