Amanda Frost Academic Round-up

Amanda Frost is a Professor of Law at American University, where she specializes in the federal court system and federal jurisdiction, civil procedure, statutory interpretation, and transparency in government. Prior to entering academia Professor Frost was a staff attorney for Public Citizen Litigation Group for five years, where she briefed and argued cases at all levels of the federal judiciary. Professor Frost clerked for Judge A. Raymond Randolph on the D.C. Circuit and is a graduate of Harvard Law School.

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04.09.14 Academic highlight: Drinan on the implementation of Graham and Miller
03.07.14 Academic highlight: Rethinking securities class actions
02.07.14 Academic highlight: Assessing the Chief Justice’s self-assignment of majority opinions
01.28.14 Academic highlight: Too much of a good thing?
10.28.13 Academic highlight: Vladeck on pendent appellate jurisdiction
10.11.13 Academic highlight: Vanderbilt Law Review roundtable on DaimlerChrysler AG v. Bauman
09.18.13 Academic highlight: Morawetz on the Solicitor General’s presentation of facts
08.21.13 Academic highlight: Questioning Congress’s legislative authority to implement treaties
07.31.13 Academic highlight: Pfander questions the power of the Chief Justice to appoint “inferior Officers”
06.11.13 Academic highlight: Myriad Genetics and the history of intellectual property in the United States
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