Zach Lang is a PhD candidate in political science at the Truman School of Government and Public Affairs and a graduate fellow at the Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy. His subfields are American Politics and Public Policy. His research focusses on federalism and constitutionalism. His dissertation examines the rise in multi-state litigation against the Federal Government in recent decades, mostly focusing on the role of attorneys general and variation between state's participation and interests in this growing phenomenon.
B.A. Government, St. Lawrence University, May 2019