Celebrating the Centennial of Zoning at Pace Law School

The Land Use Law Center at Pace Law School is hosting its fourteenth annual Land Use and Sustainable Development Conference, Reflecting on the Past, Planning for the Future: Celebrating 100 years of Zoning. This day-long conference will be held on December 11, 2015 and will discuss land use, zoning, and sustainable development laws and policies that affect communities currently and into the future. Various experts in the land use field will provide insight into how communities are transitioning towards sustainability, disaster recovery, and revitalization.
Governor Glendening, the President of Smart Growth America’s Leadership Institute, will be the conference’s keynote speaker. Other speakers include:
  • Don Elliot, FAICP, Dwight Merriam, Esq.
  • Professor John R. Nolon
  • Professor Michael A. Wolf
  • Touro Dean, Patricia E. Salkin
Other sessions include:  Ethics in Land Use, Trends in Zoning: Changing Downtowns & Retrofitting Office Parks, Case Law Update, Forecasting the Future and more. Conference participants can earn CLE, APA-CM, and New York State planning and zoning training credits. For more information, please visit: http://law.pace.edu/annual-conference-2015.
And, save the date Touro’s Second Annual Long Island Coastal Resilience Summit on March 11, 2016. For more information about this and other upcoming land use and sustainable development programming, visit here.
Post by Saba Khan
Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
Juris Doctor Candidate, May 2017
Touro Law Review
2015-2016 Vice-President, Intellectual Property Law Society
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