Evan Caminker
Evan Caminker

Evan Caminker is the former dean, and currently the Branch Rickey Collegiate Professor of Law, at the University of Michigan Law School. He is a 1986 graduate of Yale Law School and a former clerk to Justice William Brennan, Jr. He was a Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Office of Legal Counsel during the Clinton Administration, and he recently spent several years as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney specializing in appellate work in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Detroit. He is a constitutional law expert, currently focusing among other things on government surveillance issues.

Columns by Evan Caminker
Woulda Coulda Shoulda: Were, And Are, Mueller’s Hands Really Tied From Saying Whether President Trump Committed Indictable Crimes?

Michigan law professor Evan Caminker considers whether Special Counsel Robert Mueller could have—and whether he can yet—opine on whether President Trump committed a federal crime in obstructing justice. Caminker argues that if Mueller is subpoenaed to testify before Congress, he should say more than he did in his report.