Virtual Guest Speakers
 

February 4:

Professor Tony Arnold - Boehl Chair in Property and Land Use, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville
Topic: Watershed Institutions in the U.S.: Emergence and Evolution
 
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Short Biography
 
Biography: 

Professor Tony Arnold is the Boehl Chair in Property and Land Use. He is also the Chair of the interdisciplinary Center for Land Use and Environmental Responsibility, and teaches in the University's graduate urban planning program. He is a nationally recognized scholar at the intersection of land use, water, property, and the environment, and teaches in the areas of land use, water resources, environmental conservation, ecosystem conservation, farmland conservation and sustainable agriculture, property, and real estate transactions.  He joined the University of Louisville faculty in 2005, and has held distinguished chairs or visitorships at the University of Florida, University of Houston, University of Wyoming, Chapman University, and University of Puerto Rico. 

Professor Arnold received his Doctor of Jurisprudence with Distinction from Stanford Law School, and he received his Bachelor of Arts with Highest Distinction from the University of Kansas. In 2011, Professor Arnold received the University of Louisville's Distinguished Faculty Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Research, and Creative Activity in the Social Sciences.  He is affiliated with research centers at the Universities of Colorado, Florida, North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Kentucky, and Louisville.   

A more complete biography, including detailed information about his scholarship, can be found  here.