Takings Panel | March 29 | 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. | Map Room

On March 29th, the Vermont Law School Chapter of the Federalist Society and the Planning Law Group will host a panel discussion entitled,Takings: Is Eminent Domain Good for Community Economic Planning or just Crony Capitalism?

Professor John Echeverria, Acting Director of the Environmental Law Center and Faculty Advisor to the Federalist Society, will moderate a discussion between Professor Steven Eagle of George Mason University, one of the most respected property-rights advocates in the country, and Professor John Hart of Duke University, a prominent legal historian who will add much depth to the conversation. This event is free and open to the community. Light Refreshments will be provided.

For those of you that would like to do some advance reading on the topic, the library contains many books on the topic. The Library of Congress subject headings for takings is “eminent domain.” Select a geographical subdivision if you would like to know how a specific state or country deals with the topics.
JULIEN  shows that we own 77 books under the heading Eminent Domain—United States.