Wednesday, January 24, 2007
On February 22, Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania will hold a symposium titled Squaring the Circle on Sprawl: Tools and Options for Making Land Development and Conservation Compatible in Pennsylvania. The brochure is here. The symposium was organized by my colleague John Dernbach, with an assist from yours truly. Participants include Thomas Hylton (Pulitzer prize winning journalist); James McElfish (Environmental Law Institute); Joanne Denworth (PA Governor's Office of Policy); Randy Patterson (Department of Economic Development, City of Lancaster); Kurt Paulsen (University of Wisconsin); Patricia Salkin (Albany Law School); Michael Lewyn (Florida Coastal); John Echeverria (Georgetown Environmental Law and Policy Institute); Robert McKinstry (Penn State School of Forest Resources); David G. Mandelbaum (Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersol, LLP); Anna Breinich (Pennsylvania Environmental Council), Louis Biacchi (Pennsylvania Builders Association), and Edward Wilson (10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania). Pennsylvania and Delaware CLE credit is available.
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