Research Associate, Governance Project, R Street Institute
Anthony Marcum is research associate with the governance team at the R Street Institute. His research and writing focus mainly on issues concerning the federal judiciary.
Anthony joined R Street in June 2018. Previously, he was a litigation attorney in Michigan, practicing in state and federal court. Before that, Anthony served as a law clerk in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia and U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire.
Anthony holds a BA from Ohio State University, a JD from Rutgers Law School, and an LL.M from Georgetown University Law Center. He was an Eagleton Institute of Politics Legislative Fellow from 2013-2014. He lives in Arlington, Virginia with his wife, Meredith.
(This piece by Anthony Marcum and James Wallner originally appeared in Politico.) Republican efforts to confirm a third Supreme Court justice in President Trump’s first term have reignited the… Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted Congress. According to GovTrack, 72 members of Congress so far “have been quarantined, tested positive for COVID-19, or came in contact with someone with COVID-19.”… Read More
(This post originally appeared on rstreet.org.) The recent death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the forthcoming nomination of her replacement by President Trump has spurred numerous debates… Read More
The Brennan Center’s Elizabeth Gotien, and R Street’s Casey Burgat, Anthony Marcum, and James Wallner discuss Congressional Capacity and the Endless War in Afghanistan & Syria at the Legislative Branch… Read More
Wednesday’s House Oversight Committee hearing featuring President Donald Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen was what many expected it to be: largely scripted, with dramatic and partisan-tailored questions designed either to… Read More
Websites often use paywalls, barring nonpaying readers from viewing their most exclusive content, to generate revenue and gain new subscribers. While many readers expect paywalls when scrolling through the online… Read More
With control of the House for the first time since 2011, Democrats have proposed a number of legislative initiatives, including ways to reform the federal judiciary. Indeed, following the confirmation… Read More