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  • Moot Court Contact | Pace Law School
    Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Pace Moot Court Competitions You are here Home Academics Juris Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Advocacy Programs Moot Court Overview and Requirements Moot Court Contact Trial Advocacy Course Trial Advocacy Credits Lecture Series Mentoring Program Moot Court Overview and Requirements Academic Credit Application Process Schedule of Events Team Handbook Moot Court Policy Moot Court Board Moot Court

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  • Archived Webfiles and Materials | Pace Law School
    A Z Index Apply Now Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Registrar Bursar Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search You are here Home Archived Programs Archived Webfiles and Materials Please note Attorneys need a password to access the printed materials and previously recorded webcasts Click here to login Apply to Pace Law Alumni Connections Support Pace Law

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  • Training Programs | Pace Law School
    years the Land Use Law Center at Pace University School of Law has worked with rural suburban and urban communities in New York s Hudson River Valley and beyond to guide land use decisions at the local level toward smart growth solutions The Center rejected a conventional top down approach to environmental problems and the problems of sprawl Understanding that land use decisions remain for the most part in the hands of local leaders and having learned from conservation biologists and systems theorists that human communities and other systems evolve toward ordered and beneficial behaviors from the bottom up we reasoned that smart growth begins with smart local leadership Four Day Land Use Leaders Training Program Please see our Land Use Leadership Alliance Training Program page for further details on this four day comprehensive program One Day Land Use Leaders Training Program The Land Use Leaders Training Program is designed to benefit zoning and planning board members members of other administrative boards members of local legislative bodies and future board members The Land Use Leaders Training Program consists of basic and advanced training modules that teach local board members how the land use system operates procedural aspects of land use decision making board roles and responsibilities local conservation and development techniques and how to use mediation to creatively resolve land use disputes The training program gives local board members the practical and technical skills they need to make sound land use decisions and to successfully address critical land use issues facing their communities Each one day program is effective because it is tailored to deal with the specific issues of the participants The program has been adopted by the Dutchess County legislature and has been used to train over 125 local leaders leaders from nearly every town city and village in the county The program is conducted in Dutchess in conjunction with the county s planning federation Orientation and Strategic Workshops Working with graduates of these two programs the Center conducts orientation and strategic planning workshops for local leaders in individual communities These include workshops for local boards charged with drafting or updating comprehensive plans and zoning laws developing stormwater management programs smart growth strategies natural resource conservation programs development district initiatives and other local programs Workshops of this type have been conducted in Schodack Warwick Rhinebeck Pelham Montgomery Tarrytown Sleepy Hollow Dover and Poughkeepsie The Zoning School Certification Program The Zoning School is a land use training program for local government officials The program allows local governments to self certify their boards when the majority of the board has satisfactorily completed five of the nine lessons contained within the program Please visit our Zoning School page for more details on this program Community and Regional Lectures Center staff members are available to regional and local agencies and governments to deliver talks and lectures on current land use issues and topics of concern Land Use Dispute Resolution Training The Center has developed a nationally recognized dispute resolution program for land

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  • Upcoming Training Programs | Pace Law School
    their communities with peers and experienced professionals Friday June 15 2012 This day will provide a basic introduction to the land use system including the roles and procedures of the boards and an overview of collaborative decision making Trainers will use a hypothetical project for discussion purposes In addition trainers will discuss a variety of innovative land use techniques participants can use that both preserve natural resources and promote development in appropriate places CLE Credits 6 5 Skills CM Approved Credits CM I MULTI 5 50 For additional information view the APA CM calendar at https www planning org cm search event htm EventID 20632 CM Event Log Instructions Saturday June 16 2012 This day will provide in depth information regarding numerous land use topics of interest to participants Trainers will discuss comprehensive planning and zoning including how to engage participants effectively in the process Other topics include environmental protection tools and techniques SEQRA and streamlining the development process transit oriented development sea level rise neighborhood development and LEED ND green building and the basics of facilitation and public engagement CLE Credits 6 5 Skills CM Approved Credits CM I MULTI 5 75 L 0 75 For additional information view the APA CM calendar at https www planning org cm search event htm EventID 20638 CM Event Log Instructions Participants may elect to attend one or both days Please follow the link to view the proposed agenda When June 15 and June 16 2012 Where Pace University School of Law White Plains NY Registration Fee 100 per day For attorneys requesting CLE credits there will be an additional charge of 75 per day To register please complete and return the registration form Recent Training Programs Land Use Leadership Alliance Training Program The LULC are pleased to announce an upcoming Land

