If you need CLE credits, you are in luck. There's a plethora of upcoming programs that may be of interest to readers.
First, the ones we're involved with:
- The Takings Issue - August 10, 2015, 1 - 2pm ET (webinar) - from the International Municipal Lawyers Association. We're joining Professors Dan Mandelker and John Echeverria, and land use lawyer Michael Giairno, to talk takings. "Two titans of takings, who just happen to have profoundly opposing views of the world, have graciously agreed to discuss the latest developments and spar. This will be the Great Debate of 2015." Sounds like fun, no? Registration free for IMLA members, $99 for everyone else. More information, including registration, here.
- Is Sharing Really Caring? The Law of Transportation Sharing: Uber, Lyft, and the Sharing Economy - July 30, 2015, 2:15-3:45pm CT (in-person) - at the ABA Annual Meeting in Chicago. We're moderating a session that focuses on the issues raised by so-called "ride-sharing" services such as Uber and Lyft. Takings, monopoly, and the like. With Jacob Huebert (Liberty Justice Center); Michael Kamprath (Hillsborough County Aviation Authority, Tampa International Airport); Jon Riches (Goldwater Institute), and Professor Stephen Miller (University of Idaho College of the Law). At the Chicago Westin River North, Promenade Ballroom C. Register here.
Another, worthy of consideration:
- Housing and Takings: A Look at the U.S. Supreme Court's Inclusive Communities Project and Horne Decisions - August 4, 2015, 1 - 2:30pm ET (webinar) - from the American Planning Association, covering both two important Supreme Court decisions, Horne (the raisin case), and Texas Dep't of Housing and Community Affairs v. Inclusive Communities Project (disparate impact and the Fair Housing Act). With Professor David Callies, and land use lawyers Brian J. Connolly, Donald L. Elliot, and Steven G. Polin. Registration information here.
Hope you can make these.