Stahl, Kenneth

Chapman University

Kenneth Stahl is a Professor of Law and the director of the Environmental, Land Use, and Real Estate Law certificate program at Chapman University Fowler School of Law.  He is the author of the forthcoming book Local Citizenship in a Global Age (Cambridge University Press 2020), which discusses how the nature of citizenship and the relationship between local and national governments have been transformed by globalisation.  Professor Stahl’s areas of research include land use regulation, state and local government law, citizenship studies, and law and globalisation.  His research combines doctrinal analysis with insights from disciplines including urban sociology, geography, economics, and the humanities. Professor Stahl’s work has been widely published in many law reviews.