Prof. Steven J. Eagle

Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law

With his work in regulatory takings and other aspects of property law, professor of law Steven Eagle plays an important role in the ongoing dialogue among American legal scholars, lawyers, and judges on the proper interpretation of property rights in the Constitution. He is the author of a leading property treatise and scholarly and popular articles and teaches in programs for judges and the practicing bar.

Professor Eagle came to George Mason in 1987 and also has taught at the law schools of Vanderbilt University, the University of Toledo, and Pace University. He earned his B.B.A. from the City College of New York (1965) and his J.D. from Yale Law School (1970). Professor Eagle teaches the first-year course, Property, Land Use Planning, and an advanced constitutional law seminar on property rights.

  • B.B.A., City College of New York (1965)
  • J.D., Yale Law School (1970)

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Publications and Multimedia
Unresolved Takings Questions Following the October 2012 Supreme Court Term - Podcast
Environmental Law & Property Rights Practice Group Podcast
September 18, 2013
Arkansas Game and Fish: Property Rights in the Supreme Court - Podcast
Environmental Law & Property Rights Practice Group Podcast
November 14, 2012
Property Rights: The Forgotten Spark of the Arab Spring - Event Audio/Video
2011 National Lawyers Convention
November 12, 2011
Should Vehicle Fuel Emissions Standard Be More Strict? Why and How? - Podcast
Environmental Law & Property Rights Practice Group
September 25, 2009
Post Kelo Reform - Event Audio/Video
10th Annual Faculty Conference
January 04, 2008