David A. Super’s research focuses on Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Legislation (including the federal budget), Local Government Law, and Public Welfare Law. He teaches these subjects as well as Civil Procedure, Contracts, Evidence, Property, and Torts. In addition to Georgetown, he has also taught law at Columbia, Harvard, Howard, Maryland, Penn, Washington & Lee, and Yale. Prior to entering the legal academy, he served for several years as the general counsel for the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and worked for the National Health Law Program and Community Legal Services in Philadelphia.
Contributions to Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals
"OMB's Shutdown Improvising Draws Fire from Budget and Legal Experts," coverage by Government Executive, January 15, 2019, quoting Professor David Super.
"States Look For Backup On Food Stamps," coverage by National Journal, January 11, 2019, quoting Professor David Super.
"How The Trump Administration Could Keep Food Assistance Going During The Shutdown," coverage by Huffington Post, January 8, 2019, quoting Professor David Super.
"Food stamps for millions of Americans become pawn in shutdown fight", coverage in Politico, January 7, 2019, quoting Professor David Super.