Most land use litigation appears to center on procedural due process mistakes made before, during, and after hearings. In this session, in which we are joined by two land-use law professors, you will learn about the most recent developments affecting the practice of local government lawyers and planners including conflict of interest, pre-determination, ex parte communications, and the problems created by social networking sites.
Mr. King is a professor of land use and property law. He previously worked as an attorney with Garber, Simon, and Haiman in Cleveland, OH. He is a member of the editorial board of the Connecticut Law Tribune and a member of the New Haven Legal Assistance Association. He also ... Read More
Mr. Mandelker is a leading scholar and teacher in land use law, environmental law, and state and local government law. He was the principal consultant and contributor to the American Planning Association's model planning and zoning legislation project. He also was the principal author of amendments to the New ... Read More
Mr. Merriam represents local governments in land use, planning, zoning, and conservation issues, including Section 1983 and RLUIPA defense. He has published over 200 professional articles on land use law, and 8 books among them Inclusionary Zoning Moves Downtown, The Takings Issue, Eminent Domain Use and Abuse, The Complete Guide ... Read More
Ms. Bronin is a licensed architect and attorney whose scholarly research examines property, land use, historic preservation, green building, and renewable energy law. Overarching all of her work is a focus on the way the law can facilitate economically and environmentally sustainable American cities. Professor Bronin has become one of ... Read More