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How the new European Union Constituion will allocate power between the EU and its member states -- a textual analysis
The new European Union Constitution, if ratified by the EU's Member States, will replace the existing EC Treaty and Treaty on European Union. The Author analyzes the text of the Constitution to determine how it balances ...
Worth doing well -- the improvable European Union Constitution
The European Union Constitution’ (Constitution) was born of a desire to reorganize and simplify the existing EU Treaties in anticipation of the European Union’s (EU or Union) addition of ten new Member States in 2004. Its ...
The Treaty of Lisbon and its impact on the European Union's democratic deficit
In volume 10 of the Columbia Journal of European Law, the editors published an extensive article by Professor Sieberson, entitled "The Proposed European Union Constitution-Will It Eliminate the EU's Democratic Deficit?" ...
Ethics beyond intuition: Obligations that may surprise you: Sorting out attorney-client relationship
(Omaha Bar Association, 2007)
Last ascent of Mt. St. Helens
Stephen Sieberson details his last climb of Mt. Saint Helens before it's eruption in 1980. His climbing party may have been the last climbers to stand on the summit before the eruption.
Cyber security for lawyers – What can we do?
(Omaha, NE, 2017)
Low mountains or high tea: Misadventures in Britain's national parks
When Steve Sieberson and his wife unexpectedly found themselves in Britain with an entire summer on their hands, they readily agreed to avoid the usual tourist attractions, opting instead for a road trip to the UK’s far-flung ...
Naked mountaineer: Misadventures of an Alpine traveler
(University of Nebraska Press, 2014)
Let only millionaires vote
Satirical editorial in the Omaha World Herald, proposing that voting rights be limited to millionaires.