Breyer named professor at Harvard Law

Previous Supreme Courtroom Justice Stephen Breyer has been appointed to be a professor at Harvard Legislation University, the school announced in a release on Friday

Breyer graduated from Harvard Law College in 1964 and taught there for additional than a ten years, from 1967 to 1980. His professorship was beforehand held by previous Supreme Courtroom Justice Felix Frankfurter in advance of he was appointed to the court. 

Breyer stated in the launch that he is pleased to return to Harvard to educate, produce and motivate upcoming generations who are intrigued in law. 

“Among other items, I will likely attempt to explain why I believe that it essential that the subsequent generations of those involved with the legislation engage in function, and consider techniques to regulation, that help the excellent American constitutional experiment operate efficiently for the American people today,” he stated. 

Breyer, who is 83 decades outdated, served on the Supreme Courtroom for virtually 30 yrs following becoming appointed by President Invoice Clinton. He retired from the court docket last month and was succeeded by Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, the 1st Black girl to serve on the courtroom. 

Harvard Law School Dean John Manning mentioned in the launch that Breyer is a “historic jurist and planet-course lawful scholar” with a record serving as a college member. 

“His brilliance, practical experience, collegiality, openness, and intellectual inquisitiveness will deeply enrich our community and progress our mission of teaching, scholarship, and assistance,” he stated. 

Breyer has composed extensively on a lot of topics such as administrative and regulatory plan, comparative constitutional regulation and constitutional interpretation, the university pointed out. He has also published additional than 50 % a dozen textbooks and dozens of law review publications.