Eduardo Peñalver joined the Cornell faculty in 2006 after teaching from 2003-05 at Fordham Law School and spending 2005-06 as a visiting professor at Yale Law School. Professor Peñalver received his B.A. from Cornell University and his law degree from Yale Law School. Upon completing law school, he clerked for Judge Guido Calabresi of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and at the Supreme Court for Justice John Paul Stevens. His research interests focus on property and land use, as well as law and religion. He is particularly interested in the ways property both fosters and reflects social bonds. His work on property has appeared in numerous leading law journals. His most recent book, Property Outlaws (co-authored with Sonia Katyal), was published by Yale University Press in February 2010. It explores the role of disobedience in the evolution of property law. His forthcoming book, an introduction to property theory (co-authored with Gregory Alexander), will be published by Cambridge University Press in 2011.