School of Laws Federalist Society to Host Jonathan Adler
"We are so excited to welcome Professor Adler to campus,” said Danielle Rang, a second year law student and president of USD’s Federalist Society chapter. "We hope that his perspective and knowledge will make an impression on every student and encourage thoughtful discussions around the school. He is an incredible scholar and we are honored to host him here at USD law."
Adler holds the Johan Verheij Memorial Professorship of Law and is the director of the Coleman P. Burke Center for Environmental Law at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where he teaches courses in environmental, administrative and constitutional law. He holds a bachelor of arts degree from Yale University and juris doctorate from the George Mason University School of Law.
Adler is one of the most widely cited legal scholars in administrative and environmental law under the age of 50, and has testified before Congress a dozen times. His work has also been cited in the U.S. Supreme Court. Additionally, Adler is a contributing editor to National Review Online and a regular contributor to the popular legal blog, “The Volokh Conspiracy.”
The event will be hosted in room 101 of the School of Law. Tiffany Graham, assistant dean of USD Law, will provide commentary after the lecture.
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