Craig Green is a law professor at Temple University who writes about the federal government, legal history, and constitutional law. His research has been published in the Yale Law Journal, the Columbia Law Review, and the University of Chicago Law Review, and he has published two articles analyzing “deconstruction of the administrative state.” From 2000 to 2004, Green worked in the Department of Justice as a Bristow Fellow for the Solicitor General’s Office and as a litigating attorney for the Civil Appellate Staff. Before that, Green clerked for Judge Merrick Garland of the D.C. Circuit and Judge Louis Pollak of the EDPA. He graduated from Yale Law School and recently earned a Ph.D. in Legal History from Princeton University.