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March 31, 2018

Niles Barton Sponsors LAI Baltimore Spring 2018 Land Economics Weekend

Niles, Barton & Wilmer, LLP is proud to sponsor the Lambda Alpha International (LAI) Spring Land Economics Weekend (LEW) being held in Baltimore, MD on April 26 – 28, 2018 at Pier V Hotel. LAI Baltimore Board Member Matthew L. Kimball, Esq., Chair of the Real Estate Department at Niles, Barton & Wilmer, LLP, along with Michael H. Mannes, Esq., Partner in the Real Estate Department and past LAI Board Member, will be active participants in the group welcoming LAI members, guests and land use professionals to Baltimore City.

The event provides opportunities for members, guests, as well as local professionals, to broaden their perspectives and meet face to face with other accomplished professionals from around the world, while getting behind the scenes access to projects in some of the world’s most interesting cities. The three-day meeting includes a business meeting on the first day and two days of timely and informative tours of the host city. These tours present a first-hand look at key current developments and significant features of the city’s economy, culture and landscape. All are presented by the local industry experts leading the initiatives.

LAI Baltimore’s mission during the conference is to showcase the recent development and revitalization of Baltimore, and its creative, innovative, and diverse communities and institutions. The Baltimore LEW program includes tours, briefings and first-hand views of local development which are the heart of the LEWs. Each city’s presentation is unique but follows a pattern of showing the area’s prominent features, new activities and changes or recent trends.

More details and registration information for the LAI Spring LEW in Baltimore may be found at

About Lambda Alpha International (LAI)

Lambda Alpha International (LAI) is an honorary, networked international association for distinguished professionals in all fields related to the use and development of land. LAI is committed to promoting best practices and making a difference in our communities. LAI has a network of 26 Chapters in North America, Europe, and Asia that offer a variety of programs with top speakers, relevant forums, and events where members engage in discussion and debate about land use, economic, and business issues that matter on a local level.

The Baltimore Chapter was formed in 1992 and its members – from business, academia, and government – represent a wide range of professions dealing with some aspect of land economic. The heart of our activities is educational programs including monthly lunches with presentations by key leaders in their respective fields on current topics of major interest. The diversity of this membership provides an unusual reservoir of talent, knowledge and expertise to draw upon for these programs and discussions. This reservoir in-turn attracts others with talent, knowledge, and expertise to the educational activities of Lambda Alpha at both the international and Chapter level.

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