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  • About the Center | Pace Law School
    land use strategies and collaborative decision making techniques as well as leadership training research education and technical assistance Through its many programs the Center offers municipalities land use leaders citizens advocates planners attorneys real estate industry leaders and other land use professionals assistance that enables them to achieve their development and conservation goals Its activities provide opportunities for students of Pace Law School to gain in depth practical experience that

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  • Land Use Leadership Alliance Training Program | Pace Law School
    to utilize in both the land use and decision making contexts Participating in the LULA Program Candidates for this program are respected and objective local leaders who are nominated by the program s steering committee sponsors and trainers Nominees are often chairs and members of the legislative body planning and zoning board members administrative board members members of other local bodies involved in the land use process local landowners developers business leaders community activists and representatives of civic and environmental groups LULA Theory Practice When accepting nominations we look for candidates who use law and consensus building theory to help their communities understand that solutions to complex persistent problems are more likely to be reached through authentic collaborative initiatives than adversarial processes Each day participants in the program engage in lecture based learning experiential learning and unstructured social interaction with other leaders Through unstructured components and breakout sessions participants develop relationships build trust and learn from the experiences of other leaders The teaching of the LULA program is based on a train the trainer model through which participants are empowered to share their program experience with others This model encourages the creation of leadership networks initiates and supports grassroots regionalism creates opportunities for civic engagement and fosters sustainable communities Impacts Case Studies Many of the program s graduates have reported significant success in leading their communities to effective action to preserve historic centers revitalize their riverfronts arrest negative development patterns achieve intermunicipal planning preserve farm land and to enhance their economic development prospects As a direct result of a previous training program the communities in the Long Island Sound watershed area in Westchester County negotiated an intermunicipal agreement to cooperate regarding the protection of the watershed and collaborated in seeking state funding to start that process In April and May of 1999 a program was held for 13 communities in the Wappinger s Creek Watershed area of Dutchess County Invited to participate were three local leaders from the following communities the towns of Clinton East Fishkill Fishkill Hyde Park Le Grange Milan Pine Plains Pleasant Valley Poughkeepsie Stanford Wappingers and Washington and the villages of Millbrook and Wappingers Again these leaders convened for a fifth day agreed to establish an intermunicipal council and submitted an application to the state for a 250 000 grant to conserve watershed assets they share The communities are still working together to address water quality issues throughout the entire watershed in a program that is serving as a model for other communities Click here for more information on the LULA program Resources for LULA Graduates Participation in the LULA program does not end after four days Below are just a few of the Land Use Law Center s resources that are available to LULA graduates at any time Land Use Law Center Newsletter The Land Use Law Center s Newsletter is a free electronic newsletter containing information and resources designed to help communities achieve a sustainable future Created to address the needs of local officials

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  • Gaining Ground Database | Pace Law School
    Information Database features methods used by government to control the use of land in the public interest It includes a collection of exemplary federal state and local ordinances commentaries research papers and research aids Click here to visit the Gaining Ground Information Database Want us to list your program If you have an exemplary local policy or regulation that you would like us to consider posting on the Gaining Ground

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  • Upcoming Events | Pace Law School
    from a national expert and the local authorities For more information and registration please click here Featured Speaker Gov Parris Glendening President Smart Growth America s Leadership Institute and the Governor s Institute on Community Design Panelists Noam Bramson Mayor New Rochelle Alex Twining CEO and President Twinning Properties Arthur Collins II Co founding principal and president of Collins Enterprises LLC Joan McDonald former Commissioner of the Department of Transportation

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  • Student Involvement | Pace Law School
    the nation in educating local land use leaders in land use law and community decision making The Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes which focuses on environmental interest disputes of critical importance to communities states and regions that require innovative resolution strategies and forums Employment at the Center Students may apply for paid positions or positions for academic credit and may also participate in numerous volunteer opportunities within the programs offered at the Center During their first year students may volunteer at the Center and stay on for paying jobs as associates during the summer In their second and third year students assume leadership positions and help manage the Center They perform a variety of tasks ranging from writing research papers and legal publications to assisting with the mediation of land use conflicts The Center offers an opportunity for Pace students to work as fellows conducting research on land use practice topics with an opportunity to be published in academic journals and other scholarly publications The hard work of Pace students has contributed to many of the Center s publications including its most encyclopedic work Well Grounded Using Local Land Use Authority to Achieve Smart Growth Academics Pace Law School in conjunction with the Land Use Law Center creates practice ready law school graduates through a rich academic curriculum in land use law real estate law and environmental dispute resolution Students interested in these topics have the opportunity to Participate in the foundational Land Use Law course or advanced study courses seminars and guided research projects in real estate and land use law Earn academic credit through externships at the Land Use Law Center Real Estate Law Institute or Kheel Center Organizations The student run Land Use and Sustainable Development Law Society of Pace Law School is

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  • News & Multimedia | Pace Law School
    Publications Resources Contact Information Quick Links 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 News Multimedia View the following pages for news presentations videos podcasts newsletters accomplishments and more from the Land Use Law Center Awards Accomplishments News Announcements Newsletter Videos Podcasts

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  • Publications & Resources | Pace Law School
    including books newsletters and journal articles are available in hardcopy and PDF form For a complete list of publications by Professor Nolon please see his faculty page Scholarship of Land Use Law A selection of articles published by the Center and its staff When read together they provide an overview of land use law and an exploration of how land use law can respond to critical social challenges and opportunities including climate change and natural disaster mitigation affordable housing natural resource protection and changing patterns of human settlements Gaining Ground Report Provides additional publications by the Land Use Law Center including reports on p roperty rights and eminent domain local inclusionary housing programs climate Change zoning and transportation planning and disaster mitigation through land use strategies Community Tools Here you can access a wide range of materials related to Development Law Geographic Information Systems GIS Housing Intermunicipal Cooperation Local Environmental Law and Mediation This page will allow you to access resources available at the Land Use Law Center Pace Gerber Glass Law Library and state and local government offices You will also find links to various professional organizations and advocacy groups A summary of relevant case law and statutes is also included Gaining Ground Information Database Features methods used by government to control the use of land in the public interest It includes a collection of exemplary federal state and local ordinances commentaries research papers and research aids The Zoning School A land use training program for local government officials Originally created by the Land Use Law Center in 1999 the program provides a self certification program for local board members to satisfy their annual training requirement Related Links Helpful links to outside resources of interest to local leaders students practitioners and academics including General Resources Legal Resources Government Resources

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  • Contact the Center | Pace Law School
    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 Contact the Center Phone 914 422 4262 Fax 914 422 4011 Email landuse law pace edu Mailing Address Land Use Law Center Pace University School of Law 78 North Broadway White Plains NY 10603 Click here to

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