Course Number: 286 Units: 3
An exploration of the legal regulation of land use and development. Considers local land use planning and controls, including comprehensive planning, zoning, subdivision controls, and planned communities. In-depth discussion of major issues in land use law, such as takings, transfers of development rights, growth management, and the environmental regulation of land use.
Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law Certificate (List C)
Professors: Dorothy Glancy
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