Volume 4: 2017

SYMPOSIUM 2016: The Modern Metropolis – Contemporary Legal Issues in Urban Communities

Symposium Articles

Michael B. Kent, Public Pension Reform and the Takings Clause.

Brian W. Ohm, Is There a Law of Regional Planning?

Lori Raineri & Darien Shanske, Municipal Finance and Asymmetric Risk.

Michael Lewyn, The Middle Class, Urban Schools, and Choice.

Joseph P. Schwieterman & Mollie Pelon, First Zipcar, Now Uber: Legal and Policy Issues Facing the Expanding “Shared Mobility” Sector in U.S. Cities.

Symposium Panel

Mayor Karl Dean, Jon Cooper,  Ralph Schulz, & Michael Skipper,  Regionalism Panel Discussion.

Symposium Presentation

Representative Raumesh Akbari, Strengthening Our Cities.


Judicial Perspectives Series

Chief Justice Jeffrey S. Bivins & Justice Holly Kirby, Judicial Perspective Panel 2015 


Michael Bowen, Slicing the Pie: A Call for Congress to Enact Single-Factor Payroll Apportionment of Interstate Business Revenue.

Kierstin JodwayPumping 9 to 5: Why the FLSA’s Provisions Provide Illusory Protections for Breastfeeding Moms in the Workplace.

Keith Maune,  The Effects of Personal Property Tax Liens on the Rights of Secured Creditors.

Hannah McCann, Privileged for Being Stationary: Why the Practice of Differentiating Between In-State and Out-Of-State Tuition Rates are Unconstitutional.