Wednesday, December 12, 2018
From Sarah Adams-Schoen (Arkansas-Little Rock):
As chair of the ABA State & Local Gov't Law section's Land Use Committee, I host semi-monthly webinars on land use law topics. This month's will be presented by Portland, Oregon attorney Jennifer Bragar on comprehensive planning law. Among other things, Jennifer will discuss recent judicial opinions from states that ascribe quasi-constitutional status to comprehensive plans, and the closer scrutiny the courts apply in these cases to assure consistency or conformity of local actions--including adoption or amendment of land use regulations--with the applicable comprehensive plan. Given that what constitutes the comprehensive plan can include a locality's previous land use decisions and its zoning ordinance, consistency determinations must often take aim at a moving target.
These webinars are open to anyone and free (they're not accredited for CLE, but you can self-accredit if needed).
Here are the details:
Comprehensive Planning Law Update--
The Plan as an Impermanent Constitution
Friday, December 14, 2-3 pm ET
To join the online meeting, click: zoom.us/j/8013549496.
(You can also join the meetings from a mobile device by downloading the Zoom app and then clicking zoom.us/j/8013549496, or from your phone by calling either +1 669 900 6833 (US Toll) or +1 929 436 2866 (US Toll) and entering the Meeting ID: 801-354-9496. International numbers are available at zoom.us/u/dkiEeM2u.)
Upcoming topics include:
"Community Prosecution," on Jan. 11, 2019, by Chhunny Chhean, Esq.
"Distressed Properties," on Mar. 8, 2019, by Jessica Bacher, Executive Director, Pace Land Use Law Center
"Land Use Ethics," on May 10, 2019, by Patricia Salkin, Provost, Graduate & Professional Divisions, Touro College
"Fracking & Health," on June 14, 2019, by Erica Powers, Esq.