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Friday, October 28, 2011

Annual Review of the Law Just Published by The Urban Lawyer

The State and Local Government Law Section of the American Bar Association, with the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, just released the “Annual Review of the Law” edition of The Urban Lawyer.  This national journal on state and local government law includes more than a dozen articles on recent developments in the area of local government and land use law.

Three Ancel Glink attorneys contributed articles to this publication.  Julie Tappendorf, author of this blog, with co-author Brent Denzin, wrote an article titled “Turning Vacant Properties into Community Assets Through Land Banking.”  A copy of this article is available for download on the publications page of this blog.  In addition, David Silverman authored the article “Green Transportation:  Roadblocks and Avenues for Promoting Low-Impact Transportation Choices.” 

This edition includes a number of other articles of interest to local government officials, including articles on ethics in land use written by Patty Salkin, land use regulation of cellular telecommunication facilities written by Robert Foster, recent developments in condemnation law authored by Robert Thomas, and religious land use developments written by Dan Dalton.  


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