Before coming to Loyola in Fall 2014, I taught at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, New York University, and Johns Hopkins University.
After law school, I practiced law for two years as a litigator at the Center for Constitutional Litigation, P.C., a firm dedicated to challenging the constitutionality of restrictions on plaintiff access to various tort remedies. I also was a researcher at the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, where I wrote several articles on church-state law for a general audience.
First Principles of the ConstitutionGeorgetown Law
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