William Baude Wins Federalist Society’s Paul M. Bator Award
University of Chicago Law School professor and ALI member William Baude was awarded the Paul M. Bator Award. This prestigious award, presented by the Federalist Society, is given to academics under the age of 40 who have demonstrated excellence in legal scholarship, a commitment to teaching, a concern for students, and who have made a significant public impact.
Professor Baude is the Neubauer Family Assistant Professor of Law and reaches federal courts and constitutional law. Currently, his research projects include papers in constitutional law, legal interpretation, and conflicts of law. His most recent work includes “Constitutional Liquidation” and a new edition of the textbook, “The Constitution of the United States.” Professor Baude serves as an Adviser for the Conflict of Laws project.
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