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February 6, 2009

Upcoming Conference: Property Ownership and Economic Stability

Saint Louis University School of Law Public Law Review is hosting "Property Ownership and Economic Stability: A Necessary Relationship?" on Feb. 27, 2009.  The schedule can be found here and the participants here.  The overview of the conference is below:

The recent instability in the nation's housing markets has demonstrated the complex relationship between property ownership and economic stability for lower-income families. Until recently, many experts argued that such families could not hope to achieve the "American dream" without owning their own homes. Increasingly, events from the past year are calling the assumptions underlying these assertions into question. This symposium brings together a group of leading scholars and practitioners to examine the relationship between property ownership and economic stability, both domestically and abroad. Among other issues, speakers will discuss barriers to creating affordable housing, property rights in the international context and changing definitions of property ownership in the United States.

-E.R. erosser@wcl.american.edu

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