Professor Carol Brown teaches and writes in the areas of property, land use planning, real estate transactions, and housing law. She is the author or co‐author of numerous books on these subjects, including West Academic Publishing’s Cases and Materials on American Property Law, now in its sixth edition, and Experiencing Housing Law; Carolina Academic Press’ Planning and Control of Land Development: Cases and Materials; as well as a number of law review articles and book chapters. A leader in her field, Professor Brown is a frequent presenter at symposiums and conferences. She is a past chair of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Section on Real Estate Transactions and of the AALS Section on Property Law. Professor Brown is also a fellow with the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. Prior to joining the Richmond Law faculty in 2012, Professor Brown was a tenured professor at The University of North Carolina School of Law.