U. Hawaii Law Review Sharing Economy Symposium (Feb. 17, 2017)
by Robert Thomas, InverseCondemnation, February 8, 2017
This year, the University of Hawaii Law Review is devoting one of its issues to a symposium on issues related to the sharing economy.
On Friday, February 17, 2017, the law review is sponsoring a series of presentations from 9:00 am - 4:30 pm at the law school (lunch included if you RSVP ahead of time), followed by a reception in downtown Honolulu.
Presenters include national experts such as Professor Stephen Miller (who is also the founding Chair of the ABA State and Local Government Law Section's Sharing Economy Committee), Christina Sandefur of the Goldwater Institute, local players such as Michael Formby, the Director of Transportation Services for the City and County of Honolulu and Greg Kugle of my law firm, and industry insiders such as Timothy Burr Jr., Senior Public Policy Manager for Lyft.
The day will see presentations on Housing, Transportation, and Discrimination, as well as a keynote address by Professor Erez Aloni, "Access and Excess in the P2P Economy: A Comparative Approach."
I'll be moderating the panel on Transportation issues, so come on up to campus and get educated on these cutting-edge issues.
If you can't make it there, you should join us downtown after the day's presentations for a reception at 1003 Bishop Street in the main second floor lobby. Free parking!
More on the symposium and a complete agenda (including speakers and topics) is posted here.
LINK: UH Law Review Sharing Economy Symposium