It's my pleasure to announce that Marc Roark of Savannah Law School is stepping into the faculty lounge to sit with us for a spell. Marc teaches and writes in the areas of property, secured transactions, sales, payment systems, and law and literature. Marc was educated at LSU, Loyola of New Orleans, and Duke, and practiced commerical law in New Orleans. Before moving to Savannah in 2012, Marc taught at La Verne, the University of Missouri -- Columbia, and the University of Tulsa. His articles have appeared in the Duke Law and Technology Review, the University of Cincinnati Law Review, the Louisiana Law Review, the UCC Law Journal, the Loyola Law Review, and the UMKC Law Review, and he has articles forthcoming in the Journal of Legal Education and the Cumberland Law Review. Marc is working on an extended project tentatively titled “Popular Property,” on the nature of property outside of legal regimes. We're also working together on an article that bridges legal history and property pedagogy, which Marc may talk a little bit about.