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Mark Moller is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute. He was formerly editor in chief of the Cato Supreme Court Review. Moller speaks frequently about the Supreme Court on television and radio, appearing on Fox News, ABC News, CNN, Court TV, Bloomberg, BBC, National Public Radio, and CBS Radio. Prior to joining Cato, Mr. Moller was an appellate lawyer with the law firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, where he served on the team that successfully litigated Bush v. Gore. Moller earned his J.D. with honors at the University of Chicago Law School in 1999 and an LL.M (Master of Laws) from the University of Cambridge.

More from Mark Moller


Putting the Gloves On

Reason (Online). June 1, 2006.

Scrutinizing the Rights of the Terminally Ill May 9, 2006.

Is FAIR v. Rumsfeld Bad For Free Speech? March 7, 2006.

Cato Studies


Justice Scalia’s Regrettably Irrelevant Decision in Rapanos v. United States

National Wetlands Newsletter. Vol. 28. No. 5. September 2006.

Class Action Lawmaking: An Administrative Law Model

Texas Review of Law & Politics. Vol. 11. 2006.

The Rule of Law Problem: Unconstitutional Class Actions and Options for Reform Vol. 28. 2005.

Public Filings

Davenport v. Washington Education Association

Legal Briefs. November 13, 2006.

Massachusetts v. Environmental Protection Agency

Legal Briefs. October 24, 2006.

Gonzales v. Carhart

Legal Briefs. August 10, 2006.

Cato Reviews & Journals


6th Annual Constitution Day

September 17, 2007. Conference.

4th Annual Constitution Day Conference

September 21, 2005. Conference.

We the People in the Courtroom: Recommendations for Tort and Class Action Reform

July 9, 2004. Capitol Hill Briefing.