Duquesne University School of Law

Ken Gormley, J.D.

Duquesne University President and Professor of Law

Office: Hanley Hall 410

Phone Number: (412) 396-6281

E-Mail Address: president@duq.edu

Education: J.D., Harvard Law School, 1980
B.A., University of Pittsburgh, 1977

Ken Gormley, the 11th dean of the School of Law, became Duquesne University's 13th president in July 2016. Gormley joined Duquesne's law faculty in 1994, after teaching at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and engaging in private practice. Gormley earned his B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh in 1977, summa cum laude, and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He received his J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1980. Gormley's work on a myriad of legal/historical topics has earned him a national reputation as a leading constitutional scholar. In 1997, he published "Archibald Cox: Conscience of a Nation" (Perseus Books 1997), the authorized biography of one of the leading lawyers and public servants of the 20th century. The Cox book was awarded the 1999 Bruce K. Gould Book Award for outstanding publication relating to the law. In 2010, Gormley published "The Death of American Virtue: Clinton vs. Starr" (Crown), a New York Times bestseller chronicling the scandals that nearly destroyed the Clinton Presidency. "The Death of American Virtue" received a 2011 Silver-Gavel Award (Honorable Mention) from the American Bar Association as well as international critical acclaim. Gormley has testified in the United States Senate three times. He also served as president of the Allegheny County Bar Association, the first academic to hold that position in the organization's 137-year history. From 1998-2001, Gormley served as mayor of Forest Hills, Pennsylvania. A life-long resident of Pittsburgh, Gormley and his wife Laura have four children, Carolyn, Luke, Rebecca, and Madeleine.

Constitutional Law

Please also visit Dean Gormley's SSRN Page and SelectedWorks Profile to access a selection of his publications.

Books and Chapters

  • “American Presidents and the Constitution” (Gormley, ed.), NYU Press (forthcoming 2015).
  • “Impeachment and the Independent Counsel:  Collision in the Capitol,” in THE CLINTON PRESIDENCY AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM (Roseanna Perotti, ed.) at 163 (Texas A&M University Press, 2012).
  • “Archibald Cox,” in AMERICAN NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY (Oxford University Press) (2012).
  • "The Death of American Virtue: Clinton vs. Starr,” Crown Publishers/Random House (2010).
  • “Archibald Cox,” in THE YALE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN LAW (Roger K. Newman ed.) (Yale University Press 2009).
  • “Archibald Cox” (book chapter) in The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, (2007).
  • Foreword to Chinese translation of “The Court and the Constitution,” Archibald Cox (Peking University Press 2006).
  • “The Pennsylvania Constitution: A Treatise on Rights and Liberties” (George T. Bisel Co., 2004), (Ken Gormley principal editor) (with Bauman, Fishman & Kozler) (supplement 2014).
  • “Great American Judges: An Encyclopedia,” (John R. Vile, ed.), ABC-CLIO (2003) (chapter on Judge Learned Hand).
  • “Great American Lawyers: An Encyclopedia,” (John R. Vile, ed.), ABC-CLIO (2001) (chapters on Archibald Cox and William M. Evarts).
  • “Archibald Cox: Conscience of a Nation,” hardback published by Addison-Wesley (1997), paperback published by Perseus Books (1999).
  • “The Pennsylvania Legislative Reapportionment of 1991” (1994, Commw. of Pa. Press).

