Syracuse University College of Law to Host ALPS 10th Annual Meeting, May 16-18, 2019
From May 16-18, 2019, the Association for Law, Property, and Society (ALPS) will hold its 10th Annual Meeting at the Syracuse University College of Law. The ALPS Annual Meeting—hosted by the College's Center on Property, Citizenship, and Social Entrepreneurism (PCSE)—convenes scholars from all over the world to discuss property law, policy, planning, social scientific field studies, modeling, and theory.
"We are delighted to have Dean Craig M. Boise support our hosting of the 10th Anniversary Annual Meeting of ALPS at the College of Law," says Professor Robin Paul Malloy, E.I. White Chair and Distinguished Professor of Law and PCSE Director. "ALPS is the most diverse and influential association of property law scholars in academia today. Syracuse was the original force behind the founding of ALPS, and this relationship makes hosting the 10th anniversary meeting extra special for us."
ALPS is a membership organization for scholars performing interdisciplinary legal scholarship on all aspects of property law and policy, including real, personal, intellectual, intangible, cultural, personal, and other forms of property. Its scholars work in the realms of common law, civil law, indigenous law, and mixed legal traditions.
Topics to be discussed at the Annual Meeting include disability law, the built environment, and accessibility; indigenous people; energy law; water law; climate change; land use planning, land regulation, and Zoning; and historic preservation. Attendees will have the option, while in Central New York, to visit to the Oneida Nation, an indigenous nation of Native American people whose sacred and sovereign homelands are located in Central New York.
For more information on ALPS 2019, visit alps2019.syr.edu.