Marc Roark teaches Property, Commercial Law, Law and Literature, Law and Society, and Law and Religion at Savannah Law School. Before joining the faculty at Savannah Law School, Professor Roark held appointments at the University of Missouri, the University of Tulsa, and the University of La Verne.
Marc is a well-known Property scholar, and has appeared nationally in interviews by NPR and MSNBC News. His articles include Homelessness at the Cathedral (Missouri Law Review) and Payment Systems, Consumer Tragedy, and Ineffective Remedies (St. John’s Law Review). You can sample more of Marc’s articles at his SSRN page.
Marc is currently working on a book project titled unPopular Property, describing the intersection of property and identity in outlier cultures. He is also working on an article articulating the need for human impact statements as a part of public and private land development.