Law Review Articles

  • “Chief Justice Ralph J. Cappy: An Epilogue,” 47 Duquesne L. Rev. 681 (2009).
  • “Carol Los Mansmann:  Lawyer, Judge and Public Servant,” 46 Duq. L. Rev. 5 (2007) (with an introduction by Supreme Court Justice Samuel J. Alito, Jr.)
  • Judicial Review in the Americas: Comments on the United States and Mexico,” 45 Duquesne L. Rev. 393 (2007).
  • “Education as a Fundamental Right: Building a New Paradigm,” 2 Forum on Public Policy 207 (University of Illinois) (2006).
  • “The Forgotten Supreme Court Justices,” 68 Albany L. Rev. 295 (2005).
  • “In Memoriam: Archibald Cox,” 118 Harvard L. Rev. 8 (2004).
  • The Lawyer as Artist” in “Symposium: The Lawyer as Poet Advocate: Bruce Springsteen and American Law,”  14 Widener Law J. 753 (2005).
  • “Exploring a European Union Constitution: Unexpected Lessons from the American Experience,” 35 Rutgers L.J. 69 (2003).
  • “Foreword:  President Truman and the Steel Seizure Case: A Symposium,”41 Duquesne L. Rev. 667 (2003).
  • “The Silver Anniversary of New Judicial Federalism,” 66 Albany L. Rev. 101 (2003).
  • “Racial Mind-Games and Reapportionment:  When Can Race Be Considered (Legitimately) In Redistricting?”  4 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 735 (2002).
  • “Monica Lewinsky, Impeachment, and the Death of the Independent Counsel Law:  What Congress Can Salvage From the Wreckage – a Minimalist View,” 60 Maryland L. Rev. 97 (2001).
  • “Impeachment and the Independent Counsel:  A Dysfunctional Union,” 51 Stanford L. Rev. 309 (1999).
  • “An Original Model of the Independent Counsel Statute,” 97 Michigan L. Rev. 601 (1998).
  • “The Short-Lived Burial of Miranda,” 59 Albany L. Rev. 1725 (1996).
  • The Pennsylvania Constitution After Edmunds,” 3 Widener J. Pub. L. 55 (1993).
  • “One Hundred Years of Privacy,” 1992 Wisconsin L. Rev. 1335 (1992).
  • “Privacy and the States,”  65 Temple L.Q. 1279 (1992) (Gormley & Hartman).
  • “Foreword:  A New Constitutional Vigor For The Nation’s Oldest Court,” 64 Temple L. Rev. 215 (1991).
  • “The Kentucky Bill of Rights, A Bicentennial Celebration,” 80 Kentucky L. J. 1 (1991) (Gormley & Hartman).
  • “Significant Developments In State Constitutional Law, 1988,” 2 Emerging Issues in State Constitutional Law 1 (1989).
  • “Project:  State Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure:  A Primer for the 21st Century,” (Gormley ed.) 67 Oregon L. Rev. 689 (1988).
  • “Ten Adventures In State Constitutional Law,”  1 Emerging Issues in State Constitutional Law 29 (Inaugural Issue, 1988).
  • “Private Conspiracies and the Constitution – A Modern Vision of 42 U.S.C. §1985(3),” 64 Texas L. Rev. 527 (1985).

Miscellaneous Legal Publications

  • Article, “Heading in the Right Direction,” PENNSYLVANIA LAWYER, 31 (May/June 2014).
  • Book Review, “The Center Holds: Obama and His Enemies: by Jonathan Alter,” Washington Post (June 28, 2013).
  • Article, “The Saturday Night Massacre 40 Years Later: How our Constitution Trumped a Reckless President,” Constitutional Daily, National Constitution Center (November 15, 2013).
  • Op-ed, “Wisdom from Watergate,” POLITICO (October, 2013).
  • Bush 41’s later in life, in letters,” review of “All the Best, George Bush: My Life in Letters and Other Writings,” WASHINGTON POST BOOK WORLD, June 2, 2013.
  • The New Pledge that Congress Should Take,” POLITICO, Oct. 26, 2012.
  • America’s Unwritten Constitution:  The Presidents and Principles We Live By, By Akhil Amar,” WASHINGTON POST BOOK WORLD, Oct.6, 2012.
  • A Response to ‘Dr. No:’ The importance of saying ‘yes’ to legal education in American,” PENNSYLVANIA LAWYER Jan./Feb. 2012 at 22.
  • “Duquesne Law School 1911-2011,” SPIRITAN HORIZONS, Issue 6, Fall 2011, pp.63-75.
  • “Secret Wiretaps:  The Need for Legislative Reforms,” JURIST (Legal News & Research) (March 20, 2006).
  • “Can the Independent Counsel Law Be Saved?” 21 Legal Times 28 (February 22, 1999).
  • “Should We Ditch the Independent Prosecutor Law?” (Dialogue with Professor Akhil Reed Amar), Slate Magazine, (February 16-19, 1999).
  • “Should Congress Reauthorize the Independent Counsel Law?” 78 Congressional Digest 144 (May, 1999).
  • “Reapportioning Election Districts:  An Exercise in Self-Preservation,” USA Today Magazine 22 (January, 1997).
  • Charles Hamilton Houston, Thurgood Marshall, and the Civil Rights Movement,”              78 A.B.A. J. 62 (June, 1992).
  • Professionalism, Pittsburgh Style,” 140 Pitt L.J. 39 (1992).
  • “The New Story of State Constitutions,” Vol. 9, The Pennsylvania Lawyer (March, 1987), reprinted in the Idaho B.J. (August, 1987).

