Kenneth Stahl

Chapman University Fowler School of Law

Kenneth Stahl is Professor of Law and the director of the Environmental, Land Use, and Real Estate Law program at Chapman University Fowler School of Law, where he teaches Land Use, Property, Local Government Law, and Election Law. His recent scholarly work focuses on how globalization is transforming the relationship between states and local governments. Professor Stahl's works have appeared in journals including The University of Pennsylvania Law Review, the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, The George Washington Law Review and Cardozo Law Review, among others. This blog post is adapted from his book The Democratic City: Local Citizenship in the Time of Globalization, forthcoming with Cambridge University Press.