Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Over at The Faculty Lounge, Al Brophy takes a quick look at Calvin Massey's new casebook, Property Law: Principles, Problems, and Cases. The bottom line:
[T]here are also a lot of newer cases that I think convey a sense of exciting recent developments in property -- and maybe convey it in ways that are fairly straight-forward. For instance, the landlord-tenant, servitudes, and real estate transaction materials include a number of recent cases that aren't in any other casebooks. I think this has the potential to become a very, very popular property text and I hope to have the opportunity sometime soon to teach out of this.