LAW REVIEW ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM
The 2016 Law Review Annual Symposium - Urban Revitalization: The Legal Implications of Remaking a City, will be held on March 18, 2016 at the University of Memphis School of Law in the Wade Auditorium.
Featuring Presentations by:
"Regulatory Created Blight and How to end it in a 'Legacy City'", Steven Barlow - Partner, Brewer & Barlow, PLC; Tommy Pacello - President, Medical District Collaborative; Josh Whitehead - Planning director for the Memphis & Shelby County Office of Planning and Development
"Inclusive Communities: Urban Revitalization, Geographic Desegregation and Disparate Impact Under the Fair Housing Act" J. William Callison, Chair, ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development; Partner, Faegre, Baker & Daniels.
"Revitalizing Urban Cities: Linking the Past to the Present" - A. Mechele Dickerson, Arthur L. Moller Chair in Bankruptcy Law and Practice The University of Texas at Austin Law School.
"Affirmatively Furthering Neighborhood Choice" - James Kelly, Clinical Professor of Community Development Law, Notre Dame Clinical Law Center.
"The New Debtor City"- Christopher K. Odinet, Assistant Professor of Law Southern University Law Center.
"Landbanking in Tennessee: A Promising Solution for Positive Growth" - Sohil Shah, Associate, Polsinelli PC.
"Neighborhood Blight as a Collaborative Policy Movement—where have we been? Where are we going?" - Joe Schilling, Senior Research Associate, Urban Institute.
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The University of Memphis Law Review hosts their annual symposium every spring at the University of Memphis School of Law. For more information about past topics and speakers, please visit the links to past Symposium programs below.
2015 - In re Valor: Policy and Action in Veterans Legal Aid
2014 - Juvenile Courts in Transition
2013 - Breaking the Silence - Legal Voices in the Fight Against Human Trafficking