Friday, December 15, 2006


Deserving Dean

It's been announced over at Jurisdynamics that Professor Jim Chen will become the new dean of Brandeis School of Law at the Univeristy of Louisville.
Already heavy in the CV department, given that he was a Fulbright Scholar, earned his J.D. degree magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, served as an Executive Editor of the Harvard Law Review, and clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas of the Supreme Court, this is another well-deserved feather in his cap.
Many congratulations and all the best in this new position. Typical of his philosophy, that has shone throughout Jurisdynamics and all its affiliated sites, is this:
I hope that the School of Law will play a leading role in helping the law accomplish those things that law is best equipped to do: avoid conflicts, resolve them when they arise, build productive organizations and, ultimately, solve social problems.

Brandeis School of Law and the Univeristy of Louisville are lucky indeed.

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