Cass R. Sunstein : Additional Activities
Member, Institute of Medicine Committee, Reducing Tobacco Use: Strategies, Barriers, and Consequences, 2004-present
Henderson Prize, Harvard Law School, 2002, for Free Markets and Social Justice (awarded for best book on law and government in preceding five years).
Co-Chair, Committee on Regulatory Policy, American Bar Association, Administrative Law Section, 2001-present
Consultant, Internal Revenue Service, project on compliance and social norms, 1999-present
Member, Presidential Advisory Committee on the Public Service Obligations of Digital Television, 1997-1998
Co-Director, Center on Constitutionalism in Eastern Europe, University of Chicago, 1990-1997
Contributing Editor, The New Republic, 1999-present
National Council, World Wildlife Fund, 1994-present
Vice-Chair, Judicial Review Committee, Section on Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, American Bar Association, 1991-present
Commissioner, American Bar Association Commission on the future of the Federal Trade Commission and of economic regulation, 1988
Associate Editor, Ethics, 1986-1988
Board of Editors, Studies in American Political Development, 1989-present
Board of Editors, Journal of Political Philosophy, 1991-present
Board of Editors, Constitutional Political Economy, 1991-present
Contributing Editor, The American Prospect, 1989-present
Chair, Administrative Law Section, Association of American Law Schools, 1989-1990
Vice-Chair, American Bar Association Section on Governmental Organization and Separation of Powers, 1986-1987
Council, American Bar Association Section on Administrative Law, 1987-1988
Vice-Chair, American Association of Law Schools, Section on Administrative Law, 1987-1989, 1990-present
Member, American Law Institute, 1990-present
Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, elected 1992
Certificate of Merit Award of American Bar Association for contribution to public understanding of American legal system, 1991, for After the Rights Revolution
Award of American Bar Association for best scholarship in administrative law, 1987, for Interest Groups in American Public Law, 38 Stanford Law Review
Award of American Bar Association for best scholarship in administrative law, 1989, for Interpreting Statutes in the Regulatory State, 102 Harv. L. Rev.
Award of American Bar Association for best scholarship in administrative law, 1999, for Is the Clean Air Act Unconstitutional?, Michigan Law Review, and Informational Regulation and Informational Standing, U. Pa. L. Rev.
Visiting Scholar, University of Minnesota Law School, Rutgers University, George Washington University
Goldsmith Book Award, Harvard University, 1994, for Democracy and the Problem of Free Speech (awarded for best book on free speech)
Testified on numerous legal subjects, usually involving separation of powers, administrative law, regulatory policy, and constitutional law, before a number of national and local government bodies, including Senate Judiciary Committee, Senate Government Affairs Committee, House Rules Committee, Attorney General's Commission on Pornography, and Illinois House of Representatives
Advised on law reform and constitution-making efforts in various nations, including Ukraine, Romania, Poland, South Africa, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Albania, Israel, and China
Worked on briefs pro bono on various subjects in United States Supreme Court, United States Court of Appeals, and United States District Courts
Appeared on many radio and television programs, including Nightline, ABC Evening News, NBC Evening News, the News Hour with Jim Lehrer, and CNN's Burden of Proof.