Professor Werhan joined the faculty in 1989 from Western New England School of Law, where he had taught since 1982. In 1988-89, he taught at Tulane as a visiting faculty member. Previously, he was an attorney in the Civil Division of the US Department of Justice and practiced law at Winston and Strawn, Washington, DC. Professor Werhan is the author of Freedom of Speech (Praeger Press, 2004) and of Principles of Administrative Law (Thomson/West 2007). He has written articles on administrative law, federal jurisdiction, and constitutional law, including the speech and religion clauses of the First Amendment. His teaching is in the areas of administrative law and constitutional law. The Tulane Law graduating classes of 2006 and 2012 selected Professor Werhan as the recipient of the Felix Frankfurter Distinguished Teaching Award. He served as Vice Dean of the Law School from 1995 to 1998.
Fall 2012 - Constitutional Law: Freedom of Speech & Press; Federal Courts
Spring 2013 - Constitutional Law I; Administrative Law
Other courses - Constitution & Religion Seminar; Constitutional Law: Freedom of Religion