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Thursday, May 2, 2013

San Francisco in August? Why Not?

For 29 years, the Land Use Institute (ALI-CLE) has presented a land use continuing education program designed for attorneys, 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, is taught by preeminent practitioners, academics, and government officials.  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.
Ancel Glink Attorney Julie Tappendorf has been on the Land Use Institute faculty since 2006, and will be presenting at sessions on development and community benefit agreements, First Amendment and signs, environmental issues, and ethics for the land use professional, among other topics.

This year, the program will be held in San Francisco, August 14-16, 2013, at the Le Meridien San Francisco hotel.   You can find out more about the program and register on the ALI-CLE website.


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