Today through Thursday, SLoG is delighted to be joined by four respected scholars who will offer reflections on a new book, Co-Cities,
by Sheila R. Foster and Christian Iaione. Winner of the 2023 PROSE Award in Architrcture and Urban Planning, Co-Cities presents a new model for urban governance, mapping the route to more equitable management of city infrastructure and services.
Professor Foster is the Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Urban Law and Policy at Georgetown University Law Center. She holds a joint appointment with the Law School and the McCourt School of Public Policy.
She is also a Founding Contributor to SLoG Law Blog and Faculty Advisor to SALPAL the Georgetown Project on State and Local Government Policy and Law,
Christian Iaione is Professor of Urban Law and Policy and of Law of Policy of Innovation and Sustainability at Luiss University in Rome, Italy as well as Co-Director of LabGov.City and Affiliated Fellow of the Urban Law Center at Fordham University.
Our writers for the week are Lisa T. Alexander, Professor of Law at Boston College School of Law (today); Nestor M. Davidson, Albert A. Walsh Chair in Real Estate, Land Use and Property Law and Director of the Urban Law Center at Fordham University (Tuesday); Vanessa Casado Perez, Professor of Law at Texas A&M Unversity School of Law (Wednesday) and Amnon Lehavi, Atara Kaufman Professor of Law, Harry Razdyner School of Law, Reichman University, Herzliya, Israel (Thursday)
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