2010 First Annual Meeting of the
Association for Law, Property, and Society
Our First Annual Meeting was held March 5-6, 2010, at Georgetown University Law School in Washington, D.C. Association meeting was sponsored by Syracuse University College of Law and Georgetown Law School.
Registered Participants: Click here for Participant List
To view all the papers, Please click here
CONFERENCE HOTEL was the Hotel George.
Funds: wire information
Association for Law, Property and Society at Bank of America
(for wires from outside the U.S., only, include swift code BOFAUS3N)
Route # 026009593
Bank Contact Amy G. Bidwell, Vice President
CALL FOR PAPERS
Association for Law, Property, and Society (ALPS) annual meeting will be held March 5-6, 2010, at Georgetown Law School in Washington, D.C. Save the date. Topics will include all areas of property (real, personal, intangible, cultural, and intellectual property), and themes will center on Property and issues related to Entrepreneurship, Development, Identity, Takings, Sovereignty, Finance, Mortgage Markets, Securitization, Environment, Sustainability, Land Use, Patents, Copyright, Trade Secrets, Internet, and the concept of Home.
While all types of paper topics are welcome and encouraged two particular themes are being developed for book publications. These two themes are: 1) Property, Identity, and Sovereignty; and 2) Property and Entrepreneurship.
Individual paper proposals or session proposals for a panel composed of three to four paper participants are welcome (panels may include a chair and discussant as well). Send proposals or questions to Professor Robin Paul Malloy at email@example.com.
Abstracts are due by Sept. 25, 2009. All participants will be notified of acceptance of submitted paper proposals by October 5, 2009. Registration/Membership fee of $100 is due by October 30, 2009. [In cases of documented hardship the $100 fee can be waived. Hardship rules may apply, for instance, to students completing an advanced law degree (LL.M., JSD, or PhD, for example) or for people coming from institutions located in developing countries. Contact Robin Paul Malloy if you believe you have a hardship.]
Make checks payable to: Association for Law, Property, and Society (see above information under Update).
The Registration/Membership fee covers membership in the Association for one year and registration for the annual meeting.
Members receive a 20% discount for books ordered from participating publishers. (As of July 2009, this includes; Ashgate, Cambridge, E. Elgar) (Effective with date of annual meeting in March 2010)
Local arrangements for the March 2010 meeting are being arranged through Professor Michael Diamond at Georgetown. Once we have the registration count Michael will have his staff identify several hotel options for participants. Based on the number of commitments we will seek to obtain a favorable rate. More details on this after we review our meeting registrations. If you are interested in sharing a room with another participant, please indicate this on the registration form and we will make information available to interested parties so that you can communicate with each other to explore possible arrangements.
[Unfortunately we do not have funds to support participation in this Association meeting.]