Professor Mark Moller teaches in the areas of civil procedure, complex litigation,
conflict of laws and legal ethics. He received a JD with honors from the
University of Chicago Law School (1999), an LLM with first class honors
from the University of Cambridge (2000), and a bachelor's degree magna
cum laude from Duke University (1994). Prior to joining DePaul,
Professor Moller was an associate in the appellate and class action
groups at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher in Washington, D.C., where he
served on the team that successfully litigated Bush v. Gore.
Following private practice, he was a senior fellow at the Cato
Institute's Center for Constitutional Studies in Washington, D.C., where
he served as the editor-in-chief of the Cato Supreme Court Review and
appeared frequently as a legal commentator in print and on television
and radio. In 2012, Professor Moller received the College of Law's Award for Excellence in Scholarship. His articles have appeared in William & Mary Law Review, the Indiana Law Journal, the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, the Stanford Journal of Complex Litigation, and the Utah Law Review, among other journals.
BA, Duke University; JD, University of Chicago; LLM, University of Cambridge
Areas of Expertise
Civil Procedure, Complex Litigation, Procedural Theory, Federal Courts, Conflict of Laws, Legal Ethics
- Civil Procedure
- Advanced Civil Procedure
- Legal Profession
- Conflict of Laws
||Separation of Powers and the Class Action, 52 Neb. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2016).
||The New Class Action Federalism, 48 Akron L. Rev. 861 (2015).
||Common Problems for the Common Answers Test: Class Certification in Amgen and Comcast, 2013 Cato Sup. Ct. Rev. 301 (2013)
||Class Action Defendants' New Lochnerism, 2012 Utah L. Rev. 319 (2012)
||The Checks and Balances of Forum Shopping 1 Stan. J. Complex Litig (2012)
||Procedure's Ambiguity, 86 Ind. L.J. 645 (2011).
||A New Look at the Original Meaning of the Diversity Clause, 51 Wm. & Mary L. Rev.1113 (2009).