Thursday, July 21, 2011
From Robin Paul Malloy comes the CFP for next year's annual meeting of the Association for Law, Property, and Society (ALPS). The first two ALPS conferences were absolutely terrific, both for the scholarship and for the ability to meet so many other scholars in the field. For my money (or at least for my travel budget), ALPS is the single best conference to go to for property, land use, and real estate legal scholarship. Here's the CFP:
ALPS 3rd Annual Meeting
March 2-3, 2012, to be held at Georgetown Law School in Washington, D.C. Co-sponsored by Syracuse University College of Law and Georgetown Law Center
Registration Opens September 1, 2011 and Closes January 20, 2012. Early Bird Registration fee is $145 for registration prior to November 15. After November 15 registration is $175. Registration will be available on our web pages by September 1, 2011
JOIN OUR MAILING LIST at: www.alps.syr.edu/join
CALL FOR PAPERS: ASSOCIATION FOR LAW, PROPERTY, AND SOCIETY (ALPS)
ALPS, third Annual Meeting (supported by Syracuse University, College of Law and Georgetown University Law Center) to be held at Georgetown Law School, March 2-3, 2012. Our first two meetings included 150 participants each; of which approximately 1/3 were from outside of North America. The discussions on all areas of property were exciting and benefited from the diverse mix of viewpoints presented. We are looking forward to an equally good meeting this coming March.
This year registration will include an option to register to attend without presenting a paper. For those wishing to present a paper any topic on property law and policy is of interest and may be on any of a number of topic areas including: Real, Personal, and Intangible Property; Cultural Property; Intellectual Property; Real Estate Transactions and Finance; Land Use and Zoning; Urban Planning and Development; Environmental Law; Climate Change; Housing; Home; Green Development; Mortgages and Foreclosure; Land Titles; Indigenous Populations and Sovereignty; Human Rights and Property; Entrepreneurship and Property; Takings and Eminent Domain; Property Theory; Property History; The Economics of Property
Pencil it in now, and plan to be there in DC next March!
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