[PAST EVENT] Wythe Lecture, "Property Beyond Exclusion," by Professor Lee Fennell, University of Chicago
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Lee Fennell, Max Pam Professor at the University of Chicago Law School, will present the 2018 George Wythe Lecture titled "Property Beyond Exclusion" at William & Mary Law School. Free and all are welcome.
About Professor Fennell excerpted from her University of Chicago faculty biography page):
Lee Fennell joined the Law School faculty in 2007, having previously served as a Bigelow Fellow from 1999 to 2001. In the intervening years, she taught at the University of Texas School of Law from 2001 to 2004 and at the University of Illinois College of Law from 2004 to 2007. She has also held visiting positions at Yale Law School, NYU School of Law, and the University of Virginia School of Law. She received her JD magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center in 1990. Before teaching law, she practiced at Pettit & Martin, the State and Local Legal Center, and the Virginia School Boards Association.
Her teaching and research interests include property, torts, land use, housing, social welfare law, state and local government law, and public finance. She is the author of The Unbounded Home: Property Values Beyond Property Lines (Yale University Press 2009), as well as many articles and essays.
The George Wythe Lecture Series began at the Law School in 1976. Wythe (1726-1806) was a distinguished lawyer, statesman, and judge, and was a mentor to Thomas Jefferson. In 1779, at Jefferson's urging, he was appointed as William & Mary?s?and the nation?s?first professor of law.