William Dailey, C.S.C., is a priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross and currently serves as the rector of Pangborn Hall at Notre Dame; he is a former lecturer in law at Notre Dame Law School and will be teaching in the undergraduate Constitutional Studies program in 2022. A 2006 graduate of Columbia Law School, he clerked on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. He also serves as the St. Thomas More Fellow of the de Nicola Center for Ethics & Culture at Notre Dame.
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