December 26, 2008
Professor Dan Dobbs Receives 2009 William L. Prosser Award
From the announcement e-mail:
Dan Dobbs will receive the William Prosser award for outstanding contributions to Torts scholarship, teaching, and service at this year's AALS Torts Section Meeting.
Professor Dan B. Dobbs, the Regents & Rosentiel Distinguished Professor of Law at the James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona, has been a leading light in the field of Torts for the past 45 years. An expert in both torts and remedies, he is the author of leading treatises in each area: The Law of Torts and The Law of Remedies. He is also the co-author of prominent Torts and Advanced Torts casebooks, as well as dozens of book chapters and articles on the comparative, procedural, substantive and remedial aspects of tort.
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