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Thursday, February 24, 2011

ALPS: Are you going?

I'm curious to know how many of our readers will be attending the ALPS conference next week.  If you're going, leave a comment, and if you're presenting tell us that too.  I'll be there and will be presenting, and I'm looking forward to meeting you.

Mark A. Edwards

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I'll be there and presenting my current work-in-progress (Enforceability of Exacted Conservation Easements). Perhaps we should start a friendly contest to see whether there will be more bloggers from Land Use Profs or from Property Profs. It looks like there will be a strong Land Use showing.

Posted by: Jessica Owley | Feb 24, 2011 4:42:46 PM

I'll be there, presenting on my work-in-progress called "Regulating God's Acre: Commerce, Custom, and Choice in the American Cemetery." I'm looking forward to meeting my fellow Property Profs in person!

Posted by: Tanya Marsh | Feb 24, 2011 4:54:56 PM

I'll be there, presenting my WIP entitled "Greening the Lawn in the Law: Lawns and Waterways." Look forward to meeting many of you.

Posted by: Asmara Tekle | Feb 25, 2011 5:59:30 AM

I will be attending and participating on a panel about federalism and land use to discuss Sex Offender Residency Restrictions.

Posted by: Shelley Saxer | Feb 25, 2011 9:54:26 AM

I'm counting eight (8) bloggers or guest bloggers from Land Use Profs Blog on the draft program! My paper is "Property Rights and Rule of Law Operations."

Posted by: Matt Festa | Feb 27, 2011 8:28:34 PM

Well, from the comments here and the preliminary program, it looks like its going to be a great conference. It looks like the Land Use Profs have us Property Profs beat in attendance numbers, but don't forget . . . the feats of strength and airing of grievances still await us. Festivus for the rest of us! Serenity now!

Posted by: Mark A. Edwards | Mar 2, 2011 9:19:55 AM

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