Fall 2020 Course Schedule

Land Use Regulation (LAW-730-001)
Barlow Burke

Meets: 02:30 PM - 03:50 PM (TuTh)

Enrolled: 6 / Limit: 22

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The law of land use controls: Euclidian zoning, the role of the comprehensive plan, the urban planning process, variances, special exceptions, subdivision regulations, rezoning, nonconforming uses, growth controls, exclusionary zoning, inclusionary zoning remedies, civil rights challenges to zoning, permit moratoria, aesthetic zoning, historic districts, historic preservation, takings, inverse condemnation, due process challenges to zoning, and vested rights in zoning. The practice part of this course involves student presentations, moot court style, of several land use cases in simulated form before a hearing examiner.

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