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Is the Government Fiscally Blind? An Empirical Examination of the Effect of the Compensation Requirement on Eminent Domain Exercises

Is the Government Fiscally Blind? An Empirical Examination of the Effect of the Compensation Requirement on Eminent Domain Exercises
15 Devonshire Place, Larkin Building room 200
Time: Mar 3rd, 12:00 pm End: Mar 3rd, 2:00 pm
Interest Categories: Urban, Philosophy (FAS), Law, Faculty of , Geography & Planning (FAS), Ethics, Critical Theory, Canada, Architecture, Landscape, Design
Lecture by Ronit Levine-Schnur, Visiting Scholar (Law) and postdoctoral fellow (Ctr. for Ethics)

The Centre for Ethics is pleased to present:

Ronit Levine-Schnur, Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Law, and Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Ethics and Munk School of Global Affairs

Is the Government Fiscally Blind? An Empirical Examination of the Effect of the Compensation Requirement on Eminent Domain Exercises

Ronit Levine-Schnur is Visiting Scholar at the Faculty of Law. She is also a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Ethics and Munk School of Global Affairs. She is the recipient of the 2014-15 Halbert Exchange Post-Doctoral Award, the Arie Shachar Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Canadian Studies and the Rothschild Post-Doctoral Award. Her research focuses on property and contract law and theory, with particular emphasis on land ownership.

This event is free and open to all.  For further information, please contact the Centre for Ethics at (416) 946-8069.

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