Special Topics in Planning and the First Amendment: Signs, Adult Businesses, Religious Land Uses, and More

APA Planning & Law Division


Thursday, December 14, 2017
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EST

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Planning and zoning in areas involving rights protected under the First Amendment, including the rights to free speech and freedom of religion, can be tricky. This webinar will review several areas in which planners interact with the First Amendment, including in the areas of signs, religious land uses, adult businesses, and even some other interesting areas such as the regulation of gun shops, tattoo parlors, public monuments, and other topics. Presenters will poll the audience at the beginning of the webinar to determine specific topics in which attendees are interested, and will tailor the presentation to attendees’ interests.

Webinar fee: Join the Planning and Law Division before registering and your webinar is half the price! 

Individual rate (one person/registration fee per computer): $20 PLD member; $45 non-member

Group rate (one registration fee allows any number of people to watch from one computer): $140

Online registration will close on Wednesday, December 13, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. EDT.

For registration questions e-mail confregistration@planning.org or call (312) 334-1250.


Daniel Bolin

Daniel J. Bolin is a partner at Ancel Glink representing public entities and property owners in wide-ranging local government and land use matters. Dan’s creative strategies for the repair and demolition of blighted properties recently helped his client earn a Lake County Municipal League Innovation Award. Dan writes about ... Read More

Evan Seeman

Evan Seeman is a member of Robinson+Cole's Real Estate + Development Group, where he practices land use, environmental, and municipal law. Evan advises clients on meeting requirements for land development, real property disputes, and other administrative and real estate issues that arise in the context of land use and ... Read More

Brian Connolly

Brian Connolly is a shareholder in the Land Use, Litigation, and Real Estate practice groups at Otten Johnson Robinson Neff + Ragonetti, P.C. in Denver. There, he represents public- and private-sector clients in matters relating to zoning, planning, development entitlements and other complex regulatory issues. Brian’s practice encompasses a ... Read More

Contact Info

David Silverman, dsilverman@ancelglink.com