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Legal Scholarship 4.0 Legal Scholarship 4.0: Tackling the Urban Core Puzzle

Even as American metropolises have begun to pull themselves out of the Great Recession, the neighborhoods at their centers often remain underdeveloped and impoverished. Entrenched sites of market failure and economic distress, such urban cores contribute significantly to the nation's worsening inequality gap. In our second annual Legal Scholarship 4.0 conference, experts convened to explore and generate fresh research approaches with the potential to transform our cities.

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Frank Pasquale, Professor of Law, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
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Frank Pasquale, Professor of Law, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
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Nestor Davidson, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor of Law and Faculty Co-Director of the Fordham Urban Law Center, Fordham University School of Law
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John Infranca, Assistant Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law School
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Kathleen Morris, Associate Professor of Law, Golden Gate University School of Law
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Daniel O’Brien, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and Criminology and Criminal Justice, Northeastern University
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Joel Quick '15
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Christopher Horsch, Former General Counsel, The South Shore Bank of Chicago
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Robert Solomon, Clinical Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Community and Economic Development Clinic, University of California, Irvine, School of Law
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Professor of Law and Chief of Staff and Senior Strategy Advisor, Office of President Joseph E. Aoun
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