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The Case That Saved Overton Park

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Date Published

March 2, 2021

Publisher

Memphis Bar Association

Subjects

Memphis, Overton Park , Overton Park vs. Volpe, Transit

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Summary

The Headline is a Misnomer: This CLE discusses the facts leading up to the Overton Park v. Volpe decision and addresses why this decision was just the beginning of the litigation that saved Overton Park.

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Presenters

Charles Newman

Charles Newman graduated from Yale College in 1959 Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. In 1959-1960 he did graduate work in... Read More

David Scott Ramantz

Professor David Romantz is the Olin Atkins University Professor. He served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs from 2009 -... Read More

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