 Newspaper Publications

  • “The Nixon Pardon at 40: Ford Looks Better Than Ever,” The Wall Street Journal, Ken Gormley (with David Shribman), September 5, 2014.
  • “The Lesson of Watergate & Nixon’s resignation,” the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, August 2, 2014.
  • “Rename Pittsburgh’s U.S. courthouse for Judge Joseph F. Weis, Jr.:  Our grand federal court building should be named for one of its greatest jurists,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 15, 2014.
  • “American Original: The Life and Constitution of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sunday, January 10, 2010; also published in Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday, January 10, 2010. 

Other Publications

  • Various Feature Articles, Book Reviews and Op-Ed Pieces, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Newsday, Chicago Tribune, San Diego Union-Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Hartford Courant, Atlanta Constitution, Buffalo News, Albuquerque Journal, The Pittsburgh Press, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh Magazine.
  • Past Contributor, Rolling Stone Magazine, The Boston Real Paper, Rolling Stone Record Guide.

Bar Memberships: Supreme Court of the United States, United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

President, Allegheny County Bar Association, Pittsburgh, PA (2007-2008)

Board of Governors, Allegheny County Bar Association (2002-2009); Chair of Legislative Committee

Board Member, Gender Equality Institute Committee, Allegheny County Bar Association (2009- )

Vice Chair, Gender Equality Task Force, Allegheny County Bar Association (2006-2007)

Member, Legislative and Governmental Relations Committee, Pennsylvania Bar Association (2006-2007)

Silver Gavel Award Committee, American Bar Association (appointment by President, ABA), (2013- )

Member, Task Force on the Pennsylvania Judicial System, Pennsylvania Bar Association (2006-2007)

Academic Consultant, Pennsylvania Supreme Court's Commission on Judicial Independence (2013- )

Board Member, Pennsylvania Judicial Society (2012-2013)

Member, Court Administration Vision Team, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (appointed by County Executive Rich Fitzgerald),(2012)

Board Member, Pennsylvania Policy Forum (2010- )

Advisory Committee, Dick Thornburgh Forum for Law & Public Policy (Pittsburgh, PA) (2008- )

District Attorney's Working Group on Use of Force, appointed by District Attorney Steven Zappala, Jr. (blue-ribbon panel studying use of Tasers by police officers) (Allegheny County, PA, 2008-2009)

Advisory Board, Bernard G. Segal Institute for Appellate Advocacy, Philadelphia, PA (2006- )

Steering Committee, Pittsburgh 250th Anniversary Commission (2007-2008)

Board of Trustees, Saint Francis University, Loretto, PA (2006-2009)

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Curriculum Committee (2005-2007)

Board, Pennsylvania Supreme Court Historical Society (appointment by Chief Justice) (2004-2008)

Editorial Board, Duquesne University Press (2001 - 05)

Editorial Advisory Board, Forum on Public Policy: A Journal of the Oxford Round-Table (Urbana, Illinois) (2006- )

Board of Editors, Albany Law Review, State Constitutional Commentary (2004- )

Advisory Board, State Justice Institute/National Association of Attorneys General, Project on State Constitutional Law (1993-2003)

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Books

The Presidents and the Constitution: A Living History

Presidents and the Constitution A Living History (Ken Gormley, ed., 2016).

