Tuesday, November 24, 2009
The Law and Society Association will have its annual meeting in Chicago from May 27-30, 2010. The LSA is a big national conference but in my experience it is much more open to wide participation than most other conferences--particularly for junior scholars, graduate students, and aspiring academics. It's also one of the more interdisciplinary conferences out there (relevant to the interdisciplinary nature of land use), with lots of participation from the social sciences and the humanities as well as the legal profession. Plus, Chicago is an interesing land use city in its own right.
The deadline for panel and paper proposals is December 8. Check out the Call for Participation.
I'd like to see more land use, local government, and property law panels at LSA. Feel free to leave a comment or email me if you are interested in proposing a land use panel.
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