|Title(s)||J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law|
Director of the Environmental Law Advocacy Center
Executive Director, Project for Older Prisoners
|Law school||The George Washington University Law School|
Introduction to Legal Theory
Environmental Crimes Project
Environmental Legislation Project
Constitutional Law and the Supreme Court
|Alma Mater||Northwestern University School of Law|
|Outline(s)||GW Turley Constitutional Law and the Supreme Court, GW Turley Environmental Crimes Project, GW Turley Environmental Legislation Project, GW Turley Introduction to Legal Theory, GW Turley Prisoners Project, GW Turley Torts|
Jonathan Turley is a law professor at The George Washington University Law School. Subjects taught by Professor Turley include Torts, Introduction to Legal Theory, Environmental Crimes Project, Environmental Legislation Project, Constitutional Law and the Supreme Court, and Prisoners Project.
Jonathan Turley graduated from Northwestern University School of Law in 1987. He taught at Tulane University Law School prior to joining the faculty at The George Washington University Law School in 1990.
Professor Turley has testified in United States Congressional proceedings about constitutional and statutory issues. He participated in the impeachment of President Bill Clinton and the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.