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Daniel R. Ortiz has taught at the University of Virginia School of Lawsince 1985, where he is now the Michael J. and Jane R. Horvitz Distinguished Professor of Law, and as a visiting professor at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall), and at the University of Southern California Law School. His teaching and research interests focus on election law, administrative law, and legal theory and he is currently co–director of the school’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic. He has served as council member of the American Bar Association’s Section on Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, as co–chair of its scholarship and election law committees, and as legal director of the National Commission on Federal Election Reform, chaired by Presidents Ford and Carter after the 2000 election. He has written many articles and book chapters in these areas and has litigated widely, including before the United States Supreme Court.
Constitutional law, administrative law, interstate commerce, electoral law, civil procedure, legal theory, campaign finance reform, affirmative action, Internet law