Location

Zoom Recording Available at Link Below.

Event Website

https://media.law.seattleu.edu/Playlist/c2G6Rpd7?destinationID=4AUx5RIOEkqKZ8DZ1XLNHw&contentID=QlbOVurfG0Ws1M_ZJJLaWA&orderBy=videoTitle&orderByDirection=asc&pageIndex=1&pageSize=10

Start Date

13-6-2020 3:35 PM

End Date

13-6-2020 5:00 PM

Description

ABSTRACT: Innovating the Built Environment for a Post-COVID-19 World

It would seem an act of academic malpractice to teach a course titled Innovating the Built Environment: How the Law Responds to Disruptive Change, and host an all-day symposium as an integral part of that course, and not endeavor to address the most-disruptive thing to happen to the built environment in more than 100 years: The coronavirus pandemic. This "disruption" to real estate is the proverbial elephant in the room. Hopefully, it will maintain a minimum six-foot distance from others as we address how it impacts the four Special Topics addressed above. What should/will our built environment look like in a post-COVID 19 world? This Session 6 discussion begins with two special guests as Featured Speakers and then brings back a few of the panelists from earlier sessions to discuss how today’s Special Topics may be fundamentally altered for a post-COVID 19 world.

Comments

Featured Speaker: Marc Palatucci, Futurist, Associate, The Future Today Institute, New York, NY

Featured Speaker: Richard Lyall, Real Estate Strategist, President, RESCON, Ontario, Canada

Panel Discussion: Timothy Harris (moderator), Assistant City Attorney, Adjunct Professor, Seattle University School of Law; Marc Palatucci, Featured Speaker; Richard Lyall, Featured Speaker Steven Bender Peter Smirniotopoulos Ryan Mathisen

Session 6 Introduction.pdf (275 kB)
by Prof. Peter Smirniotopoulos

Session 6 Summary.pdf (300 kB)
Summary of Proceeding by Jenny Wu

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Jun 13th, 3:35 PM Jun 13th, 5:00 PM

SESSION 6: Innovating the Built Environment Post-COVID-19

Zoom Recording Available at Link Below.

ABSTRACT: Innovating the Built Environment for a Post-COVID-19 World

It would seem an act of academic malpractice to teach a course titled Innovating the Built Environment: How the Law Responds to Disruptive Change, and host an all-day symposium as an integral part of that course, and not endeavor to address the most-disruptive thing to happen to the built environment in more than 100 years: The coronavirus pandemic. This "disruption" to real estate is the proverbial elephant in the room. Hopefully, it will maintain a minimum six-foot distance from others as we address how it impacts the four Special Topics addressed above. What should/will our built environment look like in a post-COVID 19 world? This Session 6 discussion begins with two special guests as Featured Speakers and then brings back a few of the panelists from earlier sessions to discuss how today’s Special Topics may be fundamentally altered for a post-COVID 19 world.

https://digitalcommons.law.seattleu.edu/sitie_symposium/itbe2020/june13/8