Bruce H. Mann Biography
Birthday: April 27, 1950 (Taurus)
Born In: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Bruce H. Mann is a Professor of Law at ‘Harvard Law School.’ He teaches ‘American Legal History’ among other subjects. Over the years, Bruce has taught as a permanent or visiting faculty at many universities, including ‘Washington University,’ ‘University of Connecticut,’ ‘University of Pennsylvania,’ and ‘University of Houston’ among other prestigious universities across the United States. Bruce is also a passionate legal historian. His research focuses on the complex interconnections between economic, social, and legal changes in early America. His written works include ‘Neighbors and Strangers: Law and Community in Early Connecticut’ and ‘Republic of Debtors: Bankruptcy in the Age of American Independence.’ His book ‘Republic of Debtors’ won the ‘SHEAR Book Prize,’ ‘Littleton-Griswold Prize,’ and ‘J. Willard Hurst Prize.’ He has written essays and articles in various history journals as well. He also worked as the co-editor of ‘The Many Legalities of Early America’ along with Christopher Tomlins.