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Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Professor Reva Siegel Elected Honorary Fellow of the American Society for Legal History
Nicholas deB. Katzenbach Professor of Law Reva Siegel ’86 has been elected an Honorary Fellow of the American Society for Legal History, the highest honor the Society can confer. The Society’s Honorary Fellowship recognizes distinguished historians whose scholarship has shaped the broad discipline of legal history and influenced the work of others.
Founded in 1956 to foster interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching in the broad field of legal history, The American Society for Legal History (ASLH) is based in the United States but its purview and membership are international in scope. The Society holds an annual meeting each fall, giving historians, law professors, graduate students, lawyers, and judges from around the world an opportunity to gather and meet fellow travelers and to present and discuss their scholarship. Professor Siegel was announced as a new Honorary Fellow at the Society’s 2013 meeting in Miami earlier this month.