UCLA Conference: Integrating Human Communities

UCLA Conference: Integrating Human Communities

UCLA


UCLA is having a one day free conference on Friday March 8. The areas


covered for this conference are as follows: smart growth, toxic and


noxious land uses, collaborative processes and land use decisions,


preservation of open space. The conference is sprinkled with some well


known names in these areas. I will be speaking on collaborative process


with a case study of the partnership that helped revitalize an inner


city Louisville neighborhood while other surounding neighborhoods fell


in decline. I will talk about the dynamics of collaborative processes


and how new urbanist principles were used to revitalize this poor


neighborhood. Over 100 people have already registerted and space is


limited. Folks wanting to go should contact Barbara Biles at (310)


794-5272 or via e-mail at [email protected]


.On-Site Registration is on a space-available


basis only. The conference is funded by the Frankel Foundation Below


is a list of speakers for the conference from the press release:



UCLA LAW NEWS


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Contact: Regina A. McConahay [email protected]


(310) 206-1131 Los Angeles, California


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Contact: Regina A. McConahay


Immediate Release March 5, 2002


[email protected]


(310) 206-1131




The Inaugural Frankel Symposium: Integrating Human Communities and


Natural Environments



Who: The UCLA School of Law Evan Frankel


Environmental Law and Policy Program; The


Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies; The UCLA School of Public


Policy and Social Research; and the


UCLA Institute of the Environment.




What: An environmental law and policy symposium


featuring a keynote address by Dr. Jared


Diamond, Professor of Physiology, UCLA School of Medicine, and Pulitzer


Prize-winning author of Guns,


Germs and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies




When/Where: Friday, March 8, 2002 at the UCLA School of Law,


405 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles



Bonus: Luncheon is included. Practitioners who


attend the conference will earn four general continuing


legal education (CLE) credits. The registration fee for CLE Credit will


be $100.00. For further information


contact Barbara Biles at (310) 794-5272 or via e-mail at


[email protected] .


On-Site Registration is on a space-available basis only.




8:30-9:00 Registration



9:00-9:30 Welcome and Introdu

Related Link:

For more information contact:

Barbara Biles
UCLA
School of Law
Los Angeles
CA 94060
USA

Phone: (310)794-5272
Fax: 310-794-5272
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://ucla.edu

Posted March 5, 2002



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