March 25, 2015
Property law scholars from eight universities across the United States plan to gather March 27 for Tulane Law School’s first Property Roundtable.
Organized by Professor Sally Richardson, who recently was named Tulane Law’s newest Gordon Gamm Faculty Scholar, the roundtable showcases the scholars’ works in progress covering a wide range of issues concerning the regulation of private and public property rights.
Professor Sally Richardson, Tulane Law’s newest Gordon Gamm Faculty Scholar, organized the March 27 Property Roundtable and is one of the presenters.
Papers explore topics such as individual ownership on Indian reservations; the critical role of information contained in property registries; ways that private property ownership can everyone flourish, not just the owners; and when property owners have a right to be restricted from high-risk uses of their land.
Sessions, which start at 8:55 a.m. in Tulane Law’s Weinmann Hall Room 202 and run throughout the day, are open to the public. More information is available from Richardson at Richardson@tulane.edu.