The Lawyers and Planner's Deskbook on Local Land Use Law and Practice is a more technical resource for professionals who advise municipal, private and civic clients. It contains consise and useful digests of 250 principal land use cases organized into 40 separate topics. The digests follow a clear definition of each topic and references to relevant state statutes. The reader is instructed how to use the internet to obtain the current version of these statutes and in depth legal research papers on most of the subjects covered.
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John R. Nolon is a professor of law at Pace University School of Law, where he teaches property, land use and environmental law and is the Director of the Land Use Law Center. Professor Nolon received a Fulbright Scholarship to develop a framework law for sustainable development in Argentina. He wrote articles on the subjects of regulatory takings and planning and zoning law under a Charles A. Frueauff Professorship in 1991-1992 and published three books on local land use law and practice in New York under a Frueauff Professorship Award in 1997-1998.
Professor Nolon served as a consultant to President Carter's Council on Development Choices for the 1980's, President Clinton's Council on Sustainable Development and as a member of Governor George Pataki's Transition Team. His writings include over fifty law review and journal articles and practical guidebooks and a book published by McGraw Hill. Professor Nolon received his B.A. degree from the University of Nebraska and his J.D. from the University of Michigan.
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Book Description Pace University School of Law, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110966822110