Land Use Law

URPL-GP.1605, 4 points.

Semester: Spring


Legal and administrative aspects of regulating land use at various levels of government, and understanding the changing legal framework of the regulations such as zoning, urban renewal and eminent domain, inverse condemnation, landmarks and religious considerations, environmental laws, growth management and the relationship of the planner to the law. The course will cover a basic understanding of legal procedures and use case law as well as statutory and regulatory materials to help you develop a better understanding of the relationship between the law and basic land-use planning skills.

Prerequisites: none

Semester Instructor Syllabus Link
Spring 2014Elizabeth LarsenSyllabus
Spring 2014Mark A. Levine, Wesley O'BrienSyllabus
Spring 2012Mark A. LevineSyllabus
Spring 2012Solomon GreeneSyllabus
Summer 2010Solomon GreeneSyllabus
Spring 2010Mark A. LevineSyllabus
Spring 2008Richard LandmanSyllabus
Spring 2009Richard LandmanSyllabus
Semester Instructor Evaluation Link
Spring 2013Mark A. LevineEvaluation
Spring 2013John InfrancaEvaluation
Spring 2013Solomon GreeneEvaluation
Spring 2012Levine, MarkEvaluation
Spring 2012Attie Gurvich, J. (team)Evaluation
Spring 2012Greene, Solomon (team)Evaluation
Spring 2011Greene, SolomonEvaluation
Spring 2011Levine, MarkEvaluation
Summer 2010Greene, SolomonEvaluation
Summer 2010Greene, SolomonEvaluation
Spring 2010Levine, MarkEvaluation
Spring 2008Landman, RichardEvaluation
Spring 2009Levine, MarkEvaluation
Spring 2009Landman, RichardEvaluation
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