Matthew Steilen

Professor

Research Focus: Separation of Powers, History of the Common Law, Due Process, Complex Litigation, Civil Procedure

Links: Curriculum Vitae, SSRN

Contact Information

724 O'Brian Hall, North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14260-1100
Phone: 716-645-8966
Email: mjsteile@buffalo.edu

Faculty Assistant: Anita M. Mazurek

Journal Articles and Working Papers

The Josiah Philips Attainder and the Institutional Structure of the American Revolution, HOWARD LAW JOURNAL vol. 60 (forthcoming 2017) (Selected for the 2016 Law & Humanities Junior Scholar Workshop)
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On the Place of Judge-Made Law in a Government of Laws, CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LAW vol. 3 (2016)
Website    SSRN

Due Process as Choice of Law, WILLIAM & MARY BILL OF RIGHTS JOURNAL vol. 24: 1047 (2016)
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Bills of Attainder, HOUSTON LAW REVIEW vol. 53: 767 (2016)
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Judicial Review and Non-Enforcement at the Founding, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW vol. 17 :479 (2014) (Selected for the 2014 Harvard/Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum)
Website     SSRN

Collaborative Departmentalism, BUFFALO LAW REVIEW vol. 61: 345-411 (2013)
Website     SSRN

Reason, the Common Law, and the Living Constitution (review of David Strauss' THE LIVING CONSTITUTION), LEGAL THEORY vol. 17 p. 279 (2011)
Catalog Record      Website      SSRN

The Democratic Common Law, JOURNAL JURISPRUDENCE vol. 10 p. 454 (2011)
Website      SSRN

Minimalism and Deliberative Democracy: A Closer Look at the Virtues of "Shallowness", SEATTLE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW vol. 33 p. 391 (2010) 
Catalog Record      HeinOnline      Westlaw      LexisNexis      SSRN

Parental Rights and the State Regulation of Religious Schools, BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND LAW JOURNAL vol. 2009 p. 269 (2009) 
Catalog Record      HeinOnline      Westlaw      LexisNexis      SSRN