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Terence Halliday Wins 2013 Adam Podg├│recki Prize

June 19, 2013, ABF news

ABF Research Professor and Center on Law and Globalization Co-Director Terence Halliday has received the 2013 Adam Podgórecki Prize for “outstanding lifetime achievements in socio-legal research.” Established in 2004, the International Sociological Association awards the prize annually, in alternate years to a distinguished senior scholar or a young scholar of promise.

A native New Zealander, Dr. Halliday received undergraduate and graduate degrees from Massey University, New Zealand, and the University of Toronto. He holds a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Chicago. He is a specialist in law-making and institution-building who focuses on globalization of markets and politics, with particular attention to global norm-making in international organizations. Dr. Halliday’s latest book, Fates of Political Liberalism in the British Post-Colony, with Lucien Karpik and Malcolm M. Feeley, was published in 2012.

Dr. Halliday will accept the prize on September 4, 2013 at an International Congress in Toulouse, France. Click here to view more information about the Podgórecki Prize and the previous recipients.

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