Interviste a: John Garvey
John H. Garvey è presidente della Catholic University of America. Dopo la laurea all’ Università di Notre Dame nel 1970, ha svolto un master in Studi Teologici alla Harvard Divinity School (1970-71), ed è entrato alla Harvard Law School, dove ha ottenuto un JD nel 1974. E’ stato assistente di Irving R. Kaufman, per la Corte d’Appello degli Stati Uniti, (1974/5), membro della Morrison & Foerster (1975/6), e assistente del vice procuratore generale del Dipartimento di Giustizia degli Stati Uniti (1981-1984). Ha insegnato alla University of Kentucky College of Law, è stato visiting professor della University of Michigan Law School, professore alla Notre Dame Law School (1994-9) e preside del Boston College Law School dal 1999 al 2010.
John H. Garvey is the current President of the Catholic University of America. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1970. He was candidate for a Master of Theological Studies degree at Harvard Divinity School (1970-71), and then entered the Harvard Law School, where he earned a JD in 1974. He was law clerk to Irving R. Kaufman, United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit (1974/5), associate of Morrison & Foerster (1975/6), and assistant to the solicitor general, United States Department of Justice (1981-1984). He has taught at the University of Kentucky College of Law, was a visiting professor at the University of Michigan Law School, professor at the Notre Dame Law School (1994-9) and dean of the Boston College Law School from 1999 to 2010.