“Justice Scalia had a singular impact on statutory analysis and legal thought.”
This is great news. It’s awesome to see a conservative honored by academia.
The College Fix reports:
New Harvard Law professorship honors Antonin Scalia
Harvard Law School has announced the establishment of the Antonin Scalia Professorship of Law in honor of the late US Supreme Court justice.
The professorship is endowed by the Considine Family Foundation, the benefactors both Harvard graduates (Terry from the Law School in 1968, and Betsy from the Business School in 1977).
“Justice Scalia had a singular impact on statutory analysis and legal thought. He also had a great love of learning, so it is especially meaningful that he will be honored with a professorship that will provide enduring support for teaching and scholarship at the Law School and beyond,” said Martha Minow, dean of the Law School.
“We are deeply grateful to the Considine Family Foundation for endowing this professorship, which stands as both a testament to Justice Scalia’s legacy on the Supreme Court and as a vote of confidence in a new generation of scholars.”
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