What is Urban Law Today – New York, NY

CaptureThe Fordham Urban Law Journal hosts “What is Urban Law Today?  A Symposium on the Field’s Past, Present, and Future in Honor of the Urban Law Journal’s 40th Anniversary” on February 28, 2013.

To celebrate the Journal’s 40 years of path-breaking scholarship, we have gathered together leading scholars across topics inspired by the Journal’s inaugural 1972 volume, including exclusionary zoning and housing in urban planning, urban environmental challenges, consumer protection in cities, and a special plenary panel where participants will discuss the broader question of “What is Urban Law”?

Attendees can find registration information here.


 Speakers include the following:

  • David Barron, Honorable S. William Green Professor of Public Law, Harvard Law School
  • J. Peter Byrne, Associate Dean, Professor of Law, Georgetown Law
  • Paul Diller, Associate Professor of Law, Willamette University College of Law
  • Rick Hills, Professor of Law, New York University School of Law
  • Olatunde Johnson, Professor of Law, Columbia Law School
  • Audrey McFarlane, Professor of Law, University of Baltimore Law School
  • Kathleen Morris, Associate Professor of Law, Golden Gate University School of Law
  • John Nolon, Counsel and Faculty Liaison, Land Use Law Center; Visiting Counsel and Faculty Liaison, Land Use Law Center; Visiting Professor, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
  • Matthew Parlow, Associate Dean For Academic Affairs And Associate Professor Of Law, Marquette University Law School
  • David Schleicher, Associate Professor of Law, George Mason School of Law
  • Christopher Serkin, Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School
  • Stephanie Stern, Irving S. Ribicoff Visiting Associate Professor of Law, Yale Law School
  • Dan Tarlock, Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Program in Environmental and Energy Law, Chicago-Kent College of Law
  • Hannah Wiseman, Assistant Professor, Florida State University College of Law
  • Michael Allan Wolf, Professor of Law, Richard E. Nelson Chair in Local Government Law, University of Florida Levin College of Law