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Gillian Metzger

Stanley H. Fuld Professor of Law

Columbia Law School

Gillian Metzger is the Stanley H. Fuld Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. She writes and teaches in the areas of constitutional law, administrative law, and federal courts.

Her recent publications include “The Constitutional Duty to Supervise,” 124 Yale Law Journal 1836, 2015; “Agencies, Polarization, and the States,” 115 Columbia Law Review 1739, 2015; “Administrative Constitutionalism,” 91 Texas Law Review 1897, 2013; “Foreword: Embracing Administrative Common Law,” 80 George Washington Law Review 1293, 2012; and “Gellhorn & Byse’s Administrative Law: Cases and Comments, 11th ed.” (as editor), (with Peter L. Strauss, Todd D. Rakoff, and Cynthia R. Farina), Foundation Press, 2011.

Metzger frequently files amicus briefs in major constitutional and administrative law challenges before the Supreme Court and other courts, including Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt in the October 2015 term. She served as a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Judge Patricia M. Wald of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.

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Impeachment: Partisan Warfare or Defending the Constitutional Order?

6/19/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

We must be able to recognize harm to the constitutional order on a bipartisan basis for impeachment to serve its proper constitutional function. But how often is that the case?

Gillian Metzger

Columbia Law School

America’s Monarch? Trump and the Pardon Power

6/18/18  //  Commentary

For all who are devoted to country and Constitution, the idea of a self-pardon should be an anathema.

Gillian Metzger

Columbia Law School

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Harvard Law School