John A. Ferejohn
|John A. Ferejohn|
|Title(s)||The Samuel Tilden Professor of Law|
|Law school||New York University School of Law|
|Subject(s)||Constitutional Theory of Emergency Powers|
Democracy Ancient and Modern
Federalism: Law and Policy
|Outline(s)||NYU Ferejohn Constitutional Theory of Emergency Powers, NYU Ferejohn Democracy Ancient and Modern, NYU Ferejohn Federalism: Law and Policy|
John A. Ferejohn is a law professor at New York University School of Law. Subjects taught by John A. Ferejohn include Constitutional Theory of Emergency Powers, Democracy Ancient and Modern, and Federalism: Law and Policy.
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