Discussing “The Houses that Eminent Domain and Tax Credits Built: Imagining a Better New Orleans” by Carol Necole Brown & Serena M. Williams

3. “Tragedy or Triumph in Post-Katrina New Orleans?” by John A. Lovett

May 14th, 2013

2. “Post-Katrina Rebuilding as an Opportunity for a New Conversation: Dispossession as a Property Concept” by Carol Necole Brown & Serena Williams

October 1st, 2012

1. “The Failure of Our Good Intentions: Property and Dispossesion in Post-Katrina New Orleans” by Kali Murray

June 25th, 2012

The property law of the United States in the last ten years has been defined by its failures rather than its successes.  Two failures loom: the post-recovery efforts associated with Hurricane Katrina from 2005 until present, and the post-recovery efforts associated with the ongoing housing crisis from 2008 until present.