Monday, November 2, 2009
Both Shelley Saxer (Pepperdine Law) and my colleague at Faulkner, Adam MacLeod, have recently posted working papers on RLUIPA.
Shelley, who participated in the real estate workshop at last summer's SEALS conference with me, discusses RLUIPA from a building and aesthetic land use code perspective while Adam's paper (scheduled to be published in the Urban Lawyer) offers this topic: "A Non-Fatal Collision: Interpreting RLUIPA Where Religious Land Uses and Community Interests Meet"
Both handle this act in original and interesting ways. I highly recommend checking them out.
--Chad Emerson, Faulkner U.