Manning elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

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John F. Manning ’85, the Bruce Bromley Professor of Law at Harvard and an expert in administrative law, statutory interpretation, separation of powers law and the federal courts, has been elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

“John’s vital and meticulous scholarship, superb expertise in practice and theory of public law, and leadership in the academy and beyond are rivaled only by his excellence as a teacher and colleague,” said Dean Martha Minow. “This selection reflects the high regard in which he is held around the country and it an honor so well deserved.”

This year, 198 individuals were selected to join the AAAS, one of the nation’s most prestigious honorary societies, whose ranks include scholars, scientists, writers, artists, politicians, and civic, corporate and philanthropic leaders. Other Harvard Law School alumni who were elected to the 2013 Class are: Glenn Hutchins ’83, a co-founder and CEO of Silver Lake, a private equity firm; Yale Law Professor and former Harvard Law School Professor Christine Jolls ’93; Dan M. Kahan ’89, a Yale Law Professor who also taught at HLS as a visiting professor; John G. Levi ’72, LL.M. ’73, a partner at Sidley Austin, in Chicago, and chairman of the Legal Services board of directors; and U.S. District Court Judge for the Southern District of New York Jed Rakoff ’69.

Read more on the Harvard Law School website.