Speaker - Timothy Sandefur

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Timothy Sandefur is a Staff Attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation, where he is currently working to prevent the abuse of eminent domain, and to protect the right to earn a living under the Fourteenth Amendment. Mr. Sandefur holds a J.D. from Chapman University School of Law, and a B.A. in political economy from Hillsdale College. While a student at Chapman, he served as articles editor for Nexus: A Journal of Opinion, and worked in Chapman's Liberty Clinic with Prof. John C. Eastman, Prof. Richard A. Epstein, and former United States Attorney General Edwin Meese, submitting amicus curiae briefs in a number of important cases, including Zelman v. Simmons-Harris, Adarand Constructors v. Mineta, and Schaffer v. O'Niell, in the Supreme Court of the United States, Bouldin v. Mississippi Major Economic Impact Authority, in the Supreme Court of Mississippi, and Craigmiles v. Giles, one of the most important economic liberties cases in recent years.

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Property Rights in 21st Century America

09.19.06 | 01:26:10 min | 1 comment