Monday, January 11, 2010

Laycock from Michigan to Virginia

Douglas Laycock, a leading authority in both the law of religious liberty and the law of remedies, currently at the University of Michigan Law School, will join the law faculty at the University of Virginia, where his wife, Teresa Sullivan, Provost at Michigan, has just accepted appointment as President.  This isn't your typical "trailing spouse" case, since that's a big pick-up for UVA Law and a big loss for Michigan.  (Laycock took emeritus status at Texas and moved to Michigan just a little over three years ago.)

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