Professor Wright joined the Levin College of Law in 1998. She has received a BA from Cornell University in English Literature, an MA from the University of Arizona in English Literature, an MA from St. John’s College in Liberal Education, her JD from Cornell University, and a PhD in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University. She has taught at the Arizona State University Law School, Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis, and Georgetown Law Center in addition to the University of Florida Levin College of Law. Professor Wright's principal areas of teaching are: Constitutional Law, property, trusts and estates, legal history, feminist theory, constitutional law of property, and theories of property. Her current research is on the 19th-century English divorce and matrimonial causes court and the 19th-century federal land grants to the railroads. She has written extensively on recreational trails and rails-to-trails conversions as well as the history of English family law.
Professor Wright's scholarship can be found on:
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University; J.D., Cornell University of Law (cum laude
); M.A., St. Johns College; M.A., University of Arizona; B.A., Cornell University
Teaching and Scholarship
- Property, Estates and Trusts, Future Interests, Legal History, Jurisprudence, Law and Literature, Feminist Theory, Constitutional Law
- University of Florida: Joined College of Law faculty in 1998 as Assistant Professor of Law
- Indiana University School of Law: Adjunct Professor (1996-98)
- Visiting Faculty: Arizona State University College of Law
- Organizations: Law and Society Association, American Society for Legal History, Association of American Law Schools, National Women's Studies Association, Society of American Law Teachers.