David Barron

Hon. David Barron

U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit

David Barron was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in May 2014. He graduated from Harvard College in 1989 and Harvard Law School in 1994. From 1989 to 1991, he worked as a newspaper reporter. After graduating from law school, he clerked for Judge Stephen R. Reinhardt of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, from 1994 to 1995, and for Justice John Paul Stevens of the United States Supreme Court, from 1995 to 1996. He then worked as an attorney advisor for the Office of Legal Counsel of the United States Department of Justice, from 1996 to 1999. In 1999, Barron became an Assistant Professor at Harvard Law School. He became a full Professor at Harvard Law School in 2004, where he worked until he rejoined the Justice Department as Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel, from 2009 to 2010. He then returned to the Harvard Law School faculty in 2010, where he was named the S. William Green Professor of Public Law in 2011, and worked until his appointment to the federal bench in 2014. Currently, Barron is the Honorable S. William Green Visiting Professor of Public Law at Harvard Law School. Barron has published articles in the Harvard Law Review, the Stanford Law Review, and the Yale Law Journal. His book, Waging War, won the 2017 William E. Colby Award.​

2013 National Lawyers Convention

2013 National Lawyers Convention

Textualism and the Role of Judges

The Mayflower Hotel
Washington, DC 20036
Speakers:
Jonathan H. AdlerMarvin AmmoriPaul S. AtkinsMartin Neil BailyJohn S. BakerDavid BaltoRachel BarkowRandy E. BarnettThomas O. BarnettDavid BarronCarlos T. BeaPaul J. BeardJohn BeisnerMitchell BermanLillian R. BeVierStephanos BibasSteven G. BradburyJoel F. BrennerTimothy P. CarneyRoger B. CleggEdith Brown ClementPaul D. ClementDavid D. ColeTed CruzJohn F. DuffyKyle DuncanFrank H. EasterbrookJohn C. EastmanJennifer Walker ElrodJohn ElwoodRichard A. EpsteinWilliam N. EskridgeMiguel EstradaJörg FedtkeRichard W. FieldsNoel J. FranciscoEric M. FreedmanJohn FundWilliam A. GalstonRobert P. GeorgeDouglas H. GinsburgAbbe R. GluckNeil GorsuchThomas B. GriffithRandall D. GuynnPhilip A. HamburgerThomas M. HardimanKristin HickmanJames L. HuffmanScott W. JohnsonEdith H. JonesBrett M. KavanaughAshley KellerRaymond KethledgeF. Scott KieffAndrew KoppelmanWilliam KuntzMartin S. LedermanMichael S. LeeLeonard A. LeoAdam LiptakRobert E. LitanMargaret (Peggy) LittleJane MagoKenneth L. MarcusJohn O. McGinnisDavid M. McIntoshThomas W. MerrillEugene B. MeyerRobert MikosJonathan T. MolotThomas D. MorganPatrick MorriseyAlan B. MorrisonMichael B. MukaseyBurt NeuborneVictoria NourseJide Okechuku NzelibeEileen J. O'ConnorDiarmuid F. O'ScannlainMaureen K. OhlhausenWalter K. OlsonAjit V. PaiRichard PrimusWilliam H. PryorJeremy A. RabkinA. Raymond RandolphJohn N. RaudabaughMichelle RichardsonJ RoschNicholas Quinn RosenkranzPaul RosenzweigErin RyanJoshua SarnoffDavid S. SchoenbrodReva SiegelJerry E. SmithStewart E. SterkDavid StrasNadine StrossenDiane S. SykesGeorge J. TerwilligerClarence ThomasJonathan R. TurleyTimothy M. TymkovichVincent VitkowskyEugene VolokhScott WalkerSeth P. WaxmanJ. Harvie WilkinsonJ WilkinsonIStephen F. WilliamsJoshua D. WrightElizabeth WydraWilliam R. YeomansJohn C. Yoo
Topics: Civil Rights • Free Speech & Election Law • Criminal Law & Procedure • Corporations, Securities & Antitrust • Labor & Employment Law • Religious Liberties • Intellectual Property • Administrative Law & Regulation • Federalism & Separation of Powers • Environmental Law & Property Rights • International & National Security Law • Telecommunications & Electronic Media • Litigation • Professional Responsibility & Legal Education
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2012 National Lawyers Convention

2012 National Lawyers Convention

The Future of U.S. Constitutional Law in the Supreme Court

The Mayflower Hotel
Washington, DC 20036
Speakers:
Samuel A. AlitoJohn A. AllisonHelen AlvareAkhil Reed AmarKenneth AndersonHadley P. ArkesJohn S. BakerJonathan D. BakerRandy E. BarnettMichael S. BarrDavid BarronH BartolomucciCarlos T. BeaJoel BurcatSteven G. CalabresiStanley Carlson-ThiesLee A. CaseyRonald A. CassPaul D. ClementJorge ContrerasDaniel A. CraneTed CruzWalter E. DellingerWalter DellingerIChristopher C. DeMuthJames C. DunlopFrank H. EasterbrookJohn C. EastmanJennifer Walker ElrodRichard A. EpsteinDaniel M. GallagherMerrick B. GarlandRobert R. GasawayHeather K. GerkenNeil GorsuchC. Boyden GrayThomas B. GriffithPhilip A. HamburgerWilliam HarafThomas M. HardimanGail HeriotJeffrey S. JacobsonEdith H. JonesTimothy S. JostNeal K. KatyalBrett M. KavanaughJohn R. KozaAlex KozinskiJulian KuWilliam KuntzMichael S. LeeNelson LundWilliam P. MarshallJames R. MayMichael W. McConnellRobert M. McDowellJohn O. McGinnisGregory S. McNealJoanne MederoWilliam (Chip) MellorRobert T. MillerAlan B. MorrisonAdam MossoffMichael B. MukaseyRobert G. NatelsonMartin J. NewhouseDiarmuid F. O'ScannlainMaureen K. OhlhausenMark Sheldon PerryWilliam H. PryorRandall R. RaderA. Raymond RandolphMelissa RogersTara RossRonald D. RotundaEdward L. RubinAntonin ScaliaRick ScottCraig SegallTheodore M. ShawJerry E. SmithMargaret D. StockDavid StrasNadine StrossenDiane S. SykesGeorge J. TerwilligerPeter A. ThielMark TushnetTimothy M. TymkovichMichael UhlmannKenneth L. WainsteinJ. Harvie WilkinsonJ WilkinsonIDon WillettStephen F. Williams
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2012 Annual Student Symposium

2012 Annual Student Symposium

Bureaucracy Unbound: Can Limited Government and the Administrative State Co-Exist?

Stanford Law School
Stanford, CA 94305
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2011 Annual Student Symposium