Stephen M. Feldman
Jerry W. Housel / Carl F. Arnold Distinguished Professor of Law
Adjunct Professor of Political Science
B.A., Hamilton College (1977), Philosophy
J.D., University of Oregon (1982), Order of the Coif and Art. Ed., Or. L. Rev.
J.S.M., Stanford University (1986)
On sabbatical Fall 2016
Stephen M. Feldman has been the Jerry W. Housel / Carl F. Arnold Distinguished Professor of Law and Adjunct Professor of Political Science since 2002. He teaches classes in Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence and has published numerous books and articles in these fields.
Before joining the University of Wyoming College of Law, Feldman was Professor of Law and Associate Member of Political Science at the University of Tulsa (1986-2002). Before that, he served as a Teaching Fellow at Stanford University School of Law (1984-1986) and as a Judicial Clerk for the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Office of Staff Attorneys. In the fall of 1999, he was a Professor in Residence in London, England, and in 1998, he was a National Endowment for the Humanities Research Fellow.
Teaching: Constitutional Law I, Constitutional Law II, Jurisprudence, Legal Thought