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Bundle: Property, Tenth Edition and Estates in Land and Future Interests: A Step-by-Step Guide, Sixth Edition

  • Jesse Dukeminier
  • James E. Krier
  • Gregory S. Alexander
  • Michael S. Schill
  • Lior Jacob Strahilevitz
  • Linda H. Edwards
  • Courtney Cahill
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Property, Tenth Edition
Jesse Dukeminier, James E. Krier, Gregory S. Alexander, Michael S. Schill, Lior Jacob Strahilevitz
Connected eBook with Study Center (Digital) ISBN: 9781543856354
Connected eBook with Study Center (Hardcover) ISBN: 9781543838497

Jesse Dukeminier’s trademark wit, passion, and human interest perspective has made Property, now in its Tenth Edition, one of the best—and best loved—casebooks of all time. A unique blend of authority and good humor, you’ll find a moveable feast of visual interest, compelling cases, and timely coverage of contemporary issues. In the Tenth Edition, the authors have created a thoughtful and thorough revision, true to the spirit of the classic Property text.


Estates in Land and Future Interests: A Step-by-Step Guide, Sixth Edition
Linda H. Edwards, Courtney Cahill
Connected eBook (Digital) ISBN: 9781543850208
Connected eBook (Paperback) ISBN: 9781543826371

Accessible and effective, Estates in Land and Future Interests: A Step-by-Step Guide is a user-friendly method for mastering a challenging area of property law. Courtney Cahill, professor of law at Florida State University, joins this edition and contributes sections on posthumously conceived children, defeasible estates, and alternative reproductive technologies. This Sixth Edition highlights and clarifies key technical concepts in each chapter that can be confusing to many students. Sections at the end of most chapters reiterate specific terms and concepts that are indispensable to a thorough mastery of estates in land and future interests. Clear introductions, a host of visual aids, and a process approach untangle and demystify every new term and transaction. Problem sets, study questions, and practice exercises—all available electronically for easy practice—actively engage students in learning estates in land and future interests, step by step.
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About the authors
Jesse Dukeminier
Late Maxwell Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles

Jesse Dukeminier is the late Maxwell Professor of Law at UCLA Law School. &A professor of law at UCLA for over 40 years, Jesse Dukeminier was renowned for his contributions to the field of property law. His casebooks on property and wills, trusts and estates are among the most widely-used in the country in their fields. For four decades, Dukeminier was widely respected by students and was honored twice as professor of the year by the UCLA School of Law's graduating classes. Dukeminier received a Lifetime Achievement Award in Teaching and became the first UCLA Law faculty member to receive a University Distinguished Teaching Award. He also received the School of Law's Rutter Award for Excellence in Teaching. Dukeminier was born in West Point, Mississippi and studied at Harvard University, receiving his bachelor's degree in 1948. He received his law degree from Yale in 1951 and practiced law with a Wall Street firm. Dukeminier joined UCLA in 1963. He also taught at the University of Kentucky, and he visited at Harvard and the University of Chicago.

James E. Krier
Earl Warren DeLano Professor of Law
University of Michigan

James E. Krier is the Earl Warren DeLano Professor of Law. His teaching and research interests are primarily in the fields of property, environmental law and policy, and law and economics, and he teaches courses on contracts, property, trusts and estates, behavioral law and economics, and pollution policy. Professor Krier is the author or co-author of several books, including Environmental Law and Policy, Pollution and Policy, and Property (5th edition), while his recent articles have been published in the Harvard Law Review and the Supreme Court Economic Review. He earned his B.S. with honors and his J.D. with highest honors from the University of Wisconsin, where he was articles editor of the Wisconsin Law Review. After his graduation from law school in 1966 he served for one year as law clerk to the Hon. Roger J. Traynor, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of California, and then practiced law for two years with Arnold Porter in Washington, D.C. He was a professor of law at UCLA and Stanford before joining the Michigan Law faculty in 1983, and has been a visiting professor at both Harvard University Law School and Cardozo School of Law.

Lior Jacob Strahilevitz
Sidley Austin Professor of Law
University of Chicago

Lior Strahilevitz received his BA in political science from the University of California at Berkeley in 1996, graduating with highest honors. He received his JD in 1999 from Yale Law School, where he served as Executive Editor of the Yale Law Journal. Following his graduation, he clerked for Judge Cynthia Holcomb Hall on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He then practiced law in Seattle before joining the law school faculty in 2002. He was tenured in 2007 and served as the Law School#39;s Deputy Dean from 2010 to 2012. In 2011, he was named the inaugural Sidley Austin Professor of Law. His teaching and research interests include property and land use, privacy, intellectual property, law and technology, and motorist behavior.

Linda H. Edwards
William S. Boyd School of Law

Professor Edwards joined the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada Las Vegas in July 2009 after serving as Visiting Professor of Law in 2008-2009. Before joining the academy, Professor Edwards practiced law for eleven years. She then began her teaching career at the New York University School of Law, where she served as the Coordinator of the NYU Lawyering Program. In 1990, Professor Edwards joined the faculty at the Mercer University School of Law, where she was the Macon Professor of Law. During her 19 years at Mercer, Professor Edwards directed the legal writing program and taught in the areas of property, employment discrimination, advanced legal writing, professional responsibility, and legal reasoning. Professor Edwards is a national leader in the field of legal writing, having been awarded the 2009 Thomas Blackwell Award for her lifetime achievements in and contributions to the field. She has published a number of articles and three books in the areas of legal writing and property, and she has served in a variety of capacities at the ABA and the American Association of Law Schools. Professor Edwards is a frequent speaker at national conferences, and she serves as a faculty member for the Persuasion Institute#39;s Advanced Training Program in Narrative Construction, which is sponsored by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.

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