Lorianne Updike Toler, BA, JD, MSt
(Visiting Professor)

Penn State University

Law School

constitutional law, comparative constitutional law, comparative law, constitutional history, legal history, state constitutional law
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About Me

Lorianne Updike Toler is a constitutional scholar and Visiting Associate Professor at Penn State Law. She is also an Assistant Professor at Northern Illinois University College of Law and an Affiliated Faculty Fellow at Yale Law School's Information Society Project. Previously, she was an Olin Searle Fellow at Yale Law School's Information Society Project and the president of Libertas Constitutional Consulting, where she specialized in constitution-writing best practices, working on and living in Libya and the MENA region.  She helped found The Quill Project at Oxford and was the founding president of The Constitutional Sources Project (www.ConSource.org) in Washington, DC (now owned by Quill). A graduate of Brigham Young University‚Äôs School of Communications (magna cum laude) and Law School (magna cum laude) and Oxford (MSt), Updike Toler has published, spoken, and taught on US constitutional history, comparative constitutional history, and religious freedom.

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