Robin Kar was awarded the 2020 Wayne R. LaFave Award for Scholarly Excellence for his article, co-authored with Margaret Jane Radin, “Pseudo-Contract and Shared Meaning Analysis,” 132 Harvard Law Review 1135, 2019. This award was established in 2002 by Michael Moore, the Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. Chair, and Heidi Hurd, the Ross and Helen Workman Chair in Law. The award was established in honor of Professor Wayne LaFave, whose remarkable scholarly legacy in criminal law and procedure is best honored through the recognition of work that is of matching ambition and importance.
Jeremy McClane was awarded the 2020 Carroll P. Hurd Award for Scholarly Excellence for his article, “Boilerplate and the Impact of Disclosure in Securities Dealmaking,” 72 Vanderbilt Law Review 191, 2019. The Carroll P. Hurd Award for Scholarly Excellence was established in 2002, also by Michael Moore and Heidi Hurd, in honor of Carroll Parsons Hurd, whose work as a political theorist and lawyer elevated theoretical curiosity and intellectual rigor above all other virtues.