Stephen E. Sachs to Join Harvard Law School Faculty
Stephen E. Sachs will be joining Harvard Law School as the inaugural Antonin Scalia Professor of Law, effective July 1.
“I am delighted to join the faculty of Harvard Law School, where I took my first law school class from Charles Donahue as a medieval history undergraduate, and where I spent many happy hours reading through old statutes in Langdell,” said Sachs in the Harvard Law announcement. “I am particularly honored to serve as the inaugural Antonin Scalia Professor, in recognition of Justice Scalia’s legacy in the law.”
Sachs is a member of the Judicial Conference’s Advisory Committee on Appellate Rules, and serves as an Adviser to ALI’s Restatement of the Law Third, Conflict of Laws. He is a scholar of civil procedure, constitutional law, Anglo-American legal history, and conflict of laws.
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