Session Details

One or more presenters to be selected from Call for Papers.

Property and real estate scholarship on suburbs has often tended to treat them as undifferentiated areas that lack diversity, sprawl, vote monolithically, and resist change.  However, that view has begun to shift, as innovative scholars consider the complex demography of suburbs and the ways in which these small cities are evolving over time. The purpose of this program is to engage this conversation by exploring our changing suburbs and how they should be understood.  It will investigate whether and to what extent suburbs are actually sites of dramatic social, economic, demographic and environmental change. The panelists will address topics such as the changing role of common interest communities, annexation and regionalization, social trust, residential mortgage markets and patterns and incentives for sustainable energy use in the suburbs.

 

Business Meeting for Section on Property Law at Program Conclusion.

Business Meeting for Section on Real Estate Transactions at Program Conclusion.

Speakers
Lisa T. Alexander, University of Wisconsin Law School
Paula A. Franzese, Seton Hall University School of Law
Nicole S. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School
John A. Lovett, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
Myron Orfield, University of Minnesota Law School
Hari Michele Osofsky, University of Minnesota Law School
Christopher J. Tyson, Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center
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6260 Property Law and Real Estate Transactions Join Program: $0.0000