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Stetson University College of Law has selected Leland Ware as the recipient of this years William A. Kaplin Award.
The Center for Excellence in Higher Education Law and Policy at Stetson University established the award in honor of Professor William A. Kaplin to recognize scholars who have published works on education law that embrace the intersection of law and policy.
Ware is the Louis L. Redding Chair and Professor of Law & Public Policy at the University of Delaware where he also teaches Africana Studies. He has a bachelors degree in history from Fisk University and a Juris Doctor from Boston College of Law.
Wares research focuses on civil rights and civil liberties law, employment law and constitutional law. His book A Century of Segregation: Race, Class, and Disadvantage (Lexington Books 1998) explains how race and class intersect in ways that uniquely disadvantage African Americans and other racial minorities.
He has authored more than 100 articles in academic journals and other publications on various aspects of civil rights law and co-authored two books, Brown v. Board of Education: Caste, Culture and the Constitution and Choosing Equality: Essays and Narratives on the Desegregation Experience. Prior to his work in academia, Ware was a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice.
The award ceremony will take place as part of the 41st Annual National Conference on Law and Higher Education, January 29 - February 3, 2020, in Clearwater Beach, Florida. The conference is designed to provide attendees with the vision, motivation, and intensely practical tools needed to return to campus to meet the dynamic law and policy challenges in higher education. It features the top thinkers, lawyers, and authors in the field.
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