Saturday, March 6, 2010
I spent the last couple of days at the inaugural meeting of the Association for Law, Property, and Society (ALPS). What a fantastic event. For a junior prof like me, ALPS was just perfect in terms of size and subject matter. There was a great diversity of papers presented in many fields related to property-- land use, real estate, environmental, IP, etc.-- with interesting people from around the world in attendance. A great opportunity to share ideas and meet other property scholars. Many thanks to Robin Paul Malloy and the ALPS board for organizing it.
And there is already a "Save the Date" for next year: March 4-5, 2011 at Georgetown University Law Center. Pencil it in.
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