Robert Peck

Adjunct Professor of Law

Mr. Peck is president of the Center for Constitutional Litigation, P.C. and argues constitutional cases in the U.S. and state supreme courts. Mr. Peck also serves as a member of the adjunct law faculties at both American University and George Washington University, where he teaches an advanced constitutional law seminar, alternating semesters between the two schools. He is president of the Supreme Court Fellows Alumni Association, a member of the Board of Overseers of the RAND Corporation’s Institute for Civil Justice, the Lawyers Committee of the National Center for State Courts, and the First Amendment Advisory Council of the Media.

Currently Teaching

There are no classes currently associated with this professor.

Areas of Specialization

  • Constitutional Law

  • + Selected Publications

    • Books

    • Robert Peck, We the People: The Constitution in American Life (H. H. Abrams 1987).
    • Robert Peck, The Bill of Rights and the Politics of Interpretation (West 1992).
    • Robert Peck, Libraries, Cyberspace and the First Amenment (ALA 2000).
    • Other Publications

    • Robert Peck, Violating the Inviolate: Caps on Damages and the Right to Trial by Jury, 31 U. Dayton L. Rev. 307 (2006).
    • Robert Peck, The Development of the Law of Joint and Several Liability, 55 Fedn. Def. Corp. Counsel 465 (2005).
    • Robert Peck, The Victim Compensation Fund: Born from a Unique Confluence of Events Not Likely to be Duplicated, 53 DePaul L. Rev. 209 (2004).
    • Robert Peck, Tort Reform's Threat to an Independent Judiciary, 33 Rutgers L. Rev. 835 (2003).
    • Robert Peck, , 27 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 397 (2000).
    • Robert Peck & John Vail, Blame it on the Bee Gees: The Attack on Trial Lawyers and Civil Justice, 51 N.Y. L. Sch. L. Rev. 323 (2007).