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Justin Driver Wins 2013 Cromwell Article Prize

Professor Justin Driver has been awarded the 2013 Cromwell Article Prize which is given by the William Nelson Cromwell Foundation for “the best article in American legal history published by an early career scholar,” according to its website. The award was announced during the American Society for Legal History annual meeting Nov. 9 in South […]


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Professor Justin Driver to give presentation on “The Constitutional Conservatism of the Warren Court” at Junior Faculty Forum at Harvard Law School, June 1, 2012

Justin Driver, an assistant professor at the Law School, will give a presentation on “The Constitutional Conservatism of the Warren Court” at the Junior Faculty Forum at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on June 1, 2012.


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Professor Justin Driver writes New Republic cover story on “Obama’s Law”

UT Law Professor Justin Driver has written the cover story for the June 30, 2011, edition of The New Republic. His article, “Obama’s Law,” explores President Obama’s legal philosophy and its troubling consequences.


Opinion: Assistant Professor Justin Driver reviews Justice Brennan: Liberal Champion in the New Republic

Justin Driver, an assistant professor at the Law School, has written a review of Seth Stern and Stephen Wermiel’s Justice Brennan: Liberal Champion in the New Republic.


Professor Justin Driver, Judge Diane Wood honored for exemplary legal writing by the Green Bag

The Green Bag Almanac & Reader 2011 includes writing by two members of the UT Law community—Professor Justin Driver and Judge Diane Wood, ’75. The collection recognizes outstanding legal writing from a variety of sources.


Opinion: “It’s Alive: Can Elena Kagan save the legal left?,” by Justin Driver in the New Republic

Assistant Professor Justin Driver has written an article in the New Republic about the U.S. Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan.


Opinion: Assistant Professor Justin Driver on “The Stevens Myth,” in the New Republic

Justin Driver, an assistant professor at the Law School, has written an article in the New Republic wondering why everyone has fallen for Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens’s “self-serving narrative.”