School of Law News
Grant Morris Named Professor of Law Emeritus
University of San Diego School of Law Professor Grant Morris has been named "Professor of Law Emeritus" as voted by the law school's faculty and approved by the university's Board of Trustees.
Emeritus status is awarded by the Board of Trustees. The awarding of emeritus status to a retired or retiring faculty member is an honor that brings distinction both to the university and to the emeritus professor. Appointment to emeritus status may be granted for uncommonly meritorious teaching, scholarship, or service to the university, taking into account years of service to the University of San Diego and contributions to the nominee’s profession.
Professor Grant Morris joined the USD faculty in 1973. He has taught and written in the areas of torts and law and psychiatry. Morris served as a Superior Court mental health hearing officer and is currently a member of the Atascadero State Hospital Advisory Board. Among his recent publications are "The Evil That Men Do: Perverting Justice To Punish Perverts," University of Illinois Law Review and "God Told Me To Kill: Religion or Delusion?" (with Adjunct Professor A. Haroun, M.D.) San Diego Law Review.
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