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Joseph William Singer

Joseph William Singer began teaching at Boston University School of Law in 1984 and has been teaching at Harvard Law School since 1992. He was appointed Bussey Professor of Law in 2006. Singer received a B.A. from Williams College in 1976, an A.M. in political science from Harvard in 1978, and a J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1981. Professor Singer teaches and writes about property law, conflict of laws, and federal Indian law, and has published more than 50 law review articles.

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    The Case of the Smoking Tenant

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    The Case of the Interfaith Neighbors

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    The Case of Cross-Deputization

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    The Case of the Landlord's Dilemma

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    The Case of the Encumbered Employee

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    How to Be a Good Team Member

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    Problem Solving for Lawyers

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    The Case of the Rent-Paying Tenant

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    The Case of the Lead Toys