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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|John J. Parker Medal for Leadership||University of North Carolina||N/A|
|Frank Porter Graham Award as Outstanding Senior||University of North Carolina||N/A|
|Douglas B. Maggs Professor||Duke University, School of Law||1997 - Present|
|United States Solicitor General||United States Department of Justice||1996 - 1997|
|Assistant Attorney General||United States Office of Legal Counsel||1993 - 1996|
|Law Clerk for Honorable Hugo L. Black||U.S. Supreme Court||1968 - 1969|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Yale Law School Association||Board of Directors||N/A|
|Journal of Appellate Practice and Process||Why Me?||2003|
|George Washington Law Review||Remarks on Jeffrey Rosen's Paper||1997|
|University of Miami Law Review||After the Cold War: Presidential Power and the Use of Military Force||1996|
|Southern Methodist University Law Review||A. Kenneth Pye||1995|
|Arkansas Law Review||Memorandum for Bernard N. Nussbaum, Counsel to the President Re: Presidential Signing Statements||1995|
|Duke Law Journal||The Constitutionality of the Bank Bill: The Attorney General's First Constitutional Law Opinions||1994|
|University of Pennsylvania Law Review||Abortion and the Supreme Court: The Retreat from Roe V. Wade||1989|
|William and Mary Law Review||1787: The Constitution and "The Curse of Heaven"||1987|
|Harvard Law Review||Constitutional Politics: A Rejoinder||1984|
|Duke Law Journal||Who Controls a Constitutional Convention? A Response||1979|
|Yale Law Journal||The Recurring Question of the "Limited" Constitutional Convention||1979|
|Yale Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1966|
|University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1963|
|A Conversation With Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr.||Lawyering and the Craft of Judicial Opinion Writing||2008|
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