Back in October, the William and Mary Law School awarded U. Hawaii lawprof David Callies the Brigham-Kanner Prize at a two-day conference in Williamsburg. Our summary of the conference is posted here.
We spoke at the conference, at the first panel entitled "The Future of Land Regulation and a Tribute to David Callies," along with Professors Shelly Saxer and Jim Ely, and past B-K Prize winner Michael Berger. Of course, Professor Callies also delivered his opening remarks.
The law school has posted the audio from that session, which you can listen to here, or stream it above (via Soundcloud).
We're in the process of transforming our remarks into a short essay, to be submitted to the Brigham-Kanner Property Conference Journal if you want to wait for the expanded version. (Feb. 13, 2018 update: here's the draft article.)