Education: B.A., 1947, University of Wisconsin; LL.M., 1949, University of Wisconsin; J.S.D., 1956, Yale University
Daniel Mandelker is the Howard A. Stamper Professor of Law at Washington University (as of 2005). Professor Mandelker is one of the country’s leading scholars and teachers in land use law. He is the co-author of a popular law school casebook, Planning and Control of Land Development, which is now in its Fourth Edition; the author of Land Use Law, a comprehensive treatise in this field; and co-author of Federal Land Use Law and Property Law and the Public Interest, a modern property law casebook. He also is a pioneer in the teaching of environmental law and state and local government law, and his casebook on state and local government is also in its Fourth Edition. In environmental law, Professor Mandelker is best known for his widely-used treatise, NEPA Law and Litigation. His stature as a leading scholar and teacher is continually affirmed by invitations to lecture throughout the world, including the prestigious Denham Lecture at Cambridge University.
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