I’m delighted to report that Prof. Eugene Kontorovich (Northwestern) and Prof. Nick Rosenkranz (Georgetown) have agreed to join our merry band. Many of you might recall both from their guest-blogging stints a while ago.
Eugene K. specializes mostly in international law, law and economics, and constitutional law. He is the author of, among many other articles, Discretion, Delegation and Defining in the Constitution’s Law of Nations Clause (Nw. U. L. Rev. 2012), “A Guantanamo on the Sea”: The Difficulty of Dealing With Pirates and Terrorists (Cal. L. Rev. 2010), The Constitutionality of International Courts: The Forgotten Precedent of Slave Trade Tribunals (Penn. L. Rev. 2009), and What Standing is Good For (Va. L. Rev. 2007).
Nick specializes in constitutional law and federal jurisdiction, and is the author of, among other things, The Objects of the Constitution (Stan. L. Rev. 2011), The Subjects of the Constitution (Stan. L. Rev. 2010), Executing the Treaty Power (Harv. L. Rev. 2005), and Federal Rules of Statutory Interpretation (Harv. L. Rev. 2002).
I’m very glad to have Eugene K. and Nick on board, and I’m sure our readers will find their contributions to be very interesting.