Professor Jeremy Waldron

University Professor of Law, New York University School of Law since 2006
BA, LLB, MA, DPhil, FBA
Quondam Fellow since 2014
During academic year 2012/2013, Jeremy Waldron continued work on human dignity, institutional political theory, and jurisprudence, publishing twelve articles, most notably How Law Protects Dignity (Cambridge Law Journal), Separation of Powers (Boston College Law Review), and Stare Decisis and the Rule of Law (Michigan Law Review). He also delivered a number of public lectures, including; Jurisprudence for Hedgehogs (on the last phase of the late Ronald Dworkin’s philosophy of law) at Queen’s University Law School, in Kingston, Ontario; and Dirtying One's Hands by Working with Others, at Office and Responsibility: A Symposium in Honor of Dennis Thompson, at Harvard University.