George P. Fletcher
B.A., California (Berkeley) (1960) J.D., Chicago (1964) M.C.L. (1965) Город: New York, USA
The Columbia University. The Columbia Law School
Cardozo Professor of Jurisprudence
B.A., California (Berkeley), 1960; J.D., Chicago, 1964; M.C.L., 1965. Admitted to California Bar, 1969. Began teaching law in 1965. Professor of law at the University of California (Los Angeles), 1969-83. Joined the Columbia faculty in 1983. Visiting professorships in Jerusalem, 1972-73 and 1993; Harvard, 1973-74; Yale, 1977; Frankfurt, 1980; Budapest, 1990; Brussels, 1991; Toronto, 2001; and Hamburg, 2002. Associated with the Hartman Center in Jerusalem and the Max Planck Institute in Freiburg. Winner of the German Wissenschaftspreis 1995. Delivered Storrs Lectures at Yale, 2001. Has published eight books: Rethinking Criminal Law (1978), which received an Order of the Coif award (1980); A Crime of Self-Defense: Bernhard Goetz and the Law on Trial (1988), which received the ABA Silver Gavel Award (1989); Loyalty: An Essay on the Morality of Relationships (1993); With Justice for Some: Victims' Rights in Criminal Trials (1995); Basic Concepts of Legal Thought (1996); Basic Concepts of Criminal Law (1998); Our Secret Constitution: How Lincoln Redefined American Democracy (2001), designated by the American Association of Publishers as the best book on law published in 2001; and Romantics at War: Glory and Guilt in the Age of Terrorism (2002). Publications include more than a hundred major articles on criminal law, comparative law, torts, and jurisprudence. Current fields of interest include international criminal law, the jurisprudence of war, and biblical jurisprudence.
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