November 25, 2008
Property and Environmental Law Expert Carol Rose Visits Oregon Law December 5
Carol Rose, a member of the Yale Law School faculty and current Lohse Chair in Water and Natural Resources at the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law, will deliver a talk on her work-in-progress titled, “Liberty, Property, Environmentalism” at noon Friday, December 5, in the Knight Center Lewis Lounge.
Professor Rose earned her law degree from the University of Chicago and her doctorate in history from Cornell University. In the past she has taught at law schools such as Stanford, Harvard, the University of California, and New York University. Professor Rose’s specialties include property and environmental law and her current research focuses on the continuing impact of restrictive covenants.
Professor Rose’s most recent publication, which appears in the Arizona Law Revew, is titled, “Big Roads, Big Rights: Varieties of Public Infrastructure and Their Impact on Environmental Resources.” She delivered a presentation this summer in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for a conference on constitutional and political theory titled, “Property Rights, Development Imperatives, and Environmental Protection.”