Via Twitter, we've learned that Professor Maureen E. Brady of the University of Virginia School of Law is moving to Harvard Law School. As Brady's UVA bio notes, she writes in the areas of "property law, land use law, local government law, legal history and intellectual property law," using "historical analyses of property institutions, doctrinal rules, land use policies and constitutional property provisions to explore broader theoretical questions." She is the recipient of numerous awards for her teaching and scholarship, including a recent one from the AALS for “The Forgotten History of Metes and Bounds."
Congratulations to Professor Brady and to HLS!
-- Karen Tani