Michael S. Greve is a professor of law at George Mason University. Previously, he served as John G. Searle Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, where he specialized in constitutional law, courts, and business regulation. Before joining AEI, Greve was founder and co-director of the Center for Individual Rights, a public interest law firm specializing in constitutional litigation.
Greve has served as an adjunct or visiting professor at a number of universities, including Cornell, Johns Hopkins University, and Boston College. He was awarded a PhD and an MA in government by Cornell University. Greve also earned a diploma from the University of Hamburg in Germany.
A prolific writer, Greve is the author of numerous scholarly articles and nine books, including The Upside-Down Constitution (Harvard University Press, 2012), Real Federalism: Why It Matters, How It Could Happen(AEI, 2000), and The Demise of Environmentalism in American Law (AEI, 1996). He blogs at libertylawsite.org.