Evan C. Zoldan (@eczoldan) is a Professor of Law at the University of Toledo College of Law, where he writes and teaches in the areas of legislation, administrative law, and constitutional law. His work on legislation questions the power of legislatures to target named individuals for special treatment. His recent article on targeted legislation, The Equal Protection Component of Legislative Generality, was selected for presentation at the Yale / Stanford / Harvard Junior Faculty Forum to represent the category of Constitutional Law: Theoretical Foundations.
Zoldan’s work on legislation has been cited by both federal and state appellate courts and in briefs, treatises, and scholarly books and articles. He has appeared in the national media, including the Washington Post, CNN, and Bloomberg News. Zoldan’s leadership positions include serving as Chair of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Legislation and Law of the Political Process.
After law school, Professor Zoldan served as law clerk to judges on the United States Court of Federal Claims and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. Before joining the faculty of Toledo Law, he worked as an associate at Kirkland & Ellis LLP and as a trial attorney for the United States Department of Justice.