Law professor recognized by the College
Written by Ariel Cohen|
February 2, 2012
Earl Warren DeLano Professor James E. Krier at Michigan Law School was chosen as the 2012 recipient of Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Prize. The College of William and Mary Property Rights Project is an ongoing initiative to promote the exchange of ideas between scholars and members of the property rights bar through lectures and conferences. The professor will be recognized for his research and teaching in property, trusts and estates, behavioral law, and economics and pollution policy. Krier will accept his award at next year’s Ninth-Annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights conference Oct. 11-12.