Linda Jellum joins the faculty from Mercer University School of Law, where she held the Ellison C. Palmer Sr. Endowed Chair in Tax Law. She teaches Tax courses, Civil Procedure, Administrative Law, and Statutory Interpretation. Professor Jellum is a prolific scholar. Her articles have appeared in top law journals, such as the Texas Law Review, the George Mason Law Review, the Southern Methodist Law Review, the UCLA Law Review, and the Ohio State Law Journal. She has also authored numerous books and book chapters on statutory interpretation and administrative law. She has been cited by former Justices Scalia and Gorsuch.
Professor Jellum has been a leader in legal education. She served as chair of the American Bar Association Section’s on Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice. She was Deputy Director and Treasurer for the Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Chair of the Association of American Law School’s Section on Administrative Law, and as the Deputy Director for the Association of American Law Schools.
Before joining the faculty, Professor Jellum worked for the Washington State Attorney General’s office. While there, she served as lead attorney for the Department of Social and Health Services. Prior to working as an assistant attorney general, she served as a law clerk for the Honorable Paul Yesawich.
Professor Jellum received her J.D. from Cornell Law School and her undergraduate degree from Cornell University. She has the unique honor of having sat for and passed five states’ bar exams.
- The SEC’s Fight to Stop district Courts from Declaring its Hearings Unconstitutional, 101 Tex. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2022).
- You’re Fired! Why the ALJ Multi-Track Dual Removal Provisions Violate the Constitution & How to Fix Them, 26 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 705 (2019).
- The Shadow of Free Enterprise: The Unconstitutionality of the Securities & Exchange Commission’s Administrative Law Judges, 70 SMU L. Rev. 3 (2017).
- Legislative Process, Statutory Interpretation, & Agencies: Cases & Problems (1st ed. 2016; 2d ed. 2021).
- Mastering Legislation, Regulation, and Statutory Interpretation (1st ed. 2009; 2d ed. 2013; 3rd ed. 2020).
- Acing Administrative Law (2018).