Robert Rabin elected to American Law Institute
Stanford Law School Professor ROBERT RABIN has been elected as a new member of the American Law Institute (ALI). He is one of 45 newly elected members who hail from 21 states and the District of Columbia.
ALI members are highly regarded judges, lawyers and law professors who are confidentially nominated by their peers, vetted by ALI’s Membership Committee and elected by the ALI Council.
Rabin is the A. Calder Mackay Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. An expert on torts and legislative compensation schemes, he is highly regarded for his extensive knowledge of the history and institutional dynamics of accident law. He is a prolific author on issues relating to the functions of the tort system and alternative regulatory schemes and is the co-editor of a classic casebook on tort law.
He has been a member of the Stanford Law School faculty since 1970.
Read more on the Stanford Law School webpages.