The Inaugural Thomas M. Cooley Book Prize goes to Professor Lawson and coauthor Guy Seidman for A Great Power of Attorney.
Tag: Gary Lawson
Faculty, students, and guests gathered to examine Lawson’s interpretation of the fiduciary role of the US Constitution.
A Great Power of Attorney: Understanding the Fiduciary Constitution, co-written with Guy Seidman, interprets how the Constitution grants limited powers to national government.
School of Law’s Gary Lawson wins a Metcalf Award.
Philip S. Beck Professor of Law Gary Lawson’s new book advances the way we think about the law.
Naomi Mann and Gary Lawson will be honored with Metcalf Awards at the University-wide Commencement on May 21.
Evidence of the Law: Proving Legal Claims offers vocabulary and a new way of thinking about legal claims.
Gary Lawson featured in Library of Law & Liberty.
Gary Lawson quoted in “Yes, Steve Bannon, Go Ahead and Deconstruct the Administrative State,” Standard-Examiner.
Gary Lawson quoted in “The Hidden Heart of Unaccountable Big Government,” New York Post.