Visiting Professor of Law
- PhD, 2006, University of Notre Dame
- MA, 2003, University of Notre Dame
- JD, 1998, Yale University
- AB, 1994, Princeton University
Areas of Expertise
Professor Green teaches in the areas of constitutional law, administrative law, and criminal law. His scholarship focuses chiefly on philosophy-of-language-informed constitutional theory, the history of the Fourteenth Amendment, and the nature of corporations.
Green clerked for the Honorable Rhesa Barksdale of the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit and practiced law with Phelps Dunbar in Jackson, Miss., specializing in appellate litigation.
Honors and Affiliations
Green graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University where he won both the Lyman H. Atwater Prize in Politics and the John G. Buchanan Prize in Politics. He was a senior editor of the Yale Law Journal.
Green's publications include "Some Themes From Judge Rhesa H. Barksdale’s Published Opinions" in 79 Mississippi Law Journal 261 (2010); "'This Constitution:' Constitutional Indexicals as a Basis for Textualist Semi-Originalism" in 84 Notre Dame Law Review 1607 (2009); "The Original Sense of the (Equal) Protection Clause: Subsequent Interpretation and Application" in 19 George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal 219 (2009); and "The Original Sense of the (Equal) Protection Clause: Pre-Enactment History, 19 George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal 1 (2008).