Leonard P. Liggio Archive
Personal & Family Life
- July 5, 1933 – October 14, 2014
Titles & Occupations
- Professor of law at George Mason University.
- Vice President of the Atlas Network.
- Visiting Professor of law at the Francisco Marroquin University in Guatemala City.
- Distinguished Senior Fellow with the Institute for Humane Studies.
- Member of the Mont Pelerin Society.
- Board Member of a number of the International Advisory Council, the Liberty Fund, the Acton Institute, the Toqueville Institute, Hayek Institute, Institut Turgot (France) and the Centro Interdisciplinar de Ética e Economia Personalista (Brazil).
- Trustee of the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the Philadelphia Society.
- Member of the Editorial Board at the Cato Journal, the American Journal of Jurisprudence, and of Markets & Morality.
- Founder of Left and Right: A Journal of Libertarian Thought.
Public Appearances & Writings
- Liggio gave lectures with Russell Stetler on ‘Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism: The Ideological Question in Vietnam’ for the newly founded Free University of New York.
- Liggio provided editorial direction for Literature of Liberty: A Review of Contemporary Liberal Thought, a periodical published by the Cato Institute from 1978–1979 then by the Institute for Humane Studies from 1980–1982.
Awards & Honors
- Alejandro Chafuen at Forbes
- Brian Doherty at Reason
- Alberto Mingardi at EconLib
- Lawrence Reed at The Freeman
Papers, Lectures & Speeches
- Medieval Representative Institutions and Canon Law in Western Civilization (Krakow, Poland, 2003)
- Selected Works at the Liggio Legacy Project
- “The Heritage of the Spanish Scholastics”
- “Christianity, Classical Liberalism are Liberty’s Foundations”
- “Freedom and Virtue”
- Watershed of Empire: Essays on New Deal Foreign Policy
- Catholic Social Teaching and the Market Economy
- Why the Futile Crusade?
- Charles Dunoyer et le liberalisme francais (French Edition)
- Literature of Liberty: A Review of Contemporary Liberal Thought; Autumn; Volume IV, No. 3
- Literature of Liberty: A Review of Contemporary Liberal Thought; Winter Volume IV, No. 4
- Literature of Liberty Vol. V No. 1 Spring 1982: Alexis de Tocqueville – A Historical Appreciation