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CURRICULUM VITAE
Vincent D. Rougeau
15899 Cedar Ridge Court
Granger, Indiana 46530
(574) 273-5162

CURRENT POSITION
1998-present
Associate Professor and Professor
Notre Dame Law School
3116 Eck Hall of Law
P.O. Box 780
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556
(574) 631-8610
Rougeau.1@nd.edu
PREVIOUS POSITIONS
2005-2006
Faculty Member In-Residence
University of Notre Dame
London Law Programme
London, England
1999-2002
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Notre Dame Law School
1997-1998
Visiting Associate Professor of Law
Notre Dame Law School
1991-1997
Assistant and Associate Professor of Law
Loyola University Chicago
School of Law

FELLOWSHIPS/RESEARCH APPOINTMENTS
Fellow
Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
University of Notre Dame
2010-present
Senior Fellow
Contextual Theology Centre
Royal Foundation of St. Katherine
Limehouse, London, England
2006-present
Current project is titled “Just Communities.” This is a partnership among the Contextual
Theology Centre, Notre Dame Law School, and Magdalen College, Oxford that is exploring
the challenge of religious witness in the public life of a pluralist society. This exploration
involves both grass roots practice (community organizing in multicultural, inner-city
communities) and contemporary academic debates in theology, jurisprudence, philosophy,
and politics.
Honorary Member of the Senior Common Room
Magdalen College
Oxford University
Hilary and Trinity Terms (Jan.-June, 2010)
Senior Fellow
Martin Marty Center
School of Divinity
University of Chicago
2008-2009
Research Associate
Von Hügel Institute
Centre for Faith in Society
St. Edmund’s College
Cambridge University
2006-2009
Carey Faculty Fellow
Erasmus Institute, University of Notre Dame
2002-2003

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EDUCATION
A. B. magna cum laude International Relations
Brown University (1985)
J. D. Harvard Law School (1988)
Articles Editor, Harvard Human Rights Journal
TEACHING
Contracts
Real Estate Transactions
Catholic Social Thought

Public International Law
Comparative Law
Banking Law

Seminar: Religion, Immigration, and Multiculturalism
Awards from Students:
Faculty Member of the Year: NDLS Class of 2000
McLean Award for Community Service: NDLS Class of 2000
RESEARCH INTERESTS
Law and religion--the role of moral, community, and religious values in law-making and
public policy; Catholic social thought (including its historical and philosophical
underpinnings); theology; political philosophy.
Immigration/global migration, multiculturalism, and citizenship in liberal democratic
societies.
Real estate law--land use planning and development; local government; New Urbanism and
traditional neighborhood development; Low-income housing and economic
redevelopment.
Government regulation and intervention in the financial markets; consumer credit law; the
Community Reinvestment Act.
PUBLICATIONS
Books and Book Chapters
“Just Contracts: A Perspective from American Law,” in The True Wealth of Nations, Daniel
Finn, ed. (Oxford University Press, 2010). Contributors include: Stefano Zamagni,
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University of Bologna; John Coleman, Loyola Marymount University, Paulinus Odozor,
University of Notre Dame; Albino Barrera, Providence College; John Gunnemann, Emory
University.
Cosmopolitan Democracy, Religious Citizens, and Global Multiculturalism, manuscript in
progress.
Christians in the American Empire: Faith and Citizenship in the New World Order, (Oxford
University Press, 2008).
“Catholic Social Thought and the New Urbanism: A Shared Vision to Confront the Problem of
Urban Sprawl?” in Recovering Self-Evident Truths, Michael Scaperlanda and Theresa
Colette eds. (Washington, DC: Catholic University Press, 2007).
“Enter the Poor: American Welfare Reform, Solidarity and the Capability of Human
Flourishing,” in Transforming Unjust Structures: The Capability Approach, S. Deneulin, M.
Nebel, and N. Sagovsky eds., (Amsterdam: Springer, 2005)
Law Reviews and Academic Journals
“Reforming the Legal Profession through Faith-Based Service Learning for Law Students:
Notre Dame’s ‘Just Communities’ Project,” Journal of College and Character 10:7 (November,
2009).
“Catholic Social Thought and Global Migration: Bridging the Paradox of Universal Human
Rights and Territorial Self-Determination,” 32 Seattle Univ. L. Rev. 343 (2009).
“No Bonds but Those Freely Chosen: An Obituary for the Principle of Forced Heirship in
American Law,” 1 Civ. L. Comment. 3, 1 (2008).
“Pilgrim Law: Overcoming False Consciousness through the Witness of London’s Economic
Migrants,” 22 J. L. & Religion 489 (2006-2007)
Review of Peter H. Schuck’s Diversity in America: Keeping the Government at a Safe
Distance, 31 Journal of College and University Law 471(2005).
“Justice, Community, and Solidarity: Rethinking Affirmative Action through the Lens of
Catholic Social Thought,” 1 Journal of Catholic Social Thought 335 (Summer, 2004).
“A Crisis of Caring: A Catholic Critique of American Welfare Reform,” 27 Harv. Journal of Law
and Pub. Policy 101 (2003).

