Ethan J. Leib

Ethan Leib 2024

John D. Calamari Distinguished Professor of Law

Curriculum Vitae
SSRN (academic papers)
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Office: Room 7-177

Faculty Assistant: Diane Pinero, [email protected]

Areas of Expertise: Contract Law, Law and Philosophy, Legislation

Ethan Leib Press Highlights

The New York Times: Prof. Ethan Leib and Nora Donnelly Argue SCOTUS Operates More Functionally Than People Realize

Fordham Law School Ranks No. 23 in Scholarly Impact

U.S. Judge Rejects Trump Claim of ‘Absolute Immunity’ from Jan. 6 Lawsuits

Self-Pardon? It Might Not Go How Trump Thinks.

Will the Supreme Court Hand Trump Even More Power?

Unfit for Office

Flowers, Crosses, Clauses, and Oaths

Professors Andrew Kent, Ethan J. Leib, and Jed Shugerman’s Work Published in Harvard Law Review

Three Fordham Faculty Honored at American Constitution Society Convention

Harvard Law Review Article by Three Fordham Law Profs. Cited in Washington Post Op-ed

NY Law Professors Explain Why They Tried to Prevent Brett Kavanaugh from Joining the Supreme Court

Fordham Law Named in Top Law Schools Based on Scholarly Impact, 2018

Professors Challenge Trump’s Claim about Obstruction of Justice Via Letter to White House

Place Your Bets: The Rule of Trump vs. the Rule of Law

Giuliani Calls It ‘Unthinkable’ that Trump Would Pardon Himself

Firing Mueller Won’t Solve Trump’s Legal Problems

Mueller’s Recourse

Constitution Limits Pardons if They Are for Self-Benefit, Law Profs Say in Op-Ed

This Overlooked Part of the Constitution Could Stop Trump from Abusing His Pardon Power

Ethan J. Leib