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Land Use Law Center
for Sustainable Development
Established in 1993, the Land Use Law Center is dedicated to fostering the development of sustainable communities and regions through the promotion of innovative land use strategies and dispute resolution techniques. Through the work of its programs, centers, and institutes, the Land Use Law Center offers conferences, seminars, clinics, academic law school courses, continuing legal education programs, audio podcasts, and frequent publications and resources on contemporary land use, real estate, and environmental issues.
Looking for our Gaining Ground Database?
Click here to visit our Gaining Ground Information Database featuring a comprehensive collection of land use resources, including federal, state, and local ordinances; commentaries; research papers; and research aids.
U.S. Green Building Council & Land Use Law Center
Announce Two Resources to Help Local Governments
Create Sustainable Neighborhoods
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and the Land Use Law Center announce two new free resources – the Technical Guidance Manual for Sustainable Neighborhoods and the Neighborhood Development Floating Zone – to help local governments leverage the LEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED-ND) rating system as a sustainability tool. Read more…
Land Use and Sustainable Development Conference
Places for People: Strategies and Funding for Sustainable Communities
The Land Use Law Center's 11th Annual Land Use and Sustainable Law Conference will be held December 7, 2012, at the Judicial Institute at Pace Law School in White Plains, New York. As the Center begins its 20th year, we have planned some truly dynamic conference sessions that respond directly to current challenges and opportunities in the region.
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LULA Community Spotlight
Clarkstown's Innovative Comprehensive Plan
A Law Student's Guide to Sustainable Development Law