Meet the Faculty
Robert J. Pushaw, J.D.
Associate Dean for Research and
Endowed Professor of Law
Office: School of Law (SOL)
- J.D., Yale University, 1988
- B.A., La Salle College, 1980, summa cum laude
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In law school, Robert Pushaw served as notes
editor of the Yale Law Journal and received an Olin
Foundation Fellowship. After graduation, he clerked
for Judge James Buckley of the U.S. Court of Appeals
for the D.C. Circuit, and then worked as an associate
for Davis Wright Tremaine in Seattle.
Joining the University of Missouri School of Law faculty in 1992, Professor
Pushaw taught Constitutional Law, Federal Courts, Contracts, and Estates & Trusts.
In 1998, he won the Blackwell Sanders Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award
as the law school's top teacher. In 2000, Pushaw received the William Kemper
Fellowship for Teaching Excellence, the University of Missouri's highest teaching
honor. He came to Pepperdine in 2001.
All | Books |
Book Chapters | Articles |
Forthcoming | Popular Press
Book ChaptersRobert J. Pushaw Jr., Justifying Wartime Limits on Civil Rights and Liberties, in NATIONAL SECURITY, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE WAR ON TERROR 79 (M. Katherine B. Darmer & Richard D. Fybel, eds. 2011) . WorldCat Robert J. Pushaw Jr., The Enemy Combatant Decisions, in NATIONAL SECURITY, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE WAR ON TERROR 366 (M. Katherine B. Darmer & Richard D. Fybel, eds. 2011) . WorldCat Robert J. Pushaw Jr. & Alan E. Untereiner, A Short History of Federal Preemption Law, in THE PREEMPTION DEFENSE IN TORT ACTIONS: LAW, STRATEGY, AND PRACTICE (2008) . Robert J. Pushaw Jr., Article III: The Judicial Vesting Clause, in THE HERITAGE GUIDE TO THE CONSTITUTION (Edwin Meese, David F. Forte & Matthew Spalding eds. 2005) .