March 2, 2012
Greetings from the 3d annual meeting of the Association for Law, Property & Society (ALPS) at Georgetown Law Center in DC. Day 1 was great, with a lot of very interesting presentations. Most importantly (for me), I'm done, so I can relax and enjoy tomorrow's panels. My co-bloggers Jim Kelly and Ken Stahl still have to present tomorrow! Lots of other esteemed colleagues are here to discuss their current research, as is appropriate for what has quickly become the premier conference for academic property and land use law.
If you couldn't make it but would like to see what's going on at ALPS this year, you can check out the conference program at the link.
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How do we get copies of papers? (for those too far away to attend)
Posted by: Thomas Gibbons NZ | Mar 4, 2012 7:15:05 PM
It would be up to the individual authors to make their papers publicly available. I know that some of the conference papers are out for review at the journals right now, and others are earlier-stage works in progress. I suspect we'll see most of the papers on SSRN at some point.
Posted by: Matt Festa | Mar 5, 2012 5:49:13 AM