Robert K. Stumberg is a professor of law at Georgetown University and the director of the Harrison Institute for Public Law. Stumberg is the author of recent work on government purchasing power and the impact of trade agreements on government authority. These publications include Turning a Blind Eye: Respecting Human Rights in Government Purchasing and Safeguards for Tobacco Control: Options for the TPPA. His previous work covered trade in services, legislation, economic development, community lending, and housing policy.

His past positions include service as policy director of the Center for Policy Alternatives in Washington, D.C. He serves on the board of directors of the Center for the Study of Services, publisher of Consumers’ Checkbook magazine. Stumberg’s past service includes chairman of the AALS Section on Legislation, chairman of Susanna Wesley House, and board member of the Forum on Democracy and Trade. He has also previously worked with the Committee of 100 on the Federal City, the D.C. Housing Action Council, and the D.C. Mutual Housing Association.

Stumberg obtained his B.A. from Macalester College and a J.D. and LL.M. from Georgetown University.

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