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Dr. Ian Drake obtained his Ph.D. in American history from the University of Maryland at College Park in 2010. His teaching interests include the American judiciary and legal system, the U.S. Supreme Court and constitutional history, the history and contemporary study of law and society, broadly construed, and political theory. His recent research interests include the history of American constitutional law and private law, particularly tort and contract law. Dr. Drake is currently conducting research on animal protection laws, First Amendment rights, and the politics of the treatment of animals used in industrial agriculture and scientific research. Prior to earning his Ph.D. in history, Dr. Drake practiced law in the areas of insurance and tort law.

Research interests

History of American constitutional law and private law, particularly tort and contract law. Dr. Drake is currently conducting research on animal protection laws, First Amendment rights, and the politics of the treatment of animals used in industrial agriculture and scientific research

Scholarly Interests

American Legal and Political History
Political Theory
Constitutional History and Law
Environmental History and Law
Tort History and Law

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Expert on the American judiciary and legal system, the U.S. Supreme Court and constitutional history.

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  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

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