Professor Clark teaches and writes in the areas of civil procedure, constitutional structure, federal courts, and foreign relations. His scholarship has appeared in leading journals including California Law Review, Columbia Law Review, Harvard Law Review, Texas Law Review, University of Chicago Law Review, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, and Virginia Law Review. Professor Clark has been a visiting professor at Harvard Law School and the University of Michigan Law School. Professor Clark also served as a special master appointed by the Supreme Court to make recommendations in an original action between states, Alabama, et al. v. North Carolina, Orig. No. 132.
Before joining the Law School faculty, Professor Clark spent several years practicing law in the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, where he specialized in trial and appellate litigation. Previously, he served as an attorney adviser in the Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel, where he provided legal advice to the president, the attorney general, and the heads of executive departments. Professor Clark also served as a law clerk to The Honorable Robert H. Bork of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and to The Honorable Antonin Scalia of the Supreme Court of the United States.
The Jurisprudence and Legacy of Justice ScaliaThe Mayflower Hotel
Washington, DC 20036
Washington, District of Columbia 20052
Kenneth Anderson • John Bellinger,I • Bradford R. Clark • Kristina Daugirdas • Samuel Estreicher • Jack L. Goldsmith • John C. Harrison • Kristine Kalanges • Julian Ku • Thomas Rex Lee • Gregory E. Maggs • John O. McGinnis • Michael B. Mukasey • Lee Liberman Otis • Richard Pildes • Jeremy A. Rabkin • Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz • Paul B. Stephan • Stephen I. Vladeck • Ruth J. Wedgwood • Edwin D. Williamson • John C. Yoo
|Topics:||Federalism & Separation of Powers • International & National Security Law|
2016 National Lawyers Convention
This panel will consider Justice Scalia's legacy in national security law, revisiting his opinions in...