[From a press release of the University of Virginia School of Law.]
As the inaugural Charles W. McCurdy Legal History Fellow,
Sarah Seo is exploring police searches of automobiles and the
implications for individual freedom. Starting this summer, the legal
historian will hone her dissertation on the subject while participating
in a yearlong residency at the University of Virginia School of Law.
Seo's appointment, which is sponsored by the Law School, the UVA
History Department and the Miller Center, comes with a $32,000 stipend,
and is the latest addition to the Miller Center National Fellowship Program, which will announce its complete roster of new history fellows this month.