Mark D. Rosen
Title/s: University Distinguished Professor of Law, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Professor Rosen joined IIT Chicago-Kent in the fall of 1999, and was a Visiting Professor at the University of Minnesota Law School in 2005-06. One of Professor Rosen's articles received the 2006 Outstanding Scholarly Paper Award from the Association of American Law Schools. Professor Rosen's scholarly interests include constitutional law, state and local government, civil procedure, conflicts of law, election law, federal courts, and Federal Indian law. Professor Rosen also has consulted extensively in both the public and private sectors.
Yale College, B.A.
Harvard Law School, J.D.
History: License or Limit in Constitutional Adjudication?, (forthcoming, Brill Press 2022)
Co-editor, Constitutions in Times of Financial Crisis (Cambridge University Press 2019)
Legislatures and Constitutions in Times of Severe Financial Crisis
chapter in Constitutions in Times of Financial Crisis (CUP 2019)
Congress and Constitutional Decisionmaking
40 Cardozo Law Review 2769 (2019)
Making Sense of Equality (book review of Jeremy Waldron, One Another’s Equals)
33 Constitutional Commentary 493 (2018)