Adam J. MacLeod is Professor of Law at Faulkner University, Jones School of Law. He is also a Senior Scholar and former Thomas Edison Fellow at the Center for Intellectual Property x Innovation Policy at George Mason University and a Research Fellow of the Center for Religion, Culture, and Democracy. He has been a Visiting Fellow in the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University and teaches in the Madison Program's summer seminar on the Moral Foundations of Law. He is co-editor of the fourth edition of Christie and Martin’s Jurisprudence (West Academic 2020) and author of Property and Practical Reason (Cambridge University Press 2015) and other books. He has published more than one hundred articles, essays, and book reviews in subjects related to private law, jurisprudence, and rights theory, and he has written op-eds and essays in the Washington Post, Washington Times, National Review Online, New Boston Post, Public Discourse, and other venues of news and opinion. He is a graduate of Gordon College and the University of Notre Dame Law School. He clerked for judges of the Massachusetts Appeals Court and the United States District Court and has practiced law both in private practice and public service.
Visiting Fellow at MCC: November - December 2022