Accomplishments & Accolades

Fall 2004

Accomplishments & Accolades

Congratulations to the following HAN members on the move:

Stuart Buck (LSC 00) graduated from Harvard Law in 2000 and clerked for David Nelson on the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and Stephen Williams on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.  He moved on to work at the law firm of Hughes & Luce in Dallas, and is currently an associate at Kellogg Huber, telecommuting from his home in Arkansas.

HAN member Steven Duffield (LSC 98) is Senate Republican Policy Committee Judiciary Policy Analyst and Counsel.

Matt Miller (LSC 02) joined the firm of Hughes & Luce, LLP in Dallas, Texas. In his new position, he enjoys litigating land-use issues on behalf of property owners.

Chris Atkins (LSC 00) joined the Tax Foundation as staff attorney. For the past three years, Chris served as Director of Tax and Fiscal Policy at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).

Rosemary Yu (LSC 04) is a 3rd year law student at Catholic University and serves as editorial assistant on the Law Review and Secretary of the Student Bar Association.

Christopher Armstrong (LSC 04), also a 3rd year law student at Catholic University, serves as Associate Editor of the Law Review. He is Vice President of the Student Bar Association and President of the National Republican Law Students Association.

Please keep us updated on job changes, publications and other accomplishments by emailing us at general@ij.org.

Putting the Action in Human Action Network!

IJ wishes to thank HAN members Damian Najman (LSC 03) and Rachel Clark (LSC 96) for critical assistance on recent IJ projects:

Damian Najman, a 3L at Columbia Law School, assisted in IJs litigation defending Floridas Opportunity Scholarship Program by translating documents into Spanish for review by parents in Miami benefiting from the school choice program.

Rachel Clark, currently an associate with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in Washington, D.C., drafted an amicus brief for the Institute for Justice in an eminent domain abuse case before the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The brief argues that a trial court ruling holding that property owners may not challenge a private developers demand for cash payment in exchange for not exercising the governmental power of eminent domain must be overturned.



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