|Virtual Lecture (3 parts) - Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3|
|Discussion List (Professor Rosser will participate from March 19 - 23).|
Ezra Rosser, a Professor at American University Washington College of Law, focuses his research on poverty and on tribal economic development. Ezra teaches Poverty law, Indian law, and Property. Previously he served as a visiting professor at Ritsumeiken University, a 1665 Fellow at Harvard University, a visiting scholar at Yale Law School, and a Westerfield Fellow at Loyola University New Orleans School of Law. Ezra has an MPhil from the University of Cambridge (UK) in Land Economics (2004), a J.D., magna cum laude, from Harvard Law School (2003), and a BA in Economics and English from Yale University (2000). Ezra is a past chair of the AALS Poverty Law Section and is the current chair of the AALS Indian Nations and Indigenous Peoples Section. Finally, Ezra received the Elizabeth Payne Cubberly Scholarship Award in 2012 and theEmalee C. Godsey Scholarship Award in 2008. His faculty page, with links to scholarship, is available at: www.wcl.american.edu/faculty/rosser.