Prof. Andrew Kent

Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law

Andrew Kent teaches and writes about constitutional law, foreign relations law, national security law, federal courts and procedure, white collar criminal law, public international law and professional responsibility.  He received his law degree from Yale and was a Climenko Fellow at Harvard Law School, an attorney in private practice and a federal judicial clerk before joining Fordham’s faculty.   Professor Kent’s academic writing has frequently focused on questions of the Constitution’s domain—when, where and for whom are constitutional protections are available.   Current research interests include the relationship between the private business community and federal national security laws and policies.  Professor Kent is a faculty advisor to the Center on National Security and the Fordham International Law Journal.  

  • J.D., Yale Law School, 1999
  • A.B., Harvard College, 1993

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Publications and Multimedia
Young Legal Scholars Paper Presentations - Event Audio/Video
16th Annual Faculty Conference
January 09, 2014
Domestic & Legal Issues Arising from American Intervention in Libya - Event Audio/Video
International & National Security Law Practice Group and Fordham Student Chapter
April 06, 2011
Will Trying Suspected Terrorists in Federal Court Advance the Interests of Justice and National Security? - Event Audio/Video
Fordham Student Chapter, New York Lawyers Chapter, and the International & National Security Law Practice Group
January 27, 2010