Mark your calendars: On August 14-16, 2013, ALI-CLE is putting on the annual Land Use Institute. It's in San Francisco, which is very convenient for those who may be attending the ABA Annual Meeting the week earlier. A good excuse to stay longer.
The Land Use Institute, now in its 29th year, is designed for attorneys, professional planners, public officials, developers, and academics who are involved in land use planning, zoning, permitting, property development, environmental protection, and related litigation. This cutting-edge program, comprising 16 hours of instruction, including one hour of ethics, and taught by preeminent practitioners, academics, and government officials, has well-earned its role as the most comprehensive land use continuing education program available.
Not only does the program provide critical reviews and analyses of the most important new cases, nationwide trends, state-specific concerns, and both routine and complex procedural issues, but it also offers outstanding networking opportunities, including breakfasts, breaks, a reception for registrants and faculty, and a Dutch-Treat luncheon for women in land use.
As usual, planning co-chairs Frank Schnidman and Gideon Kanner have put together an interesting agenda and a stellar faculty. The full program details and registration information are posted here.