Timothy Sandefur is a Senior Staff Attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation. As the lead attorney in the Economic Liberty Project, he works to protect businesses against abusive government regulation. He also works to prevent the abuse of eminent domain, having litigated important eminent domain cases in California, Missouri, and elsewhere, and having filed briefs in many significant eminent domain cases, including Kelo v. New London. A prolific writer, his book Cornerstone of Liberty: Property Rights in 21st Century America was published by the Cato Institute in 2006, and he has published many scholarly articles on subjects ranging from eminent domain and economic liberty to copyright, evolution and creationism, and the legal issues of slavery and the Civil War. He is also a contributing editor of Liberty magazine, and has written for many magazines and newspapers, including National Review Online, The Humanist, The San Francisco Chronicle, Regulation, and The Washington Times. In February, 2006, he became one of the youngest attorneys ever featured on the cover of California Lawyer magazine. He is a frequent guest on radio and television programs, including the Jim Lehrer News Hour, CNBC's Street Signs, Now with David Brancaccio and CPSAN's Book TV, and elsewhere.