Prof. Stephen E. Sachs

Professor of Law, Duke University School of Law

Stephen E. Sachs is a scholar of civil procedure, constitutional law, Anglo-American legal history, and conflict of laws. He joined the Duke University School of Law faculty after practicing in the litigation group of Mayer Brown LLP in Washington, D.C.

Sachs' research spans a variety of substantive topics, focusing on the history of procedural and private law and the implications of that history for public law and current disputes. His research interests include the law of judgments, sovereign immunity, the legal status of corporations, and limitations on official power.
At Duke Law, Sachs teaches Civil Procedure and Conflict of Laws.

Sachs clerked for Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. during the 2009-2010 Supreme Court term. He clerked for Judge Stephen F. Williams on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in 2007-2008, prior to joining Mayer Brown.

  • J.D., Yale Law School
  • B.A., Harvard University
The 20th Annual Federalist Society Faculty Conference

The 20th Annual Federalist Society Faculty Conference

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