Rutherglen Awarded Traynor Prize
The award was established in 1994 with a gift by Madeline Traynor in honor of her husband, a former Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court and a visiting professor at the Law School during the late 1960s. The honor, which provides $5,000 to the recipient, is given every other year to a senior faculty member.
"I'm very grateful for the recognition from my colleagues on the faculty and especially for an award named in honor of Roger Traynor, who was one of the most distinguished graduates from Boalt Hall, from which I graduated too," said Rutherglen.
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