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Professor Richardson Recognized by AALS with the Clyde Ferguson Award

Professor Henry Richardson has been recognized by the Minority Groups Section of the Association of American Law Schools with the Clyde Ferguson Award, which is the highest award bestowed by the Section.

The Clyde Ferguson Award is given to "an outstanding law teacher, who in the course of his or her career has achieved excellence in the areas of public service, teaching and scholarship." The award is particularly intended for law professors "who have provided support, encouragement, and mentoring to colleagues, students, and aspiring legal educators." Professor Richardson has a long and distinguished record of international service and activism and has published widely on international law and development questions in Africa, legal questions arising from the anti-apartheid movement relative to South Africa, international protection of human rights, self determination, international law and African-Americans, and the interpretation of international law through critical race theory. He teaches courses on international law, constitutional law and foreign policy, international human rights and international organizations.

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