Ph.D., Yale University (expected 2015)
J.D., Yale Law School
A.B., Princeton University
Professor Jud Mathews teaches and researches in the areas of administrative law, comparative constitutional law, and civil procedure. His recent scholarship examines the behavior of courts and their interaction with other institutions, both in the United States and in other legal systems.
Prior to joining Penn State Law, Professor Mathews was a visiting assistant professor at the University of Illinois College of Law, where he taught administrative law and constitutional law. After law school, he worked as a law clerk for Judge Guido Calabresi on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit before beginning his Ph.D. in political science at Yale.
"Strategic Delegation, Discretion, and Deference: Explaining the Comparative Law of Administrative Review," 62 Am. J. Comp. L. 101 (2014) (with Nuno Garoupa)
"Deference Lotteries," 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1349 (2013)
All Things in Proportion? American Rights Review and the Problem of Balancing, 60 Emory L.J. 797 (2011) (with Alec Stone Sweet)
“Proportionality Balancing and Global Constitutionalism,” 47 Colum. J. Transat'l L. 72 (2008) (with Alec Stone Sweet)