Associate Professor of Law, Emory Law School
Alexander "Sasha" Volokh is an associate professor of law at Emory Law School. He joined the Emory Law faculty in Fall 2009.
Professor Volokh earned his BS from UCLA and his JD and PhD in economics from Harvard University. He clerked for Judge Alex Kozinski of the Ninth Circuit and for Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O'Connor and Samuel Alito. Before coming to Emory, he was a visiting associate professor at Georgetown University Law Center and a visiting assistant professor at University of Houston Law Center. His academic work has been published in the Harvard Law Review, Stanford Law Review, NYU Law Review, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Michigan Law Review, American Law and Economics Review, and International Review of Law and Economics, among other places.
His interests include law and economics, administrative law and the regulatory process, privatization, corrections, antitrust and regulated industries, environmental law and policy, and legal history.
Subsection of Annual Privatization Report 2013: Criminal Justice and Corrections
Despite Filarsky ruling, qualified immunity in the privatization context will likely remain confusing