Prof. David Friedman

Professor of Law, Santa Clara Law

Previously law faculty, University of Chicago Law School, taught Law and Economics, Patents and Trade Secrets, Computer Law, and Price Theory; professor, undergraduate and graduate levels, taught economics, business, and law, Cornell, Tulane, UCLA, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University, and University of Chicago.

He has many awards to his credit, including the National Science Foundation, Fellowship at the University of Chicago, and the Earhard Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Public and Urban Policy; named the John M. Olin Faculty Fellow, University of Chicago Law School from 1986 to 1993 and again from 1994 to 1995.

B.S., magna cum laude, Harvard University
M.S. and Ph.D., University of Chicago

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Publications and Multimedia
The Constitution and the Importance of Interpretation: Original Meaning - Event Audio/Video
Louisville Lawyers Chapter, The Alexander Hamilton Historical Society of Kentucky, and the League of Women Voters of Kentucky
March 07, 2009