Shelley Saxer presents "Development in California: Is it Still Viable?" at California Land Use Conference
September 12, 2016 -- Vice Dean Shelley Ross Saxer is presenting "Development in California: Is it Still Viable?" at the third annual California Land Use Law & Policy Conference being held in Santa Monica today. The conference is titled "California Land Use Law & Policy 2016: Strategizing for Successful Development in the Land of Overlapping Regulation."
From the conference program:
Find out how to navigate California's regulatory landscape from our faculty of top-tier, active experts in the real world of land use development. We have assembled an expert faculty of representatives of both development and our communities to offer their practical insights, and to share problem-solving strategies that allow for successful development and sustainable, livable communities.
More information may be found at argentco.comid="attachment_21287" align="alignnone" width="1024" Alumni (from left) Rachel (Greenhall) McRoskey, Charity Schiller, Joe Spano; Professor Saxer; current students Kelly Roberts and Jake Larson