Martin Flaherty

Prof. Martin Flaherty

Leitner Family Professor, Fordham University School of Law

Martin S. Flaherty is Leitner Family Professor of Law and Co-Founding Director of the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School. He is also a Visiting Professor at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, where he was Fellow in the Program in Law and Public Affairs and a Visiting Professor at the New School in New York.. Professor Flaherty has taught at China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing, and has recently founded the Rule of Law in Asia Program at the Leitner Center as well as co-founded the Committee to Support Chinese Lawyers. He has also taught at Sungkyunkwan Univeristy in Seoul, Queen’s University Belfast, Cardozo School of Law, and the New School. Previously Professor Flaherty served as a law clerk for Justice Byron R. White of the U.S. Supreme Court and Chief Judge John Gibbons of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

Flaherty holds a B.A. summa cum laude from Princeton, an M.A. and M.Phil. from Yale (in history) and a J.D. from the Columbia Law School, where he was Book Reviews and Articles Editor of the Columbia Law Review. Formerly chair of the New York City Bar Association’s International Human Rights Committee, he has led or participated in human rights missions to Northern Ireland, Turkey, Hong Kong, Mexico, Malaysia, Kenya, and Romania. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Flaherty's publications focus upon constitutional law and history, foreign affairs, and international human rights and appear in such journals as the Columbia Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, the Michigan Law Review, and the University of Chicago Law Review. His publications include: “Executive Power Essentialism and Foreign Affairs” [with Curtis Bradley], Michigan Law Review; “The Most Dangerous Branch,” Yale Law Journal; and “History ‘Lite’ in Modern American Constitutionalism,” Columbia Law Review. He has appeared or been quoted in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Daily News, Newsday, The Newshour with Jim Lehrer, CNN, MSNBC, and Fox.



2018 National Student Symposium

First Principles of the Constitution

Georgetown Law
Washington, DC 20001
Speakers:
Topics: Constitution • Federalism • First Amendment • Founding Era & History • Fourteenth Amendment • Philosophy • Supreme Court
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2014 Annual Student Symposium
2011 National Lawyers Convention

2011 National Lawyers Convention

The Constitution of Small Government?

The Mayflower Hotel
Washington, DC 20036
Speakers:
Hans BaderStewart A. BakerCarlos T. BeaDavid BerenbaumRichard A. BerkLester BrickmanRichard BrookhiserGuido CalabresiSteven G. CalabresiRonald A. CassEdith Brown ClementPaul D. ClementCary CoglianeseDeborah J. DanielsWalter E. DellingerWalter DellingerIChristopher C. DeMuthSteven J. EagleFrank H. EasterbrookJohn C. EastmanJohn D. EcheverriaJennifer Walker ElrodRichard A. EpsteinWilliam N. EskridgeBrian FitzpatrickMartin FlahertyTheodore H. FrankJohn FundTodd F. GazianoFatima Goss GravesC. Boyden GrayThomas B. GriffithSarah V. HartPhilip K. HowardSandra Segal IkutaEdith H. JonesBrett M. KavanaughF. Scott KieffDonald J. KochanAndrew KoppelmanWilliam KristolDouglas LaycockMichael S. LeeLeonard A. LeoAndrew McCarthyMichael W. McConnellJohn O. McGinnisEdwin MeeseIThomas W. MerrillEugene B. MeyerThomas D. MorganAlan B. MorrisonMichael B. MukaseyClark NeilyJide Okechuku NzelibeDiarmuid F. O'ScannlainDavid S. OlsonSpencer A. OvertonAlex J. PollockWilliam H. PryorRandall R. RaderMichael D. RamseyDouglas B. RasmussenJohn N. RaudabaughMartin A. RegaliaNicholas Quinn RosenkranzMarco RubioNathan A. SalesBill SamuelJulian SanchezAntonin ScaliaEugene ScaliaDavid B. SentelleJefferson B. SessionsAnn ShalleckPaul SingerSherwin SiyHeather L. SlavkinJerry E. SmithHernando SotoDonald SpecterLuther StrangeDavid StrasJeffrey S. SuttonDiane S. SykesStuart S. TaylorClarence ThomasDaniel P. TokajiJohn TomasiLaurence H. TribeTimothy M. TymkovichEugene VolokhHans A. von SpakovskyPeter J. WallisonBenjamin WittesDavid YellenWilliam R. YeomansJohn C. YooTodd Zywicki
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Will Trying Suspected Terrorists in New York Advance the Interests of Justice and National Security?

Will Trying Suspected Terrorists in New York Advance the Interests of Justice and National Security?

Fordham University School of Law Room 302 140 West 62nd Street, between Columbus & Amsterdam
Speakers:
Topics: International & National Security Law
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