Earl Maltz is a Distinguished Professor and the author of two books and more than 50 articles on constitutional law, statutory interpretation, the role of the courts and legal history. He teaches constitutional law, employment discrimination, conflicts of law and a seminar on the Supreme Court.
Professor Maltz is the author of Rethinking Constitutional Law: Originalism, Interventionism, and the Politics of Judicial Review (1994), Civil Rights, The Constitution and Congress, 1863-1865 (1990), and over 50 articles on constitutional law, statutory interpretation, the role of the courts and legal history. He received his B.A. from Northwestern University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and his J.D. cum laude from Harvard. Professor Maltz teaches Constitutional Law, Employment Discrimination, Conflicts of Law, and a seminar on the Supreme Court.
22nd Annual Federalist Society Faculty ConferenceThe Omni Shoreham Hotel
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Rutgers-Camden Student ChapterRutgers School of Law - Camden
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21st Annual Federalist Society Faculty ConferenceHilton New Orleans - Compass, Riverside Complex
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White Paper on New Jersey Supreme Court
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