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“The Community Reinvestment Act: Questionable Premises and Perverse Incentives,” 18
Annual Review of Banking Law 163 (1999) (Co-authored with Keith Hylton).
“Rediscovering Usury: An Argument for Legal Controls on Credit Card Interest Rates,” 67
University of Colorado Law Review 1 (1996) (Lead Article).
“Lending Discrimination: Economic Theory, Econometric Evidence and the Community
Reinvestment Act,” 85 Georgetown Law Journal 237 (1996) (Co-authored with Keith
Hylton).

Speeches, Delivered Papers, Panel Presentations, Periodicals
“Is There Still a Catholic Vote in the US?” Spero News, July 9, 2010.
Book review: “A Soulful Pray-er: Thea’s Song—The Life of Thea Bowman,” America, April
12-19, 2010.
“Catholicism, Islam, and Community Cohesion: Working for Social Justice.” Panel
presentation at Renewing the Catholic Social Conscience, Blackfriars Hall, Oxford
University, March 19-21, 2010.
“Catholic Social Teaching, Global Migration, and a Right to Membership.” Presentation and
workshop with response by Dean Alexander Aleinikoff, Georgetown University Law Center,
September 23, 2009.
“Reforming legal education through service learning: The ‘Just Communities’ Project,”
Keynote Address to the Conference on Faith, Justice and Civic Learning, DePaul University,
Chicago, IL, June 26, 2009.
Book Conference: Christians in the American Empire, Notre Dame London Law Centre,
April, 2009. Respondents included: Terrance Walsh, Heythrop College, London; M.
Cathleen Kaveny, Notre Dame Law School; Francis Davis, Las Casas Institute, Blackfriars,
Oxford; Dilwar Hussain, Policy Research Centre, Islamic Foundation of the United Kingdom.
Keynote participant with Michael Binyon, OBE (former diplomatic editor of The Times,
London) in the Cheapside Debate, “Imagining America: The Vocation of a Nation,” St. Maryle-Bow Church, City of London, UK, March 10, 2009.
“Real Americans, Real Catholics: Race, religion and the 2008 election,” America, February
16, 2009.
“Religious Citizens, Democratic Pluralism, and Cosmopolitan Law,” Martin Marty Center
Senior Fellow’s Lecture, University of Chicago Divinity School, February 26, 2009.
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“Expanding Democracy: Community Organizing and the 2008 US Presidential Election,”
Wayneflete Symposium on Education, Faith, and Citizenship, Magdalen College, Oxford
University, November 22, 2008.
“Just Contracts,” paper delivered at Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies conference:
“True Wealth of Nations: Developing an Architecture for Analysis,” University of Southern
California, June 18, 2008.
“A Freedom Under Fire,” book review of Martha Nussbaum’s Liberty of Conscience: In
Defense of America’s Tradition of Religious Equality, America, May 19, 2008.
“Solidarity and Participation: True Justice for the Poor,” speech delivered at the Fordham
Law School Institute for Religion, Law & Lawyer’s Work, April 21, 2008.
“Bridging the Paradox of Universal Human Rights and Territorial Self-Determination:
Catholic Social Teaching and Global Migration,” paper delivered at “Pluralism and the Law:
A Conversation at the Intersection of Identity, Faith, and Legal Reasoning,” Seattle
University School of Law, March 7, 2008.
“The Common Good, Faith, and Global Citizenship,” speech delivered for the Siena Center,
Series on the Common Good, Dominican University, River Forest, IL, March 12, 2008.
“Strangers into Citizens: Legal and Theological Study and Reflection on the Integration of
London’s Economic Migrants into British Society,” University of Notre Dame, London Law
Centre, London, England, April 20, 2007.
“Faith Based Social Services: Some Comments on the American Experience,” Talk for Day of
Study and Reflection at Contextual Theology Centre, Royal Order of St. Katherine’s,
Limehouse, London, September 7, 2006.
“Christians in the American Empire: Faith and Citizenship in the New World Order,”
Introduction to forthcoming book delivered in panel presentation at “Faith’s Public Role,”
Von Hügel Institute, St. Edmunds College, Cambridge University, April 6, 2005.
“Politics and Communion: A Bishop’s Response to Segregationists,” Commonweal, October 8,
2004 at 17-19.
