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Posted on Friday, Feb. 10, 2012 — 3:13 PM
Daniel Sharfstein enjoys exploring the ways in which history and historical analysis can contribute to theoretical and doctrinal debates in property law. Sharfstein, an associate professor who teaches courses in property law and American legal history, wrote his most recent article, “Atrocity, Entitlement and Personhood: The Value of Violence in Property Law (forthcoming in the May 2012 Virginia Law Review), to “work through some of the basic assumptions a lot of property professors — myself included — make in the classroom and in their scholarship.”
The article was honored with the Association of American Law Schools’ 2012 Scholarly Paper Prize, and Sharfstein presented his work at the organization’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6.
Contact: Grace Renshaw, (615) 322-4594
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