LAMB faculty fellow, Dan Kelly, recently gave two talks at Yale Law School on land assembly and governmental takings.
The first talk, part of the Young Scholar Workshop Series, was a presentation of Professor Kelly's research on assembling real estate through private markets and eminent domain. The workshop was entitled "Circumventing the Anticommons: Private Land Assembly Before and After Kelo."
Professor Kelly's second talk, "Who Took My Raisins? Horne v. USDA and Personal Property Takings," was on the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision (in the California raisins case).