Dalia Tsuk Mitchell
Affiliated Faculty, Associate Professor
Professor Tsuk Mitchells's research focuses on the history of U.S. legal thought with particular emphasis on the role that groups and organization played in legal scholars' visions for the modern state. Her award-winning first book, Architect of Justice: Felix S. Cohen and the Founding of American Legal Pluralism (Cornell University Press, 2007), examined the impact of legal pluralism on the transformation of American legal thought in the first part of the twentieth century. It won the Before joining the GW Law School in 2004, Professor Tsuk Mitchell was on the faculty of the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. She has held several fellowships, including a senior fellowship at the graduate program at Harvard Law School and the Samuel I. Golieb fellowship in legal history at NYU School of Law. She was also a fellow at the inaugural J. Willard Hurst Summer Institute in Legal History at the University of Wisconsin. Her current book project explores the relationship between corporate law and theory and the rise of the modern American state.