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Nathan  Chapman

Nathan Chapman

JD and MTS Duke; Associate Professor of Law, University of Georgia

Areas of Expertise

Christianity and Constitutional Law; Religious Freedom; Legal History

Curriculum Vitae

Nathan Chapman is a tenured Associate Professor and award-winning teacher at the University of Georgia School of Law. He teaches courses in constitutional law, procedure, and legal ethics, and writes on due process and law and religion. Chapman has pioneered a historical account of the Due Process Clause as a provision that reinforced the rule of law against every branch of the federal government. Chapman’s law and religion scholarship focuses on religious liberty and Christianity and law. He has written numerous articles and several book chapters on Christianity and the law for forthcoming academic volumes. Chapman holds degrees in law and theology from Duke University. He litigated in the D.C. office of WilmerHale and clerked for the Honorable Gerald Bard Tjoflat of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.