Last updated – Weds 10 May
The academic portion of the conference takes place on Friday 12 May and Saturday 13 May with concurrent panels and plenary sessions running all day on both days. Friday 12 May will also feature a reception to launch the new research centre, Centre for Property, People and Community at Southampton Law School. More details will become available on this site as they are finalised.
Sue Bright (Professor of Land Law and McGregor Fellow at the University of Oxford Faculty of Law) will give a keynote address entitled Resilient High-Rise Property: Grenfell Tower and Beyond. There will also be a plenary panel discussion on the theme of Alternative Property chaired by Alison Clarke (Emeritus Professor at the University of Surrey School of Law) with contributors including Frankie McCarthy (Professor of Private Law at the University of Glasgow and Scottish Law Commissioner), Karen Jones (Professor of Environmental and Cultural History at the University of Kent and Director of the Centre for the Study of Health, Science, and Environment), and Dr Amanda Byer (Research Fellow at University College Dublin).