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Lee Fennell : Curriculum Vitae

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EDUCATION

Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C.
JD, magna cum laude, May 1990

  • Order of the Coif
  • Topics Editor, American Criminal Law Review
  • John M. Olin Fellow in Law and Economics

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Scholar-in-Residence, School of Law, Fall 1998–Spring 1999
Henry Hoyns Fellow in Fiction; MFA, Fiction Writing, May 1998

Baylor University, Waco, TX
BBA in Public Administration, summa cum laude, August 1987

EXPERIENCE

University of Chicago Law School
Max Pam Professor of Law, 2011 to present
Herbert and Marjorie Fried Research Scholar, 2012 to present
Professor, July 2007 to 2011

  • Courses: Property; Torts; Local Government; Land Use; Social Welfare Law; Fair Housing
  • Committee Service: Appointments, Lateral Chair (2012-13); Bigelow Program (2010-2012); Law Teaching: Placement of Graduates (2007–08); Appointments (2008–10)

University of Illinois College of Law
Professor, 200607
Associate Professor, 200406
Associate Director, Illinois Program in Law and Economics

  • Courses: Property; Land Use; Statutory Interpretation—Fair Housing; Advanced Law and Economics (co-taught with Thomas S. Ulen)
  • Committee Service: Admissions and Scholarship (Spring 2007); Curriculum and Academic Affairs (2004–05)

University of Virginia School of Law
Visiting Professor, Fall 2006

  • Courses: Social Welfare Law; Tragedies of the Commons and Anticommons

New York University School of Law
Visiting Professor, Spring 2006

  • Courses: Fair Housing; Colloquium on the Law, Economics, and Politics of Urban Affairs (co-taught with Vicki Been and Ingrid Gould Ellen)

Yale Law School
Visiting Associate Professor, Fall 2005

  • Courses: Property; Social Welfare Policy

University of Texas School of Law
Assistant Professor, 2001–04

  • Courses: Property; Social Welfare Law; Economics, Behavior, and the Law
  • Committee Service: Rules and Standards (200304); Appointments (200203); Curriculum (200102)

University of Chicago Law School
Bigelow Teaching Fellow, 19992001

  • Courses: Legal Research and Writing; Distributive Justice

Virginia School Boards Association, Charlottesville, VA
Staff Attorney, September 1998July 1999

University of Virginia
English Department, Instructor, 199798

  • Courses: Introductory Fiction Writing

State and Local Legal Center, Washington, D.C.
Associate Counsel, November 1992 June 1996

Pettit & Martin, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco, CA  
Associate, September 1990November 1992

Max Pam Professor of Law, 2011 to present