Planning Reform in the New Century Conference -- 3-4 December, 2004

Planning Reform in the New Century Conference -- 3-4 December, 2004

Washington University School of Law


The statutory basis for planning is almost 100 years old. Growth management, housing affordability, and the need for comprehensive planning are making new demands on planning and land use regulation. The American Planning Association recently published a 1400-page Legislative Guidebook that suggests new statutory models for this system. This conference will explore these issues with legal scholars, planners, political scientists, and the legal community as we discuss the opportunities for reform in planning and land use regulation. Sponsored by the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies at Washington University School of Law and organized by Professor Daniel R. Mandelker on 3-4 December 2004 at Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri.

Related Link: Center for Interdisciplinary Studies Washington University School of Law

For more information contact:

Linda McClain
Washington University School of Law
One Brookings Drive - Campus Box 1120
St. Louis
MO 63130
USA

Phone: 314.935.7988
Fax: 314.935.7961
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://law.wustl.edu/centeris

Posted October 19, 2004



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