Howard Shelanski Wins Rutter Award for Teaching Distinction
Professor Howard Shelanski '92, the winner of this year's Rutter Award for Teaching Distinction, will be honored at a reception on Tuesday, April 27. The annual award is presented in the spring semester to a Boalt Hall professor who has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to teaching.
Professor Shelanski's research focuses on antitrust, regulation and telecommunications law. He has served as chief economist of the Federal Communications Commission and senior economist to the President's Council of Economic Advisers. His recent projects include "Merger Policy and Innovation: Must Enforcement Change to Account for Technological Change?" for the National Bureau of Economic Research and Merger Remedies in American and European Union Competition Law.
The reception will be held at 3:30 p.m. in the Goldberg Room. All students and the Boalt community are invited to attend. The Rutter Award was established in 1995 by William A. Rutter, a philanthropist, lawyer, educator and author who has been part of the legal profession for more than 45 years. For more information about the award, please contact Linda Anderberg at 510-643-8010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.