Joyce Lee Malcolm

Joyce Lee Malcolm, Patrick Henry Professor of Constitutional Law and
the Second Amendment at the Antonin Scalia Law School of George Mason
University.

Professor Malcolm is an historian and constitutional scholar
active in the area of constitutional history, focusing on the development
of individual rights in Great Britain and America. She has been an engaged
supporter of ACTA through her years of service on the Council of Scholars,
a distinguished group of academics who advise ACTA on academic policy
matters. Professor Malcolm has previously taught at Princeton University,
Bentley College, Boston University, Northeastern University, and Cambridge
University.

She has written many books and peer-reviewed articles on British
constitutional and criminal law, U.S. constitutional law, individual rights, and
the Second Amendment. Professor Malcolm’s essays have appeared in a wide
range of national publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the Financial
Times, and USA Today. She is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Her
2009 book, Peter’s War: A New England Slave Boy and the American Revolution,
was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 2010. Her newest book is The Tragedy of
Benedict Arnold: An American Life.