Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz is a law professor at Georgetown University. He earned his BA and JD from Yale. He then clerked for Judge Easterbrook on the Seventh Circuit (1999-2000) and for Justice Kennedy at the U.S. Supreme Court (2001-2). After that, he served as an attorney-adviser at the Office of Legal Counsel (November 2002–July 2004). Rosenkranz is developing a new theory of constitutional interpretation and judicial review. The first two installments, “The Subjects of the Constitution” and “The Objects of the Constitution,” were recently published in the Stanford Law Review. The comprehensive version is forthcoming as a book by Oxford University Press. Rosenkranz publishes in the nation’s top law reviews; he often testifies before Congress as a constitutional expert; and he has argued before the US Supreme Court. He also serves on the Board of Visitors of the Federalist Society.