The Death of American Virtue: Clinton vs. Starr

Ken Gormley, The Death of American Virtue: Clinton vs. Starr (2010).

The Pennsylvania Constitution: A Treatise on Rights and Liberties

Ken Gormley with Jeffrey Bauman, Joel Fishman and Leslie Kozler, eds., The Pennsylvania Constitution: A Treatise on Rights and Liberties (2004, supplement 2014).

Archibald Cox: Conscience of a Nation

Ken Gormley, Archibald Cox: Conscience of a Nation, (hardback Addison-Wesley 1997, paperback Perseus Books 1999).

The Pennsylvania Legislative Reapportionment of 1991

Ken Gormley, The Pennsylvania Legislative Reapportionment of 1991 (1994).

Book Chapters

Archibald Cox

Ken Gormley, Archibald Cox, in American National Biography (Oxford University Press, 2012).

Impeachment and the Independent Counsel: Collision in the Capitol

Ken Gormley, Impeachment and the Independent Counsel: Collision in the Capitol, in The Clinton Presidency and the Constitutional System 163 (Roseanna Perotti ed., Texas A&M Univ. Press, 2012).

Archibald Cox

Ken Gormley, Archibald Cox, in the Yale Biographical Dictionary of American Law, (Roger K. Newman ed., 2009).

Archibald Cox

Ken Gormley, Archibald Cox, in The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, (2007).

Forward to Chinese translation of “The Court and the Constitution,” Archibald Cox

Ken Gormley, Foreword to Chinese translation of Archibald Cox , The Court and the Constitution (2006).

Great American Judges: An Encyclopedia

Ken Gormley, Judge Learned Hand in Great American Judges: An Encyclopedia (John R. Vile, ed., 2003).

Great American Lawyers: An Encyclopedia

Ken Gormley, Archibald Cox and William M. Evarts, in Great American Lawyers: An Encyclopedia (John R. Vile, ed., 2001).

Book Reviews

The Center Holds: Obama and His Enemies: by Jonathan Alter

Ken Gormley, The Center Holds: Obama and His Enemies: by Jonathan Alter, Wash. Post, June 28, 2013 (book review).

Bush 41’s later in life, in letters

Ken Gormley, Bush 41’s later in life, in lettersWash. Post Book World, June 2, 2013 (review of All the Best, George Bush: My Life in Letters and Other Writings).

America’s Unwritten Constitution: The Presidents and Principles We Live By, By Akhil Amar

Ken Gormley, America’s Unwritten Constitution:  The Presidents and Principles We Live By, By Akhil AmarWash. Post Book World, Oct.6, 2012.

Articles

The Legacy of Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille

Ken Gormley, The Legacy of Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille, 53 Duq. L. Rev. 305 (2015)

Epilogue: A Century of Excellence

Ken Gormley, A Century of Excellence, 49 Duq. L. Rev. 635 (2011)

Chief Justice Ralph J. Cappy: An Epilogue

Ken Gormley, Chief Justice Ralph J. Cappy: An Epilogue47 Duq. L. Rev. 681 (2009).

https://ssrn.com/abstract=1924432
Judicial Review in the Americas: Comments on the United States and Mexico

Ken Gormley, Judicial Review in the Americas: Comments on the United States and Mexico45 Duq. L. Rev. 393 (2007).

Carol Los Mansmann: Lawyer, Judge, and Public Servant (Comments)

Ken Gormley, Carol Los Mansmann: Lawyer, Judge, and Public Servant (Comments)46 Duq. L. Rev. 5 (2007) (with an introduction by Supreme Court Justice Samuel J. Alito, Jr.).

https://ssrn.com/abstract=1930386
Secret Wiretaps: The Need for Legislative Reforms

Ken Gormley, Secret Wiretaps: The Need for Legislative Reforms, Jurist (March 20, 2006).