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  • Meet the Trainers | Pace Law School
    Faculty Liaison Land Use Law Center John R Nolon is a Professor of Law at Pace Law School where he teaches property land use and sustainable development law courses and is the Founder of and Faculty Liaison to the Law School s Land Use Law Center He has been an Adjunct Professor at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies since 2001 where he developed a curriculum concentration of five land use courses Professor Nolon served as the James D Hopkins Professor from 2009 2011 and the Charles A Frueauff Research Professor of Law during the 1991 92 1997 98 1999 2000 and 2000 01 academic years He received the Richard L Ottinger Faculty Achievement Award in 1999 and won the Goettel Prize for faculty scholarship in 2006 In 2009 he was awarded the National Leadership Award for a Planning Advocate by the American Planning Association Professor Nolon received his J D degree from the University of Michigan Law School where he was a member of the Barrister s Academic Honor Society He has served as a consultant to President Carter s Council on Development Choices for the 1980 s President Clinton s Council on Sustainable Development New York Governor George Pataki s Transition Team and Governor Elliot Spitzer s Transition Team He is a member of the Editorial Board of THE LAND USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW published by Thomson West He is also on the New York Planning Federation s Advisory Council Professor Nolon received a Fulbright Scholarship to study sustainable development law in Argentina in 1994 95 and has published over a dozen articles chapters and books on that subject Tiffany B Zezula LULA Process Trainer Deputy Director Land Use Law Center Tiffany B Zezula Esq is the Deputy Director for the Land Use Law Center

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  • The Zoning School | Pace Law School
    Use Leadership Alliance Training Program The Zoning School What is the Zoning School The Zoning School is a land use training program for local government officials It was originally created in 1999 by the Land Use Law Center for the New York Municipal Insurance Reciprocal NYMIR The program allows local governments to self certify their boards when the majority of the board has satisfactorily completed five of the nine lessons contained within the program What topics do the lessons cover and how long will they take me This program contains nine lessons each covering a different aspect of law and practice applicable to the work of local land use boards The nine different tutorials are Zoning The Basics Comprehensive Planning Subdivision Approval Site Plan Approvals and Conditions Variances Special Use Permits and Permit Conditions Environmental Review Local Boards Strategic Local Laws The certification program will take approximately 10 hours to complete Each session is designed to take 2 hours May I work on a different set of lessons than another board member Yes this is your decision Members should take the lessons that round out their experience and teach them subjects they need to know to be productive members of

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  • Newsletters | Pace Law School
    Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search You are here Home News Multimedia Newsletters Over the years the Land Use Law Center has produced many newsletters some under the title Gaining Ground Newsletter some as the TOD Line Newsletter and some simply as Land Use Law Center Newsletter Regardless of the name our newsletters contain information and resources designed to help communities achieve a sustainable future Sometimes they are intended as updates of Land Use Law Center activities but most often they are created to address the needs of local officials planners engineers attorneys developers and concerned citizens Our Newsletters typically feature Community profiles of leaders in the Hudson Valley region New York case law updates Land use innovations and successes from across the country Helpful resources Updates on the research publications events and municipal assistance programs of the Land Use Law Center and Kheel Center of Pace Law School To Subscribe or Unsubscribe Send an email to landuse law pace edu with the text Subscribe to Newsletter or Unsubscribe from Newsletter in the subject line or body of your message Current Issue Click on the link below

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  • Recent Events | Pace Law School
    how to structure the process including what must happen before during and after the code is drafted what to keep and what to discard from an existing conventional code how to relate the form based code to the existing regulatory framework in a specific municipality how to insulate a FBC against potential legal challenges and issues of post adoption implementation and project review The course will examine specific examples and lessons learned from experience working with form based codes and will include a hands on exercise in code implementation NOTE The one day intro class ABCs of Form Based Codes or FBC 101e on line is prerequisite for taking FBC 301 FBC 301 is part of FBCI s 3 course series It combines with FBC 101 ABCs of Form Based Codes and FBC 201 Urban Design to complete a thorough instruction in the discipline of form based coding FBCI awards a certificate to all those completing the 3 course series When November 4 and November 5 2015 2 day program 8 30am 5 00pm Where NYS Judicial Institute at Pace Law School White Plains NY For information on the FBCI abd their upcoming courses plese go to www formbasedcodes org FBC 101 The ABCs of Form Based Codes This intensive one day class gives a useful overview of the process of creating a form based code The class combines presentations and discussion with a hands on exercise in observing a community s built form and the use of regulation to shape public space Participants will see how form based codes are essentially different from conventional land use regulation and how they can solve many of the problems created by conventional zoning When Friday May 8 2015 8 30am 5 00pm Where NYS Judicial Institute at Pace Law School White Plains NY For additional information To register for the course go to www formbasedcodes org Integrating Clean Energy into Your Community The Orange County Municipal Planning Federation along with the Orange County Department of Planning is collaborating with NYSERDA s NY Sun PV Trainers Network to bring you a full day clean energy training event on Friday March 20 2015 in Goshen NY This full day training will include workshops on Intro to Solar Policy Adopting the New York State Unified Solar Permit Zoning for Solar Energy and background on other forms of renewable energy including wind and geothermal Municipal representatives including planning and zoning board members planners code officers elected officials and solar energy professionals and other interested stakeholders from around the Hudson Valley are invited to attend TO REGISTER via the Orange County Municipal Planning Federation http www orangecountygov com filestorage 124 1362 4665 OCMPF Brochure Spring2015 pdf TO REGISTER via Eventbrite http www eventbrite com e integrating clean energy into your community tickets 15800647161 When Friday March 20 2015 8 00am 4 30pm Where Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame 240 Main Street Goshen NY 10924 For more information Land Use and Sustainable Development Conference Transitioning Communities

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