Selected Publications for Thomas Mitchell

URL iconReforming Property Law to Address Devastating Land Loss

Mitchell, Thomas W., Reforming Property Law to Address Devastating Land Loss (October 29, 2014). 66 Alabama Law Review 1 (forthcoming 2014); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1329.



URL icon Growing Inequality and Racial Economic Gaps

Mitchell, Thomas W., Growing Inequality and Racial Economic Gaps (October 10, 2014). 56 Howard Law Journal 849 (2013); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1325.



URL icon The Hastie Fellowship Program at Forty: Still Creating Minority Law Professors

Mitchell, Thomas W., The Hastie Fellowship Program at Forty: Still Creating Minority Law Professors (2013). 2013 Wisconsin Law Review 737 (2013); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1326.



URL iconForced Sale Risk: Class, Race, and The 'Double Discount'

Mitchell, Thomas W. and Malpezzi, Stephen and Green, Richard K., Forced Sale Risk: Class, Race, and The 'Double Discount' (December 22, 2010). 37 Florida State University Law Review 589 (2010); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1102.



URL iconDestabilizing the Normalization of Rural Black Land Loss: A Critical Role for Legal Empiricism

Mitchell, Thomas W., Destabilizing the Normalization of Rural Black Land Loss: A Critical Role for Legal Empiricism. 2005 Wisconsin Law Review 557 (2005); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1014.



URL iconThe Land Crisis in Zimbabwe: Getting Beyond the Myopic Focus Upon Black & White

Mitchell, Thomas W., The Land Crisis in Zimbabwe: Getting Beyond the Myopic Focus Upon Black & White (October 27, 2014). 11 Indiana University International and Comparative Law Review 587 (2001); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1328.



URL iconFrom Reconstruction to Deconstruction: Undermining Black Ownership, Political Independence, and Community Through Partition Sales of Tenancy in Common Property

Mitchell, Thomas W., From Reconstruction to Deconstruction: Undermining Black Ownership, Political Independence, and Community Through Partition Sales of Tenancy in Common Property (January 29, 2010). 95 Northwestern University Law Review 505 (2001); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1106.



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