“Catholic Intellectual Traditions in History, Literature and Philosophy,” Catholic University
of Lublin, Lublin, Poland, September, 2004.
“An intimate conversation about the built environment and the good life with Andres
Duany, America’s leading theorist and practitioner of New Urbanism,” Panel and
roundtable discussion, Notre Dame School of Architecture, February 4, 2004.
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“Racial Neutrality as Racial Preference in a Society without Transcendence,” working paper
delivered at “Law and Catholic Social Thought,” Villanova Law School, Villanova, PA,
October 3-4, 2003.
“A Crisis of Caring: A Catholic Critique of American Welfare Reform,” paper presented at Von
Hügel Institute Conference, “Transforming Unjust Structures,” St. Edmund’s College,
Cambridge University, Cambridge, England, June, 2003.
“A Catholic Critique of the Culture Foundations of American Economic Support for the Poor,”
Panel Presentation: “Welfare and Human Dignity,” Federalist Society Annual Conference
University of Notre Dame, February 22, 2003.
“Special Option for the Poor: Immigrants and the Workplace,” Panel presentation at
University of Notre Dame Department of Theology conference, “Special Option for the
Poor,” November 11, 2002.
“Evaluating U.S. Welfare Reform in the Context of Laborem Exercens,” Working paper
presented at “Work as the Key to the Social Question,” sponsored by the Ryan Institute for
Catholic Social Thought, University of St. Thomas, Vatican City and Rome, Italy.
September 12-15, 2001.
“More Precious for What We are Than for What We Have: Is Real Solidarity with the Poor
Possible in a World Dominated by American Consumer Culture?”
2001 Gillis Long Poverty Law Center Distinguished Speaker
Loyola University New Orleans School of Law
March, 2001
INSTITUTES AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS
Director/Advisor, Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy
2004-present
Organizer and Instructor: Seminar on Lobbying and Democratic Civil Society, Sponsored by
AVSI USA, Bucharest, Romania.
November 24-26, 2003.
Faculty Mentor: 1999 Collegium Summer Institute on Faith and Intellectual Life
Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut
Organizer and Instructor:
Loyola University School of Law Seminars on the American Legal System
Presented for the Magistrates Association of Sâo Paulo and the Prosecutors Association of
Sâo Paulo
October, 1997 and July, 1998, Sâo Paulo, Brazil
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SERVICE
Notre Dame Law School
Dean Search Committee, 2008-2009
New Law School Building Committee, 2005-2008
University Faculty Board on Athletics, 2006-2007
University Affirmative Action Officer, 2003-2005
University Committee on Cultural Diversity, 2002-2005
Appointments Committee (2001-2003; Vice-chair [Dean nominal chair] 2004-2005; 20072008)
Clinical Education Committee
Curriculum Committee
Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Chair–University Committee on Academic Assessment
Dean’s Strategic Planning Committee
International Committee
Appointments Committee
Community Relations Committee
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Associate
Morrison & Foerster, Washington, DC
Business Group: Bank regulatory, real estate, international trade.
1988-1991

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
Member
Maryland Bar Association
District of Columbia Bar Association
American Bar Association
Midwest Scholars of Color
COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
Board of Trustees
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Stanley Clark School, South Bend, IN
2001-2004; 2006-2009
Board of Trustees
Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition
2009-present
Board Member
Collegium Institute on Faith and Intellectual Life
2000-2005
Board Member
Freedom 22 Foundation, South Bend, IN
2001-2006
Director
Quail Ridge Homeowners Association, Inc.
Granger, Indiana
1999-2003
Board of Trustees
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, Chicago, IL
1997- 2001
PERSONAL
Born June 17, 1963
Miami Beach, FL USA
Married to Dr. Robin Kornegay-Rougeau
Three children
Foreign Language: French

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