Jane Manners Curriculum Vitae Temple Beasley School of Law 1719 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19122 jane.manners@temple.edu ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Temple Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia, PA Assistant Professor, July 2021Columbia Law School, New York, NY Academic Fellow, 2019-2021 The New School University, New York, NY Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellow, 2018-19 EDUCATION Princeton University, Princeton, NJ Ph.D. in History, November 2018 Dissertation: Congress and the Problem of Legislative Discretion, 1790 – 1870 M.A. in History (with distinction), September 2013 General Exam Fields: U.S. History, 1787-1877; Anglo-American Legal History; Capitalist Transformations in New York City Harvard University, Cambridge, MA J.D., Harvard Law School, June 2009 Teaching Fellow, Morton Horwitz Articles Editor, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review Research Assistant (Lani Guinier, Alex Keyssar, Morton Horwitz) Intern, Brookline Campaign Finance Reform Committee Pre-Law Tutor, Mather House B.A., Harvard College, magna cum laude with high honors in History and Literature, June 1997. John Harvard Scholarship for Academic Achievement of the Highest Distinction. Varsity Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor Track (Captain 199697). Adams House Neighborhood Development Program (Director 1994-95). CLERKSHIP 2010 Honorable Mark L. Wolf, Chief Judge, United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS Primary: Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Legislation & Regulation, Local Government Law, Torts Secondary: Legal History (U.S./common law/comparative), Property, Professional Responsibility, Civil Procedure AWARDS, GRANTS, AND FELLOWSHIPS 2019 Academic Fellowship, Columbia Law School 2018 Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, New-York Historical Society 2018 Kathryn T. Preyer Scholar, American Society for Legal History 2018 AHA Littleton-Griswold Research Grant 2017 Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship 2017 J. Willard Hurst Summer Institute in Legal History Fellowship 2016 Samuel I. Golieb Fellowship in Legal History, New York University School of Law 2016 Patricia and John Klingenstein Short-Term Fellowship, New-York Historical Society 2016 Max-Planck Institute for European Legal History Summer Academy Fellowship 2014 Laurance Rockefeller Graduate Prize Fellow, Princeton University Center for Human Values 2014 William Nelson Cromwell Fellowship, American Society for Legal History 2014 Graduate Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching, Princeton University 2013 Program in American Studies Summer Research Prize, Princeton University 2013 Student Research Colloquium Fellow, American Society for Legal History 2009 Post-Graduate Research Fellowship, Harvard Law School 2008 Bok Center Certificate of Distinction in Teaching, Harvard University 2008 Summer Research Fellowship, Harvard Law School 2008 International Achievement Summit Student Delegate, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 2006 Heyman Fellowship for Government Service, Harvard Law School 1995 Radcliffe Traveling Fellowship 1993 National Merit Scholarship ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS 2021 “Executive Power and the Rule of Law in the Marshall Court: A ReReading of Little v. Barreme and Murray v. The Charming Betsy,” 89 Fordham Law Review 1941 (2021) (symposium issue). 2021 “The Three Permissions: Presidential Removal and the Statutory Limits of Agency Independence,” 121 Columbia Law Review 1 (2021) (with Lev Menand). 2021 “Fighting Fire: A Story of Official Liability and City Power,” in Rethinking American Disasters, forthcoming 2021 from LSU Press. 2021 “Inventing Disaster: The Culture of Calamity from the Jamestown Colony to the Johnstown Flood by Cynthia A. Kierner (review),” Journal of the Early Republic, forthcoming Summer 2021. 2020 “Recovering the Lost History of Presidential Removal Law,” Administrative & Regulatory Law News, Spring 2020 (with Lev Menand). 2019 “Not Just a Contract Case: Dartmouth College v. Woodward’s Law-ofthe-Land Legacy.” HistPhil Dartmouth College v. Woodward Forum. https://histphil.org/2019/07/25/not-just-a-contract-case-dartmouthcollege-v- woodwards-law-of-the-land-legacy/ 2019 “The Great New York Fire of 1835 and the Marketing of Disaster,” NewYork Historical Society: From the Stacks. http://blog.nyhistory.org/thegreat-new-york-fire-of-1835-andthe-marketing-of-disaster/ 2017 “The Township, The Hope of Democracy?: History as Moral Act,” 70 Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc 101 (2017) 2016 “Disaster Reli

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