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Bertrall Ross

Bertrall Ross

Bertrall Ross, a constitutional law scholar, focuses on democratic responsiveness and inclusion of marginalized communities in administrative and political processes. His work has been featured in top law reviews and recognized by prestigious academic forums. Before joining the faculty at Virginia, he taught at UC Berkeley, receiving accolades for teaching excellence, and holds degrees from Yale Law School, Princeton, and the London School of Economics.

Guest Appearances
April 2, 2024

We (Who Are Not) the People: Interpreting the Undemocratic Constitution with Milligan and Ross

Law Professors Joy Milligan and Bertrall Ross discuss how we should interpret a Constitution that was not written for or drafted by “We the People”. The original constitution excluded women and racial...