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Ilan Wurman

Visiting Assistant Professor
Faculty, DTPHX Campus, Mailcode 9520
Biography

Ilan Wurman is a visiting assistant professor at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, where he teaches administrative law and constitutional law. He writes on administrative law, separation of powers, and constitutionalism, and his academic writing has appeared or is forthcoming in the Stanford Law Review, the University of Chicago Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, and the Texas Law Review among other journals. He is also the author of the book A Debt Against the Living: An Introduction to Originalism (Cambridge 2017). 

 

Selected Publications

Books

A Debt Against the Living: An Introduction to Originalism (Cambridge 2017)

 

Law Review Articles

The Origins of Substantive Due Process, 87 University of Chicago Law Review (forthcoming)

The Specification Power, 168 University of Pennsylvania Law Review (forthcoming)

As-Applied Nondelegation, 96 Texas Law Review 975 (2018)

Constitutional Administration, 69 Stanford Law Review 359 (2017)

The Original Understanding of Constitutional Legitimacy, 2014 BYU Law Review 819 (2015)

Law Historians’ Fallacies, 91 North Dakota Law Review 161 (2015)

Qualified Immunity and Statutory Interpretation, 37 Seattle University Law Review 939 (2014)

How to Permit Your Mammoth: Some Legal Implications of “De-Extinction,” 33 Stanford Journal of Environmental Law 1 (2014) (with Norman Carlin & Tamara Zakim)

Drug Testing Welfare Recipients as a Constitutional Condition, Note, 65 Stanford Law Review 1153 (2013)

Education

Stanford Law School, J.D.

Claremont McKenna College, B.A.

Research Interests

Administrative law, separation of powers, constitutional law, constitutional interpretation

Publications

Books

A Debt Against the Living: An Introduction to Originalism (Cambridge 2017)

 

Law Review Articles

The Origins of Substantive Due Process, 87 University of Chicago Law Review (forthcoming)

The Specification Power, 168 University of Pennsylvania Law Review (forthcoming)

As-Applied Nondelegation, 96 Texas Law Review 975 (2018)

Constitutional Administration, 69 Stanford Law Review 359 (2017)

The Original Understanding of Constitutional Legitimacy, 2014 BYU Law Review 819 (2015)

Law Historians’ Fallacies, 91 North Dakota Law Review 161 (2015)

Qualified Immunity and Statutory Interpretation, 37 Seattle University Law Review 939 (2014)

How to Permit Your Mammoth: Some Legal Implications of “De-Extinction,” 33 Stanford Journal of Environmental Law 1 (2014) (with Norman Carlin & Tamara Zakim)

Drug Testing Welfare Recipients as a Constitutional Condition, Note, 65 Stanford Law Review 1153 (2013)

Fall 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
LAW 609Administrative Law
LAW 781Independent Study
Spring 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
LAW 522Constitutional Law I
LAW 735Teaching Assistant
LAW 781Independent Study
Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
LAW 609Administrative Law