Stephen L. Mikochik is a professor emeritus at Temple Law School in Philadelphia where he taught Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence for over thirty years. Before joining the Temple faculty, he was an expert on disability law with the Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice. For several years, he chaired the National Catholic Partnership on Disability, established four decades ago to implement the 1978 Pastoral Statement on People with Disabilities of the U.S. Catholic bishops. He has published extensively on the civil rights of disabled people, focusing particularly on current threats to their right to life. His courses at Ave Maria School of Law examine constitutional theory in light of Catholic moral teaching.
- Fourteenth Amendment; Equality and the Law.
- LL.M., Harvard Law School
- J.D., Fordham Law School
- M.A. in Rel. Studies, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary
- M.A. in Phil., Temple University