Craig S. Lerner

Prof. Craig S. Lerner

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law Craig S. Lerner served as an associate independent counsel in the Office of Independent Counsel (Whitewater Investigation). He also has clerked for the Honorable James L. Buckley of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and worked as an associate at Cooper, Carvin, & Rosenthal and Wiley, Rein, & Fielding in Washington, D.C. He received his A.B. and J.D. from Harvard and his M.A. from the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago. He teaches Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Business Associations, and Conflicts of Laws.



  • A.B., Harvard University
  • M.A., University of Chicago
  • J.D., Harvard University
2015 National Lawyers Convention

2015 National Lawyers Convention

The Role of Congress

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Washington, DC 20036
Speakers:
Sandra AistarsAkhil Reed AmarJohn S. BakerCarlos T. BeaHoward L. BermanKeith BlackwellFran├žois-Henri BriardSam BrownbackJames L. BuckleyMichael A. CarvinJames W. CeaserNeil ChatterjeeSalen ChuriEric R. ClaeysTom A. CoburnSteven CollotonEarl W. ComstockTom CottonJan CrawfordStephen CrimminsNathan DealChristopher C. DeMuthNeal E. DevinsColin DueckSteven J. DuffieldJohn F. DuffyFrank H. EasterbrookJohn C. EastmanW. Neil EgglestonRichard A. EpsteinMiguel EstradaLouis FisherBenjamin H. FriedmanRobert P. GeorgePhil GrammTodd P. GravesC. Boyden GrayMichael S. GreveThomas B. GriffithAndrew GrossmanRaymond W. GruenderOrrin HatchJeanne M. HauchTara HelfmanBrian H. HookMichael HunterEdith H. JonesEdward T. KangNeal K. KatyalBrett M. KavanaughF. Scott KieffStephen R. KleinAlex KozinskiWilliam KristolJoan LarsenAdam LaxaltRoslyn LaytonFrances E. LeeMichael S. LeeCraig S. LernerGordon LloydArthur LoevyTim LynchJohn G. MalcolmWilliam P. MarshallDavid MayhewJohn O. McGinnisFrank MedinaGillian E. MetzgerDavid B. MuhlhausenDiarmuid F. O'ScannlainDavid S. OlsonMichael S. PaulsenKaren Shaw PetrouTodd PettysRichard PildesBettina PoirierKirsten PowersScott PruittWilliam H. PryorRobert QuinnArti K. RaiA. Raymond RandolphNeomi RaoJohn N. RaudabaughPete RickettsDavid B. RivkinNicholas A. RobinsonMike J. RogersNicholas Quinn RosenkranzPaul RyanTuan SamahonBill SamuelWilliam L. SaundersMark SchneiderDavid S. SchoenbrodDavid B. SentelleDarpana ShethJerry E. SmithJames A. SonneDavid StrasGeorge J. TerwilligerMichael P. TremoglieJonathan R. TurleyMichael UhlmannJ.W. VerretJ.W. VerretEugene VolokhHans A. von SpakovskyScott WalkerMatthew Lee WienerGeorge F. WillRobert L. WoodsonRobert P. YoungPeter R. Zeidenberg
Topics: Federalism & Separation of Powers
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2005 National Lawyers Convention

2005 National Lawyers Convention

Originalism

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Washington, DC 20036
Speakers:
Steven H. AdenRonald J. AllenThomas Y. AllmanAkhil Reed AmarJohn S. BakerRandy E. BarnettLillian R. BeVierRobert H. BorkSteven G. CalabresiRonald A. CassJesse H. ChoperAdam CiongoliEdith Brown ClementPaul D. ClementCharles J. CooperJohn CornynWalter E. DellingerFrank H. EasterbrookJames W. ElyJohn M. EnglerStephen GardnerMerrick B. GarlandNicole GarnettDouglas H. GinsburgDavid GoloveLino A. GragliaC. Boyden GrayJohn C. HarrisonJohn S. IrvingRandel K. JohnsonEdith H. JonesF. Scott KieffDouglas W. KmiecLarry KramerJohn LeoLeonard A. LeoCraig S. LernerRonald M. LevinStanley LiebowitzJohn LottSteven LubetStephen J. MarkmanKevin J. MartinMichael W. McConnellJohn O. McGinnisEdwin MeeseThomas W. MerrillDiarmuid F. O'ScannlainTheodore B. OlsonPriscilla OwenBarrington D. ParkerMichael S. PaulsenRoger PilonWilliam H. PryorA. Raymond RandolphMitt RomneyMarc RotenbergRonald D. RotundaKarl RoveRichard H. SanderVictor E. SchwartzDavid B. SentelleSuzanna SherryJerry E. SmithKenneth W. StarrCarol SteikerDavid StraussPeter L. StraussNadine StrossenCass SunsteinWilliam M. TreanorEugene VolokhFred von LohmannAmy WaxSeth P. WaxmanRichard WesleyDiane P. WoodChristopher A. WrayJohn C. Yoo
Topics: Constitution • Federalism • Philosophy • Supreme Court
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