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Modern Studies in Property Law 2012

The 9th Biennial Conference takes place at the University of Southampton from Wednesday 21st – Friday 23rd March 2012. 

The conference series has its origins in the biennial conference first held by the University of Reading in 1996.  Those conferences gave rise to the book, Modern Studies in Property Law which, since 2001, has been the medium for refereed publication of the conference papers.  In 2008 the conference took place away from Reading for the first time and was held at Queen's College Cambridge and in 2010 the conference was held at New College Oxford.

Modern Studies in Property Law 2012 will again be closely tied to publication of a volume of the book.  The book will continue to be published by Hart Publishing Ltd and we are all extremely grateful to Richard Hart for his generous and continuous support.

The conference is delighted to announce the following speakers.  The opening keynote address on Wednesday 21st March will be delivered by Simon Gardner.  On Thursday 22nd March the conference keynote address will be given by Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe.  His address will be followed by the conference dinner, with an after dinner speech by the Rt Hon Sir Terence Etherton, Lord Justice of Appeal.

Conference Programme

The full conference programme is now available.

Registration for Conference is open

Details of how to register for the conference and delegate rated will be available through the Registration page. Please visit our online store for more information.

The Postgraduate Research Students' Conference

The inaugural MSPL Postgraduate Research Students' (PGRs) Conference takes place on Friday 23 March 2012.  The conference programme is now available.

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