Professor Crocker joined the faculty of William & Mary Law School in 2019. Her scholarship concentrates on federal courts and structural constitutional law, and she has a special interest in areas where those fields intersect with state and local government law and property law. She has published articles in the Michigan Law Review and the Georgia Law Review, essays in the Notre Dame Law Review and the Michigan Law Review Online, and a student note in the Virginia Law Review. Professor Crocker’s work has been cited in an opinion from the Supreme Court of the United States dissenting from the denial of certiorari, as well as in majority opinions from other courts. At William & Mary, she teaches Federal Courts, State and Local Government Law, and Property Law, and at Duke University School of Law, she co-taught a course on judicial decisionmaking.
Before coming to William & Mary, Professor Crocker was an Olin-Smith Fellow and Postdoctoral Associate at Duke. She also practiced law at McGuireWoods LLP in Richmond, Virginia, where she focused on appellate litigation and dispositive motions. She clerked for Justice Antonin Scalia of the Supreme Court of the United States and for Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
Professor Crocker received her law degree from the University of Virginia, where she graduated first in her class and served as an Articles Development Editor of the Virginia Law Review. She earned her undergraduate degree cum laude from Harvard University.
Professor Crocker is a member of the Virginia State Bar and the Virginia Bar Association. She is also a member of the John Marshall Inn of Court and a recipient of the Temple Bar Scholarship from the American Inns of Court Foundation.
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