Alexander Wohl is an Adjunct Professor and a consultant to the Law and Government Program at the Washington College of Law. From 2007 until 2011 he was Director of Communications for the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy. He previously served as speechwriter and Communications Director for President Clinton’s Secretary of Education, Richard Riley, and as Director of Public Affairs for the American Federation of Teachers. He was selected as a United States Supreme Court Fellow and served as a law clerk to Judge Ralph B. Guy on the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. He also teaches regularly in the Department of Justice, Law and Society at American University and has published widely in both scholarly and lay publications. His writing background also includes positions as the Supreme Court correspondent for the San Francisco Chronicle, Supreme Court columnist for the ABA Journal, and Senior Editor for Biography magazine. He currently is completing a dual biography of Justice Tom Clark and his son, Attorney General Ramsey Clark, and their impact on the balance between government power and individual rights.
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