Fenster Receives Distinguished University of Florida Research Foundation Professorship
UF Law Associate Professor Mark Fenster has been selected to receive a University of Florida Research Foundation Professorship Award for 2008-2010. This professorship recognizes faculty who have established a distinguished record of research and scholarship that is expected to lead to continuing distinction in their field. Fenster, a graduate of Yale law school and whose teaching and scholarship includes property, land use, administrative law, intellectual property, torts and legal and cultural theory, joined the UF Law faculty in 2001. Prior to joining the UF Law faculty he was an environmental and land use law fellow for Shute Mihaly & Weinberger in San Francisco and clerked for Judge Carlos Lucero of the 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. In addition to his scholarship and teaching, Fenster is the author of Conspiracy Theories: Secrecy and Power in American Culture and has published numerous law review articles.