Margaret Jane Radin, the Henry King Ransom Professor of Law, teaches courses about contracts and patents, as well as those dealing with property theory, the interaction between property and contracts, and the evolution of property and contracts in the digital era. She authored Boilerplate (Princeton University Press, 2012), which explores the problems posed for the legal system by adhesion contracts and how they might be ameliorated. She also has written two books exploring the problems of propertization: Contested Commodities (Harvard University Press, 1996) and Reinterpreting Property (University of Chicago Press, 1993), and coauthored a casebook, Internet Commerce: The Emerging Legal Framework, Second Edition (Foundation Press, 2005). Prof. Radin has taught at the University of Southern California, Stanford University, Harvard University, University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall), and New York University. In 2006-2007, she was the inaugural Microsoft Fellow in Law and Public Affairs at Princeton University. In 2008, she became a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Prof. Radin received her AB from Stanford, 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 remains an avid amateur flutist.