Kenneth W. Dam, former University of Chicago provost and longtime professor who served as deputy secretary in the U.S. Departments of Treasury and State, died on May 31. He was 89.
Dam was elected to The American Law Institute in 1969, early in a career that was ...Continue Reading
ALI regularly reports on the passing of members in its quarterly newsletter, The ALI Reporter. Below is the In Memoriam section from the spring 2022 edition.
Walter Dellinger, III – Washington, DC
Peter J. Henning – Detroit, MI
Donald C. Lubick – Chevy Chase, MD
Richard J ...
Michael A. Olivas, a member of The American Law Institute since 1987, died on April 21. As an ALI member, Olivas took part in the Members Consultative Group for the Principles of the Law, Student Sexual Misconduct: Procedural Frameworks for Colleges and Universities, and Restatement of the Law ...Continue Reading
ALI regularly reports on the passing of members in its quarterly newsletter, The ALI Reporter. Below is the In Memoriam section from the winter 2022 edition.
Richard Olaf Cunningham – Washington, DC
J. Dean Morgan – Seattle, WA
Scott C. Moriearty – Cambridge, MA
Stephen D. Sugarman – Berkeley, CA ...
Walter E. Dellinger III died on February 16. He was 80.
He was a partner at O’Melveny and the Douglas B. Maggs Professor Emeritus of Law at Duke Law School. He served as assistant attorney general and head of the Office of Legal Counsel under the Clinton ...Continue Reading