Monday, March 7, 2011
As I mentioned and as Jim also noted, the ALPS conference was great; my objective here is to list some of the afternoon first-day panels that blog readers might be interested in thinking about and watching for the articles. So here goes:
Jessica Owley: Enforceability of Exacted Conservation Easements
Sarah Schindler: Abandoned Big Box Stores: Legal Solutions to the Legacies of Poor Planning Decisions
Marc Roark: Property at Law's End: How Instincts Towards Private Property Transcend Towards Non-Entitlements--Memory and Identity
Jim Kelly: Diversity in Land Trust Governance Structure: Comedy of the Anticommons?
Kenneth Stahl: Ambiguities of Neighborhood Empowerment
ALPS Day One ended with a terrific plenary session on the new book Integrating Spaces: Property, Law, & Race, with authors Al Brophy, Kali Murray, and Bernadette Atuahene and Kenneth Mack.
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