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Bradley Prize for Randy Barnett

Hearty congratulations to Georgetown law professor Randy Barnett, who has just been named a recipient of one of the four 2014 Bradley Prizes for outstanding achievement. Here’s an excerpt from the press release (which I haven’t been able to find online):

“Randy Barnett’s vigorous and fearless advocacy of the Constitution is essential to preserving freedom,” said Michael W. Grebe, President and CEO of the Bradley Foundation.  “As a professor and an attorney, Randy Barnett is a key defender of the rule of law.”

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