On December 2, 2011, the Land Use Law Center of Pace Law School will present its annual land use and sustainable development conference.
Proponents of sustainable development have been dealt a tough hand by current economic conditions. This year, the program will focus on how the economy has altered the feasilbility of land use and development strategies. Sessions include the remediation of distressed properties, rethinking large projects that have failed, redevelopment readiness, small-scale solutions, and projects that embody cost and energy efficiency. Join the more than 200 lawyers, professionals, business leaders, and local leaders that attend this event yearly.The Conference Registration Fee is $ 100.00 for general admission and $75.00 for Student/Not for Profit/Government. The agenda is available here: http://www.pace.edu/school-of-law/sites/pace.edu.school-of-law/files/LULC/Sus-Dev_Conf/Conf%20Agenda.pdf
CLE Credits (1.5 Ethics and 4.5 Practice) will be available at an additional cost of $120 for those that choose to downloaded the CLE Book from our website and $150 for those that choose to pick up printed material at the conference.