Prof. Orin Kerr to Serve as a Law Library of Congress Scholar-in-Residence
Professor Orin Kerr has been selected by the Law Library of Congress to serve as a Scholar-in-Residence as part of a program hosted by the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation Program on Demography, Technology and Criminal Justice. Over the two-year duration of the grant, Orin is expected to host several events at the Library of Congress, and to produce a paper on how new technologies affect criminal law. Although dubbed a “Scholar-in-Residence” position, Orin will carry out these duties from his position at the Law School. You can read more about Orin’s appointment on the Library of Congress website.
Congratulations to Orin on this well-deserved honor!