Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Welcome to Polly Price

Polly Price
The Legal History Blog welcomes Polly Price, who will be guest blogging for the next month. Polly is a Professor of Law at Emory, where she teaches citizenship and immigration law, torts, legislation and regulation, American legal history, and Latin American legal systems. Her first book, Property Rights: Rights and Liberties under the Law (2003), was “highly recommended” by Choice magazine.  Polly’s second book, Judge Richard S. Arnold: A Legacy of Justice on the Federal Bench (2009), features a Forward by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.  Her recent publications include Federalization of the Mosquito: Structural Innovation in the New Deal Administrative State, 60 EMORY L. J. 325 (2010).

Polly’s talents are well-known in the legal history world. She co-chaired with Lynn Hogue, Georgia State University, the Local Arrangements Committee for the 2011 American Society for Legal History annual meeting in Atlanta, and planned a spectacularly successful meeting.

Welcome to Polly!