Associate ProfessorCurriculum Vitae [PDF]
Office: Room 334
Research & Teaching AreasConstitutional Law & Theory, Foreign Relations, National Security
- A Textual and Historical Case Against a Global Constitution, 95 Georgetown Law Journal 463 (2007)
- Congress’s Under-Appreciated Power to Define and Punish Offenses Against the Law of Nations, 85 Texas Law Review 843 (2007)
- The Constitution and the Laws of War During the Civil War, 85 Notre Dame Law Review (2010)
- Habeas Corpus, Protection, and Extraterritorial Constitutional Rights: A Reply, 97 Iowa Law Review Bulletin 34 (2012)
- Evaluating the Palestinians’ Claimed Right of Return, 34 Univ. of Pennsylvania Journal of Int'l Law (forthcoming 2012)
- Judicial Review for Enemy Fighters: The Court’s Fateful Turn in Ex parte Quirin, the Nazi Saboteur Case, 66 Vanderbilt Law Review 153 (2013)
- Boumediene, Munaf and the Court's Misreading of the Insular Cases, 97 Iowa Law Review 101 (2011)
- Do Boumediene Rights Expire?, 161 Univ. of Pennsylvania Law Review PENNumbra 20 (2012).
ExperienceAssociate Professor Andrew Kent teaches National Security Law and Constitutional Law. In addition to those fields, his research interests include U.S. foreign relations law; public international law, including the laws of war; U.S. legal and diplomatic history; and compliance by businesses with regulations related to national security and crime control.
Before joining Fordham’s faculty, Associate Professor Kent was:
Climenko Fellow and Lecturer, Harvard Law School
Associate at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr (2004-05) and Sullivan & Cromwell (2001-04)
Law Clerk to the Hon. Robert A. Katzmann, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the Hon. Carol B. Amon, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of N.Y.
- J.D., Yale Law School, 1999
- A.B., Harvard College, 1993