- Ph.D., Princeton University, 2016
- J.D., Columbia Law School, 2009
- B.A., Yale University, 2004
Maeve Glass is a legal historian whose scholarship focuses on the early history of the United States, including American constitutional law, commercial law, and federalism. She began her studies at Columbia Law School, from which she received her law degree in 2009, before completing her PhD in history at Princeton University in 2016. Her current book project, “These United States: A History of the Fracturing of America,” offers a new account of the origins and development of the United States Constitution.
Prior to becoming an Academic Fellow, Glass completed her doctoral work at Harvard Law School and New York University Law School, where she held fellowships in legal history. Her scholarship has received recognition from the American Society of Legal History, which named her a Kathryn T. Preyer Scholar, as well as from the National Institute of Military Justice and Columbia Law School.
- Constitutional law
- American legal history
- Citizens of the State, 185 U. Chi. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming).
- Bringing Back the States, 39 Law & Soc. Inquiry 1028 (2014).
- Explaining the Sioux Military Commission of 1862, 40 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 743 (2009).