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Prof. Stewart Jay

University of Washington School of Law
Stewart JayProfessor Jay has taught at the UW law school since 1980. Prior to coming to Washington he taught at the University of North Carolina for two years. Before entering teaching, Professor Jay clerked for two years, first with the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and then for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Warren E. Burger. His teaching and research interests include constitutional law and constitutional history. Professor Jay is the author of Most Humble Servants: The Advisory Role of Early Judges (Yale 1997). He has worked extensively to assure the reproductive rights of women, particularly access to safe and legal abortions. During 1984-85 he was a visiting professor at Georgetown University Law Center.

Education

  • A.B. 1973, Georgetown University
  • J.D. 1976, Harvard Universit

Publications

Washington Supreme Court Position 6: A Debate - Event Audio/Video
Puget Sound Lawyers Chapter
September 28, 2010

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