Introducing Mark Edwards
Mark A. Edwards will be joining us for a repeat visit during the month of December. Mark is an Associate Professor at William Mitchell College of Law who has taught Property I, Property II, Comparative Property Rights, Natural Resources, and Constitutional Criminal Procedure. He was voted Faculty Member of the Year by the student body for 2007-2008.
His publications include Nationalization, De-Nationalization, Re-Nationalization: Some Historical and Comparative Perspective, forthcoming, Pace Law Review; Law and the Parameters of Acceptable Deviance, 97 J. of Crim. Law & Criminology 49 (2006) ; and The Path of the Law Ands, 1997 Wisc. Law R. 375 (1997) (with Marc Galanter). He is currently writing on the divergence between the legality and social acceptability of behavior with regard to property rights.
Welcome back, Mark!