Part II of this essay will outline my overall approach to teaching Property and the inherent challenges of the subject. Part III sets out the topics covered in my property classes and the relevance of the “bundle of rights” concept. Part IV describes my use of the problem method in teaching Property and counters the purported disadvantages of applying that method. That part also demonstrates the practical use of the problem approach. Part V examines the evolutionary nature of property law and looks at three areas of law: landlord and tenant relationships, the law of servitudes, and future interests.
Vada Waters Lindsey, Review: The Essence of Property Law, 22 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 977 (1999).