Matthew P. Harrington is Professor of Law in the Faculty of Laws in the University of Montreal. A graduate of McGill University (B.Th.), Boston University (J.D.) and the University of Pennsylvania (S.J.D.), Mr. Harrington teaches constitutional law and property. His research interests centre on the problem of judicial review as well as the economic origins of modern property rights. Harrington’s most recent book is entitled The Jay and Ellsworth Courts and is a study of the origins of the United States Supreme Court . Various works on property rights and judicial review have been published in Wisconsin Law Review, Hastings Law Journal, and the George Washington University Law Review.