"I clerked for Ruth Bader Ginsburg while raising a young child. She was a model of empathy," an opinion piece by Adjunct Professor Amy Marshak, in USA Today, September 23, 2020.
B.A., Cornell; J.D., New York University
Amy Marshak is a Litigator at the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection. Immediately prior to joining the Institute, Professor Marshak was an attorney with the National Security Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where she engaged in policy and appellate work and served as counsel to the Assistant Attorney General for National Security. She previously served as a law clerk to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the United States Supreme Court, Chief Judge Robert A. Katzmann of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and Judge Jed S. Rakoff of the Southern District of New York. She also worked as an attorney and intelligence analyst in the Intelligence Division of the New York Police Department.
Professor Marshak graduated summa cum laude from New York University School of Law, where she was a senior executive editor of the NYU Law Review and was awarded the University Graduation Prize. She received her undergraduate degree from Cornell University.
"Tech Giants Join Fight Against Trump 'Public Charge' Policy," coverage by Law 360, January 17, 2020, mentioning Visiting Professors Joshua Geltzer and Mary B. McCord, Jonathan L. Backer, Counsel, and Amy L. Marshak, Senior Counsel, Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection.
"USCIS Says Blocking Public Charge Rule Will Cost Money," coverage in Law360, October 2, 2019, mentioning Counsel Jonathan Backer, Adjunct Professor Amy Marshak, litigator, Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer, executive director, and Visiting Professor Mary McCord, senior litigator, of Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection.
"Trump's 'Public Charge' Rule Faces 1st Individual Challenge," coverage by Law360, September 16, 2019, quoting Adjunct Professor Amy Marshak, litigator, Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, and mentioning Professors Joshua A. Geltzer and Mary B. McCord and institute counsel Jonathan Backer.