Tuesday, November 2, 2021
This just in from our friends at William & Mary:
WALDO CHAIR IN PROPERTY RIGHTS LAW
William & Mary Law School seeks applications from distinguished scholars for the Joseph T. Waldo Chair in Property Rights Law. Candidates should have an outstanding record in scholarship, teaching, and service, with a focus in their scholarship on the role of property rights in the constitutional or common law order and should currently hold a faculty appointment with tenure.
The holder of the Waldo Chair will be responsible for directing the Law School’s Property Rights Project, which includes the annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference, the annual Property Rights Journal, and other activities that promote discourse on the relationship of property rights to fundamental liberties and societal well-being.
For questions about the Waldo Chair or to begin the application process, contact Lynda Butler, Chancellor Professor of Law, Emerita, and Chair of the Waldo Chair Subcommittee, at[email protected] and include “Waldo Chair” in the subject line. For more information about William & Mary and faculty positions, see https://jobs.wm.edu/postings/40644.