Bibliographic Details

Kelo ten years later : the impact on eminent domain, property rights, and homes / a panel discussion with Ilya Somin, Nadia Nasser-Ghodsi, Lee Fennell.

Author / Creator Somin, Ilya, speaker.
Imprint [Chicago, Illinois] : University of Chicago Law School, May 13, 2015.
Description 1 online file (1 audio file) (1 hr., 5 mins., 9 secs.) : digital, stereo, MP3.
Language English
Subject Eminent domain -- United States.
Right of property -- United States.
Eminent domain.
Right of property.
United States.
Format Spoken word recording, Audio, E-Resource
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/10371500
Other authors / contributors Nasser-Ghodsi, Nadia, speaker.
Fennell, Lee Anne, speaker.
University of Chicago. Law School, host institution.
Kriesman Initiative on Housing Law and Policy, sponsoring body.
Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies (U.S.) University of Chicago Law School Chapter, sponsoring body.
Computer file characteristics MP3
Sound characteristics digital stereo
Notes Presented by the Kriesman Initiative on Housing Law and Policy, the Law and Economics Society and the Federalist Society.
Recorded May 13, 2015 , posted May 18, 2015.
Summary "In 2005 the Supreme Court handed down the controversial decision of Kelo v. City of New London. Ten years later, we ask what the impact of the case has been on the real world. Our panelists address the effects of economic development and blight condemnations on the housing market as well as the state-level reform efforts prompted by the decision."--Law School faculty podcast webpage.