When I visited the Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond recently I drove by a United House of Prayer Church. And because I'm teaching Morison v. Rawlison today I thought that I'd post a picture of the church.
This week I'm teaching an intensive course on property in a program for college sophemores who are thinking about law school. It's a pretty good program, actually -- used to be run by CLEO, but now UNC's running this on our own. Anyway, we do about a day and a half on The Antelope and Johnson v. McIntosh, then switch over to nuisance. And I begin with a couple of race nuisance cases --Truehart v. Parker and Morison v. Rawlison.
In case you're interested, here's a link to the photographs my former student (and now co-author) Doug Thie took of the place where the church in Morison stood in Colubmia, South Carolina. Time for some good old United House of Prayer music in class! Just remember, "shoutin time soon be over."