Michael H. Schill takes the helm at the University of Oregon
Michael H. Schill took the helm at the University of Oregon on July 1 as its 18th president. He is the former dean and professor at The University of Chicago Law School.
Prior to joining UChicago in 2010, Schill served as dean of UCLA’s School of Law. An expert in property, real estate and housing law and policy, Schill is the author or co-author of three books and more than 40 scholarly articles.
His studies have included condominium and cooperative housing values, the impacts of housing programs on property values, fair housing laws enforcement, and housing market deregulation. Besides being the university’s president, Schill will hold a tenured faculty position in the School of Law. Schill replaced Michael Gottfredson, who resigned last August after two years as president.
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