June 30, 2010
Treanor from Fordham to Georgetown
As Dan Filler reports, Bill Treanor is leaving his post as Dean of Fordham Law School to take up the position of Dean of Georgetown Law. As many readers know, Bill is a noted legal historian, and has written the authoritative histories of the Just Compensation Clause. He was also my professor for first-year Property, Land Use, and two independent studies on takings issues. This is a great appointment for Georgetown, and a big loss for Fordham.
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