Anthony Marcum is a resident fellow at the R Street Institute, where he focuses on the federal judiciary and separation of powers disputes.
He has written for both scholarly and journalistic publications, including The Washington Post, Politico, USA Today, and NBC Think. He also regularly appears on a variety of television and radio outlets.
Prior to joining R Street, Anthony worked at a boutique litigation law firm in Michigan and clerked in federal district courts in West Virginia and New Hampshire.
He is an adjunct professor at George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management and an Associate Editor of the American Bar Association’s Litigation Journal.
Anthony holds a bachelor’s degree from Ohio State University, a JD from Rutgers Law School and a master of laws from Georgetown University Law Center.
He lives in Maryland and is a member of the Washington, D.C. Bar.