About Tuan Samahon   Leave a comment

Currently a tenured professor at Villanova University Law School in Pennsylvania, Tuan Samahon publishes in the fields of constitutional law and federal courts and teaches courses in Constitutional Law I and II, Federal Courts, and Complex Litigation. Professor Samahon previously served on the faculty at the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he taught civil procedure, constitutional law, and international business transactions. While he taught at UNLV, the law students voted Tuan Samahon Professor of the Year in 2007.

Professor Samahon has published law review and bar journal articles on various topics, including the constitutionality of the method of selecting federal bankruptcy judges and the place of policy “czars” in presidential administration. He additionally testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on the Constitution in 2009, addressing Senate concerns about policy czars and their roles in executive office. In addition to his published writings, Tuan Samahon provides frequent presentations for conference and symposium audiences at universities around the country concerning judicial selection, delegation and accountability in governance, and related topics.

Prior to his university teaching experience, Professor Samahon clerked for two federal judges and practiced law in Washington, D.C., where he remains a member of the D.C. bar. Tuan Samahon received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center in 2000.

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Posted October 20, 2011 by tuansamahon

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