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TRPLF Welcomes Kermit Roosevelt III to Board of Directors

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TRPLF Welcomes Kermit Roosevelt III to Board of Directors

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     Kermit Roosevelt III

The Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation welcomed new board member Kermit Roosevelt III during its May meeting in Springfield, Illinois. Roosevelt is a professor of law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He is the great-great grandson of President Theodore Roosevelt. 

The Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation welcomed new board member Kermit Roosevelt III during its May meeting in Springfield, Illinois. Roosevelt is a professor of law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He is the great-great grandson of President Theodore Roosevelt. 

Roosevelt’s areas of academic interest include conflicts of law and constitutional law. He has published in numerous law review journals and his articles have been cited by the United States Supreme Court and numerous state and lower federal courts. Roosevelt is also an award-winning novelist. His books include In the Shadow of the Law, 2005, and Allegiance, 2015.

In a recent article published by The Dickinson Press, Roosevelt is quoted as saying he is delighted to join the TRPLF board and hear its vision for the project.

“I’m really glad that they’re the people doing it,” he said. “They seem to have a real love for Theodore Roosevelt, and a desire to do it right and an understanding of what we want to do.”

He added that he believes the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library will bring national attention, visitors, and tourism revenue to Dickinson, and also make it a place of national significance because of its association with Theodore Roosevelt.