Friday, March 20, 2009

ConLaw Prof named new Dean at William & Mary

According to a press release, Davison M. Douglas, a Con Law Prof at William & Mary Law School since 1990, has been named Dean.


Douglas' areas of constitutional specialties include race, religions, and elections.  Perhaps his best known work is the legal-historical account, Jim Crow Moves North: The Battle over Northern School Segregation, 1865-1954 (Cambridge University Press 2005).


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Having taken Dave's constitutional law and employment law courses and having sought his guidance on numerous occasions while editing William & Mary's constitutional law journal, I can say without question that the school has made an excellent decision selecting him as the next dean. Receptive to his students and respected by his peers, the school and its administration will benefit greatly from the dedication, diligence, and drive he always exhibited in the classroom and academic context.

Congratulations both to Dave and Marshall-Wythe!

Posted by: J.D. Mekeel | Mar 24, 2009 2:52:45 PM

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