The Law and Political Economy Society (www.lpesoc.org) at Berkeley is a student-run organization dedicated to fostering interest and discussion in LPE, offering a community through which students and practitioners can build creative thinking, dissent, and systemic critique into their study and practice.
Come join LPE Soc this Thursday, October 29th at 5:35 pm PT as we hang out, get to know each other, share advice on how to be an effective LPE law student and lawyer, and discuss ideas by LPE scholars and practitioners! Law students and legal practitioners are both welcome to attend!
For our next meeting, we will discuss property from an LPE perspective. For some background info, check out the following assigned reading:
- James Grimmelmann, Raze and Rebuild the Property Course
- Kali Murray, Teaching from Narrative in Property Law (Part I and Part II)
- Rebecca Tushnet, Zoning and Race, From Ladue to Ferguson
- Ezra Rosser, The State as the Foundation of Property
And for suggested further readings:
- Lua Yuille, Toward a Heterodox Property Law and Economics
- Justin Desautels-Stein, The Property Course as Critique
For more info about LPE Soc, visit our website or join our e-mail list at tinyletter.com/lpesoc.
IMPORTANT: Many of you are busy, we get it. You do not have to read the above to join us at this meeting! We’ll provide a 5-minute overview of the most provocative, juicy bits of the reading every session. What matters most is that you join us, meet others, and have an opportunity to discuss the reading or whatever else is on your mind