Richard Allen Epstein CC '64 is a notable law professor, currently teaching at both NYU and UChicago. While a student, he was president of the Columbia-Barnard Economics society and was a member of the team that overhauled the King's Crown Essays into a "Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences". In his junior year, he won the Arthur Rose Teaching Assistantship. He graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa and received a degree from Oxford on a Kellett Fellowship before earning his JD at Yale Law.
This man is a libertarian.