Associate Professor of Law
Office: Room 436
Office: Room 436
BioAn immensely talented and creative scholar, Professor Teachout brings a rich background in laws governing political behavior, both domestically and abroad, as well as the insights of her original work on corruption and its constitutional history.
- Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, Duke University
- National Director, Sunlight Foundation
- Lecturer, University of Vermont
- Political Consultant for nonprofits, political campaigns and citizen journalism organizations
- Non-resident Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard Law School
- Director of Internet Organizing, Dean for America (Howard Dean’s Presidential Campaign)
- Co-Founding Executive Director, The Fair Trial Initiative
- Staff Attorney, Center for Death Penalty Litigation
- Clerk, Chief Judge Edward R. Becker, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
- Corruption, the Constitution and the Courts: The Career of a Concept (Harvard U. Press, in progress).
- Why Do Secessions Succeed? A Game Theoretic Model (in progress).
- Extraterritorial Electioneering and the Globalization of American Elections, BERKELEY J. INT’L L. (forthcoming).
- The Anti-Corruption Principle, 94 CORNELL L. REV. 341 (2009).
- Original Intent: How the Founding Fathers Would Clean Up K Street, DEMOCRACY: A JOURNAL OF IDEAS 11 (Winter 2009).
- Mousepads, Shoe Leather and Hope: Lessons from the Howard Dean Campaign for the Future of Internet Politics (Paradigm Press, 2007) (ed. with T. Streeter).
- J.D., summa cum laude, Duke Law School
- M.A., Political Science, Duke University
- B.A., Yale University