Education as a Fundamental Right: Building a New Paradigm

Ken Gormley, Education as a Fundamental Right: Building a New Paradigm2 Forum Pub. Pol'y 207 (University of Illinois) (2006).

The Lawyer as Artist” in “Symposium: The Lawyer as Poet Advocate: Bruce Springsteen and American Law

Ken Gormley, "The Lawyer as Artist” in “Symposium: The Lawyer as Poet Advocate: Bruce Springsteen and American Law"14 Widener L.J. 753 (2005).

The Forgotten Supreme Court Justice

Ken Gormley, The Forgotten Supreme Court Justice68 Albany L. Rev. 295 (2005).

https://ssrn.com/abstract=1927581
The Silver Anniversary of New Judicial Federalism

Ken Gormley, The Silver Anniversary of New Judicial Federalism, 66 Albany L. Rev. 101 (2003).

https://ssrn.com/abstract=1927608
Exploring a European Union Constitution: Unexpected Lessons from the American Experience

Ken Gormley, Exploring a European Union Constitution: Unexpected Lessons from the American Experience35 Rutgers L.J. 69 (2003).

https://ssrn.com/abstract=1927995
Racial Mind-Games and Reapportionment: When Can Race Be Considered (Legitimately) In Redistricting?

Ken Gormley, Racial Mind-Games and Reapportionment:  When Can Race Be Considered (Legitimately) In Redistricting?4 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 735 (2002).

Monica Lewinsky, Impeachment, and the Death of the Independent Counsel Law: What Congress Can Salvage from the Wreckage - A Minimalist View

Ken Gormley, Monica Lewinsky, Impeachment, and the Death of the Independent Counsel Law: What Congress Can Salvage from the Wreckage - A Minimalist View, 60 Md. L. Rev. 97 (2001).

https://ssrn.com/abstract=1930411
Should Congress Reauthorize the Independent Counsel Law?

Ken Gormley, Should Congress Reauthorize the Independent Counsel Law?78 Cong. Dig. 144 (May, 1999).

Impeachment and the Independent Counsel: A Dysfunctional Union

Ken Gormley, Impeachment and the Independent Counsel: A Dysfunctional Union51 Stanford L. Rev. 309 (1999).

https://ssrn.com/abstract=202029
An Original Model of the Independent Counsel Statute

Ken Gormley, An Original Model of the Independent Counsel Statute, 97 Michigan L. Rev. 601 (1998).

https://ssrn.com/abstract=202028
The Short-Lived Burial of Miranda (Comments)

Ken Gormley, The Short-Lived Burial of Miranda (Comments)59 Albany L. Rev. 1725 (1996).

https://ssrn.com/abstract=1927945
The Pennsylvania Constitution After Edmunds

Ken Gormley, The Pennsylvania Constitution After EdmundsJ.D., 3 Widener J. Pub. L. 55 (1993).

Professionalism, Pittsburgh Style

Ken Gormley, Professionalism, Pittsburgh Style140 Pitt. L.J. 39 (1992).

One Hundred Years of Privacy

Ken Gormley, One Hundred Years of Privacy1992 Wis. L. Rev. 1335 (1992).

Privacy and the States

Ken Gormley & Rhonda Gay Hartman, Privacy and the States, 65 Temp. L. Rev.1279 (1992).

The Kentucky Bill of Rights, A Bicentennial Celebration

Ken Gormley and Rhonda Gay Hartman, The Kentucky Bill of Rights, A Bicentennial Celebration80 Ky. L. J. 1 (1991).

Foreword: A New Constitutional Vigor For The Nation’s Oldest Court

Ken Gormley, Foreword:  A New Constitutional Vigor For The Nation’s Oldest Court64 Temp. L. Rev. 215 (1991).

