Prof. Margaret RadinMargaret Jane Radin is Faculty of Law Distinguished Research Scholar at the University of Toronto, where she serves on the Faculty Advisory Group for the Centre for Innovation Law and Policy. Her most recent book, Boilerplate: The Fine Print, Vanishing Rights, and the Rule of Law (Princeton University Press, 2013), winner of the Scribes Book Award for 2014, explores the problems posed for the legal system by adhesion contracts and how those problems might be ameliorated. Radin also has written two books exploring the problems of propertization: Contested
(Harvard University Press, 1996) and Reinterpreting Property (University of Chicago Press, 1993), as well as co-authored a casebook on Internet Commerce. Radin is the author of about 70 articles, two of which, Property and Personhood  and Market-Inalienability, were selected for a list of the 100 most cited law review articles of all time. Prof. Radin has held chaired professorships at the University of Michigan, Stanford University, and the University of Southern California, and she has also taught at Harvard University, the University of California at Berkeley, New York University, and Princeton University, where she was the inaugural Microsoft Fellow in Law and Public Affairs.  Radin is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a member of the American Law Institute.  She received her AB from Stanford University, where she majored in music, and her MFA in music history from Brandeis University. She was advanced to candidacy for the PhD in musicology at UC Berkeley before she changed her career path to law and received her JD from the University of Southern California in 1976. She is a serious amateur flutist who welcomes opportunities to play music with others.