Kevin C. Foy

Professor of Law

Kevin Foy

Kevin C. Foy

Education

J.D., North Carolina Central University
B.A., Kenyon College

Biography

Kevin Foy teaches courses in environmental law, business associations, remedies, and torts. Prior to joining the NCCU faculty, he practiced law, and before that he served as editor of Forest & Conservation History, a refereed multi-disciplinary academic journal exploring the history of human interaction with the environment. From 2001 to 2009, he served as Mayor of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. During his time in office, he focused on building a sustainable, environmentally sound community. Land use, local government, and environmental justice are his research and writing interests, as illustrated by two recent articles: “Balancing Multiple Goals at the Local Level: Water Quality, Water Equity, and Water Conservation,” 26 Duke Journal of Environmental Law and Policy 241 (Spring 2016), and “Environmental Justice and Corporate Responsibility: Institutionalizing Normative Expectations,” 3 NCCU Environmental Law Reporter 1 (Spring 2016). Professor Foy has an undergraduate degree from Kenyon College and a law degree from NCCU.

Publications

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Contact Information

Office: 142
Email: kfoy@nccu.edu
Phone: 919-530-7818
Fax: 919-530-6339