PROF. JOSH BLACKMAN
Josh Blackman is an Associate Professor of Law at the South Texas College of Law Houston who specializes in constitutional law, the United States Supreme Court, and the intersection of law and technology. Josh is the author of the critically acclaimed Unprecedented: The Constitutional Challenge to Obamacare.
Josh was selected by Forbes Magazine for the “30 Under 30” in Law and Policy. He has testified before the House Judiciary Committee on the constitutionality of executive action on immigration. He is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute. Josh is the founder and President of the Harlan Institute, the founder of FantasySCOTUS, the Internet’s Premier Supreme Court Fantasy League, and blogs at JoshBlackman.com. Josh leads the cutting edge of legal analytics as Director of Judicial Research at LexPredict. Josh is the author of over two dozen law review articles, and his commentary has appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, USA Today, L.A. Times, and other national publications.
Josh clerked for the Honorable Danny J. Boggs on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit and for the Honorable Kim R. Gibson on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. Josh is a graduate of the George Mason University School of Law.
PROF. GREGORY DOLIN
Gregory Dolin is co-director of the Center for Medicine and Law, a partnership between the University of Baltimore Law School and The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The center supports collaboration between experts in the fields of both medicine and law, and focus its efforts on an examination of medical and legal issues from the perspective of the health care practitioner. Prior to joining the University of Baltimore School of Law, Dr. Dolin held a position at George Washington University Law School as a Frank H. Marks Visiting Associate Professor of Law and Administrative Fellow in the Intellectual Property Program. He was a law clerk to the Hon. Pauline Newman of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the late Hon. H. Emory Widener, Jr. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. He served as a John M. Olin Fellow in Law at Northwestern University, and as an associate in the intellectual property group of Kramer, Levin, Naftalis, and Frankel LLP.
PROF. DANIEL MARK
Daniel Mark is the Chairman of the United States International Religious Freedom Commission. He is an assistant professor of political science at Villanova University, and currently a visiting professor at the University of Notre Dame. At Villanova, he is a faculty associate of the Matthew J. Ryan Center for the Study of Free Institutions and the Public Good, and he holds the rank of battalion professor in Villanova’s Navy Reserve Officers’ Training Corps unit. He is also on the steering committee for the new Villanova Political Theology Project and on the graduate committee of the Department of Political Science. Dr. Mark is a fellow of the Witherspoon Institute in Princeton, NJ and has taught at the Straus Center for Torah and Western Thought at Yeshiva University. In addition to his academic writing, Dr. Mark has published and commented on topics related to international religious freedom in variety of national and international outlets. He holds a BA (magna cum laude), MA, and Ph.D. from Princeton University.