Jay Tidmarsh

Notre Dame Law School


Professor of Law

  • Complex civil litigation
  • Civil procedure
  • Federal courts
  • Environmental torts
  • Professional malpractice

Tidmarsh in the News

Miles Davis Tattoo Extra Verdict Plays Into Possible Appeal

But civil procedure law professor Jay Tidmarsh of the University of Notre Dame said because the jury had made a determination about an issue that was tried, nothing concrete bars an appeals court from taking heed of it.


One Year Later, The Massive Litigation Over Astroworld Is Just Getting Started

“Settlements are the way these cases almost always end,” says Jay Tidmarsh, a professor at Notre Dame Law School and an expert in complex civil litigation. “They make sense because of the risks of loss on both sides as well as the cost of litigation.”

Bloomberg Law

Circuit Court Lotteries a Symptom of Gridlock and Gamesmanship

That may be true, but Jay Tidmarsh, a professor at the University of Notre Dame Law School, who is an expert in complex civil litigation and civil procedure, said there’s also been more willingness among state officials in recent years to go to court to challenge their opposing party’s administrative proposals.

Washington Times

Feds ponder how much to pay illegal immigrants in compensation

Jay Tidmarsh, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame, suggested the World War II internments as a comparable framework.