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Published: November 1, 2023
(Orlando, FL) Written by Dean Mead attorney Brian Stephens and University of Tennessee College of Law J.D. Candidate Myles Roth, “The Role and Benefits of Conservation Easements” details how conservation easements provide opportunity for owners of agricultural and undeveloped land realize the land’s value without having to sell to a third-party developer.
Per the authors, “No matter if the recipient [of the land] is a government or private entity, securing a conservation easement in your land can be a great opportunity to both protect it and extracting lasting value.”
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Myles Roth is a 2024 J.D. Candidate with the University of Tennessee College of Law. Myles has served as a Summer Associate and Summer Law Clerk with two firms in Tennessee and worked with the University of Tennessee Research Foundation as a Commercialization Analyst Intern. Before pursuing his J.D., he served as the Consulting Operations Manager at a pharmaceutical and biotech consulting firm. He was awarded his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Colorado Boulder. Myles can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.