Areas of Expertise
- Administrative Law
- Civil Procedure
- Federal Courts
- Separation of Powers
About Thomas Bennett
Professor Bennett’s research focuses on how complex civil litigation strains the relationship between state and federal courts and impacts the separation of powers. Professor Bennett’s scholarship has appeared or will appear in the NYU Law Review, the Cornell Law Review, and the Minnesota Law Review. Before joining the faculty in 2020, he was a Furman Academic Fellow at NYU School of Law and spent four years in private practice litigating appeals, complex civil cases, and administrative matters. Professor Bennett is also a former law clerk to the Honorable Gerard E. Lynch of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the Honorable Jesse M. Furman of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. He holds a JD magna cum laude from NYU School of Law and a BA with honors from Swarthmore College.
Professor Bennett holds a joint appointment at MU’s Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy.
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Latest Publications from Thomas Bennett
- The Paradox of Exclusive State-Court Jurisdiction Over Federal Claims
- Divide and Concur: Separate Opinions and Legal Change
- Note: The Canon at the Water’s Edge