John Rogan is a senior fellow at Fordham Law School, where he has taught clinical and seminar courses on democracy reform as well as presidential elections and succession. He is a faculty advisor to Fordham Law’s Voting Rights and Democracy Forum and is part of the leadership of the school’s Voting Rights and Democracy Project.
The policy clinics that John has developed and co-taught with Dean Emeritus John D. Feerick have released over fifteen reports, mainly focused on advancing recommendations to strengthen democratic institutions in the U.S. The reports, which drew on interviews with leading experts and former government officials, have been cited in scholarly publications and the media.
John’s writing has appeared in various publications, including the Washington Post, Fordham Law Review, and Lawfare. He has hosted interview programs on NPR-affiliate WFUV, where he was previously a news anchor and reporter. While in law school at Fordham, John was a judicial intern in the Southern District of New York, a research assistant to Dean Feerick, a legal writing teaching assistant, and a competitor and board member for the Brendan Moore Trial Advocacy Team. After graduating, he was a litigation associate at a New York law firm.
- Rule of Law Clinic, Spring 2021, Spring 2022 to Fall 2022, Fall 2023
- Democracy Reform After January 6th Seminar, Spring 2023
- Language of the Constitution Seminar, Spring 2018, Fall 2018, and Fall 2021
- Democracy and the Constitution Clinic, Fall 2018 to Spring 2020
- Electoral College Seminar, Fall 2017
- Presidential Succession Clinic, Fall 2016 to Spring 2017
- Fordham University, BA 2010, JD 2014