2014 Environmental and Land Use Law Section Midyear Meeting and Conference (May 2014) [C14739]

2014 Environmental and Land Use Law Section Midyear Meeting and Conference (May 2014) [C14739] - In Stock

Seminar Date: May 1, 2014
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This seminar took place on May 1 - 3, 2014, in Cle Elum, WA.
ENVIRONMENTAL/LAND USE | REAL PROPERTY | All Levels


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: A Case Study of Environmental and Land Use Law Issues that Arise in Development: The Troy Block Project
G. Richard Hill

Chapter 2: Land Use Law Update
Richard L. Settle

Chapter 3: Environmental Case Law Update
Matthew A. Love

Chapter 4: Hot Topics in Environmental Law
Jay J. Manning

Chapter 5: Emerging Issues in Project Review
John C. McCullough Jr.
Devon N. Shannon

Chapter 6: I-502: Legalized Cannabis from a Land Use Perspective
Darren E. Carnell

Chapter 7: Ethical Considertaions and Legalized Cannabis
Philip J. Buri

Chapter 8: Legislative Update
Jason Callahan

Chapter 9-A: The Role of the GMA for Cities, Counties, Builders, and Communities in the New (Post-Recession) Normal
Hilary S. Franz

Chapter 9-B: The Role of the GMA for Cities, Counties, Builders, and Communities in the New (Post-Recession) Normal
Shelley E. Kneip

Chapter 9-C: The Role of the GMA for Cities, Counties, Builders, and Communities in the New (Post-Recession) Normal
Gerry Johnson

Chapter 10-A: Water as the Modern Key Ingredient for Rural Development
Tadas A. Kisielius

Chapter 10-B: Water as the Modern Key Ingredient for Rural Development
Hon. Paul Jewell

Chapter 11: Cumulative and Cross-Jurisdictional Impacts Under SEPA/NEPA and Related Contemporary Issues
Rodney L. Brown Jr.

Chapter 12: Citizen Suit Actions
Jan E. Hasselman
Lori Terry Gregory

Chapter 13: Tribal Interests in the Regulation of Air and Water
Robert T. Anderson

Chapter 14-A: Update from the State Environmental and Land Use Boards
Kelly T. Wood

Chapter 14-B: Update from the State Environmental and Land Use Boards
Margaret A. Pageler

Chapter 15: Koontz and Recent Developments in Takings Jurisprudence
James C. Carmody

Chapter 16: A View from the Bench
Hon. Millie M. Judge
Philip T. McDonald


Coursebook contains 608 pages