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Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Rachel Godsil

I'm delighted to introduce Rachel Godsil, who will be joining us for a guest stint here at PropertyProf.  Rachel teaches Property and related courses at Seton Hall Law School and writes on issues concerning the intersection of race, property, and the environment.  Al recently discussed Rachel's article on Race Nuisance:  The Politics of Law in Jim Crow, and in recent years Rachel has been one of the most insightful commentators on issues of environmental racism in the legal academy.  Look for Rachel's first post in the next few days.

Ben Barros

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Welcome, Rachel. Looking forward to your posts--and I hope in particular that you might suggest some ways to integrate your work on environmental law (particularly on race) into the first year property course.

Posted by: Al Brophy | Aug 15, 2006 3:17:46 PM

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