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About Frank Buckley

F.H. Buckley
Frank Buckley is a Foundation Professor at George Mason University School of Law, where he has taught since 1989. Before then, he was a visiting Olin Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School. He has also taught at McGill Law School in Montreal, the Sorbonne (Paris II),and Sciences Po in Paris. He practiced law for three years in Toronto.

His most recent books are The Once and Future King: The Rise of Crown Government in America (Encounter Books, 2014), The American Illness (ed., Yale U.P., 2013), Fair Governance (Oxford U.P., 2009), Just Exchange (Routledge, 2005), The Morality of Laughter (Michigan U.P., 2003) and The Fall and Rise of Freedom of Contract (ed., Duke U.P., 1999). His The Promise of America: How We Became an Aristocracy and How We Can Return to the Land of Opportunity was published by Encounter Books in April, 2016. His current project is a book on corruption in America.

For his books, see fhbuckley.com.

He is a senior editor of The American Spectator and a columnist for the New York Post. He lives in Alexandria VA with his wife, Esther, two German Shepherds and two cats (the good one and the evil one). His daughter, Sarah, and her husband, Nick, are fellows at the University of Washington Medical Center.

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