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Michael Coenen's primary research interests are in constitutional law, criminal law, criminal procedure, and federal courts. Learn more.
James Coleman's primary research interests are in environmental law, administrative law, and international law. Learn more.
Seth Davis's scholarship focuses upon the institutional design of administrative agencies and the role of federalism in the modern administrative state. Learn more.
Anne Fleming's research interests include American legal history and contract law, with a focus on the relationship between law and poverty. Learn more.
Elisabeth de Fontenay's primary research interests are in the fields of Corporate Law and Corporate Finance. Learn more.
Avlana Eisenberg's primary research interests are in the fields of Criminal Law and Procedure, Civil Rights Law, and First Amendment Law. Learn more.
Sharon Jacobs's primary research interests are in energy law, environmental law, and administrative law, with an emphasis on administrative discretion and executive policymaking. Learn more.
William Magnuson's primary research interests are in the fields of international business transactions, corporations and international law. Learn more.
Paul MacMahon's scholarship focuses on expertise, accountability, and legitimacy in adjudication; his specific interests include contracts, torts, civil procedure, and criminal procedure. Learn more.
Michael Morley's scholarship focuses on separation of powers issues, with an emphasis on executive power and discretion, as well as the legislative process. Learn more.
John Muller's primary research interests are in disability law, civil procedure, federal courts, and constitutional law. Learn more.
Leah Plunkett's primary areas of scholarly interest are criminal law, consumer law, contracts, and education law. Learn more.
Seth Stoughton's principal areas of study are criminal law and the regulation of law enforcement. Learn more.
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