Introducing Guest Blogger Scott Moss
I’m very pleased to introduce Professor Scott Moss, who will be returning for a reprise guest visit.
Scott is an associate professor at the University of Colorado Law School. Previously, he taught at Marquette Law School. Scott received his J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. He holds a B.A. in Economics and an M.A. in Media Studies from Stanford University. Scott clerked for U.S. District Judge Constance Baker Motley (S.D.N.Y.), and then worked as a plaintiff’s employment lawyer in New York City at Outten & Golden LLP. He joined the Marquette faculty in 2004.
His fields of research are employment law, civil procedure (especially district court decision-making and rules), and constitutional law (mainly related to litigation strategy and judicial decision-making).
Some of Scott’s publications include:
* Litigation Discovery Cannot Be Optimal But Could Be Better: The Economics of Improving Discovery Timing in a Digital Age, 58 DUKE LAW JOURNAL ___ (early 2009)
* The Intriguing Federalist Future of Reproductive Rights, 88 BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 175 (2008) (with Douglas M. Raines)
* Illuminating Secrecy: A New Economic Analysis of Confidential Settlements, 105 Mich. L. Rev. 867 (2007)
* Prisoners and Students and Workers – Oh, My! A Cautionary Note about Excessive Institutional Tailoring of First Amendment Doctrine, 54 UCLA LAW REVIEW 1635 (2007)
* Fighting Discrimination While Fighting Litigation: A Tale of Two Supreme Courts, 76 FORDHAM LAW REVIEW 981 (2007)