Significant Developments In State Constitutional Law, 1988

Ken Gormley, Significant Developments In State Constitutional Law, 19882 Emerging Issues St. Const. L. 1 (1989).

Ten Adventures In State Constitutional Law

Ken Gormley, Ten Adventures In State Constitutional Law1 Emerging Issues State Const. L. 29 (Inaugural Issue, 1988).

Project: State Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure: A Primer for the 21st Century

Ken Gormley (ed.), Project:  State Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure:  A Primer for the 21st Century, 67 Or. L. Rev. 689 (1988).

State Constitutions and Criminal Procedure: A Primer for the 21st Century

Ken Gormley, State Constitutions and Criminal Procedure: A Primer for the 21st Century, Duquesne University School of Law Research Paper, Paper No. 2011-06 (1998).

https://ssrn.com/abstract=1928077
The New Story of State Constitutions

Ken Gormley, The New Story of State ConstitutionsVol. 9, Pa. Law. (March, 1987), reprinted in the Idaho B.J. (August, 1987).

Private Conspiracies and the Constitution – A Modern Vision of 42 U.S.C. §1985(3)

Ken Gormley, Private Conspiracies and the Constitution – A Modern Vision of 42 U.S.C. §1985(3)64 Texas L. Rev. 527 (1985).

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Other

The Nixon Pardon at 40: Ford Looks Better Than Ever

Ken Gormley (with David Shribman), The Nixon Pardon at 40: Ford Looks Better Than Ever The Wall Street Journal, September 5, 2014.

 

Rename Pittsburgh’s U.S. courthouse for Judge Joseph F. Weis, Jr.: Our grand federal court building should be named for one of its greatest jurists

Ken Gormley, Rename Pittsburgh’s U.S. courthouse for Judge Joseph F. Weis, Jr.: Our grand federal court building should be named for one of its greatest jurists, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 15, 2014.

 

Heading in the Right Direction

Ken Gormley, Heading in the Right DirectionPa. Law. 31 (May/June 2014).

The Saturday Night Massacre 40 Years Later: How our Constitution Trumped a Reckless President

Ken Gormley, The Saturday Night Massacre 40 Years Later: How our Constitution Trumped a Reckless President, Constitutional Daily, National Constitution Center (November 15, 2013).

 

Wisdom from Watergate

Ken Gormley, Wisdom from WatergatePOLITICO, October, 2013 (Op-ed).

The New Pledge that Congress Should Take

Ken Gormley, The New Pledge that Congress Should Take, Politico, Oct. 26, 2012.

A Response to ‘Dr. No:’ The importance of saying ‘yes’ to legal education in American

Ken Gormley, A Response to ‘Dr. No:’ The importance of saying ‘yes’ to legal education in American Pa. Law. Jan./Feb. 2012 at 22.

Duquesne Law School 1911-2011

Ken Gormley, Duquesne Law School 1911-2011 Spiritan Horizons, Issue 6, Fall 2011, pp.63-75.

American Original: The Life and Constitution of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

Ken Gormley, American Original: The Life and Constitution of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Pittsburgh, Post-Gazette, Sunday, January 10, 2010; also published in  Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday, January 10, 2010. 

Can the Independent Counsel Law Be Saved?

Ken Gormley, Can the Independent Counsel Law Be Saved?, 21 Leg. Times (February 22, 1999).

Should We Ditch the Independent Prosecutor Law? (Dialogue with Professor Akhil Reed Amar)

Ken Gormley, Should We Ditch the Independent Prosecutor Law? (Dialogue with Professor Akhil Reed Amar), Slate Magazine, February 16-19, 1999.

Reapportioning Election Districts: An Exercise in Self-Preservation

Ken Gormley, Reapportioning Election Districts: An Exercise in Self-PreservationUSA Today Magazine, January, 1997.

Charles Hamilton Houston, Thurgood Marshall, and the Civil Rights Movement

Ken Gormley, Charles Hamilton Houston, Thurgood Marshall, and the Civil Rights Movement78 A.B.A. J. 62 (June, 1992).

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