Tuesday, February 26, 2019
In preparation for his presentation of the 15th Annual Norman Williams Distinguished Lecture in Land Use Planning and the Law at Vermont Law School, Professor John Nolon’s student research team members will present their findings at a Workshop at Pace Law School on March 4th. This is part of a multi-year project of the Land Use Law Center entitled Calming Troubled Waters: Local Solutions. The Workshop will commence at 4 pm in the Problem Room on the School’s White Plains campus. If you would like to attend, please respond to email@example.com. The research team’s work explores the fragmented nature of water law in the U.S. and strategies for connecting the fragmented powers of federal, state, and local governments to protect water quality. The team comprises ten Pace JD students and three joint degree students with Yale’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, two of whom are JD candidates at Vermont Law School.
Monday, February 25, 2019
CFP: The State of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program: ABA Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law
ABA Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law
Call for Papers
The State of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program:
What’s Working, Problems, Solutions and Visions for the Future
Drafts due May 1, 2019
The Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law (the Journal) invites articles and essays on the theme of the state of Low Income Housing Tax Credit program. What’s working? What are important problems/issues and proposed solutions? What are visions for the future? The Journal welcomes essays (typically 2,500–6,200 words) or articles (typically 7,000-10,000 words).
In addition, the Journal welcomes articles and essays on any of the Journal’s traditional subjects: affordable housing, fair housing and community/economic development. Topics could include important developments in the field; federal, state, local and/or private funding sources; statutes, policies or regulations; and empirical studies.
The Journal is the nation’s only law journal dedicated to affordable housing and community development law. The Journal educates readers and provides a forum for discussion and resolution of problems in these fields by publishing articles from distinguished law professors, policy advocates and practitioners.
Interested authors are encouraged to send an abstract describing their proposals. Submissions of final articles and essays are due by May 1, 2019. Please email abstracts and final drafts to the Journal’s Editor-in-Chief, Tim Iglesias, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Journal also accepts submissions on a rolling basis. Please do not hesitate to contact the Editor with any questions.
Monday, February 18, 2019
As some of you know, I am the editor-in-chief of Real Estate Review, a quarterly Thomson Reuters publication aimed at legal professionals and the real estate industry more generally. I am seeking several additional 2,000 - 5,000 word articles for our upcoming edition. I would need the submissions by mid-March. The articles do not need to be copiously footnoted. Excerpts of larger articles--where permitted by previous publisher--are also welcome. While articles tend to focus on legal issues, the broader areas of real estate practice are also encouraged! Case studies are also welcome.
E-mail me if you have interest at email@example.com.
Thursday, February 14, 2019
Study Space Workshop in Lisbon, Portugal – Regulating Planning, Housing and the Sharing Economy
Applications are now being accepted for Study Space, Living in a Tourist Destination: Regulating Planning, Housing and the Sharing Economy in Lisbon, Portugal from June 23-28, 2019. This weeklong workshop is being organized by the Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth at Georgia State University College of Law in conjunction with University of Lisbon Institute of Legal-Political Sciences (Instituto de Cièncias Juridico-Politicas) and the Center for Research in Public Law (Centro de Investigacao de Direito Publico).
Through daily lectures from leading experts and guided site visits, topics discussed throughout the week will include:
- Impact of the sharing economy on cities
- Regulation of the sharing economy and tourism
- Land use law and urban planning
- Housing law, policies and rights
- Environmental law, historic preservation law
The cost of the program is $975 and includes scheduled group meals, speaker honoraria and site visits. Hotel, airline tickets and airport ground transportation must be purchased separately.
Learn more about the program: https://law.gsu.edu/centers/metro-growth/programs/study-space-xii-lisbon/
Applications are due by April 5, 2019. Early application is encouraged as space is limited. No payments are required at the time of application.
Apply now: https://insidelaw.gsu.edu/study-space/
For questions, contact Karen Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-413-9175.