R. Ross awarded for outstanding scholarship

Friday, May 10, 2013

Professor Richard Ross has been awarded the College of Law’s Carroll P. Hurd Award for Excellence in Faculty Scholarship for his article, “Distinguishing Eternal from Transient Law: Natural Law and the Judicial Law of Moses” Past and Present 217 (Nov. 2012): 79-115.

Given to the most outstanding piece of faculty scholarship published in the previous year, the award was established in 2002 by Heidi Hurd, the David C. Baum Professor of Law, and Michael Moore, the Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. Chair. They established the award to honor her father, Carroll P. Hurd, who has had a long, varied, and distinguished career as a political scientist, university administrator, and indigenous rights lawyer.