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Land Use and Sustainable Development Law Institute                                    



8:30 am breakfast & registration, 9:00-10:00 am presentation
$15 including meal and materials
Stay abreast of land use and zoning law facing New York municipal boards. Join local officials, planners, attorneys and legal scholars at Touro Law Center on the last Friday of the month for coffee and bagels and a 1-hour CLE
Accredited for CLE (professional practice credits) and application pending for AICP CM General credits. The Law Center issues certificates of attendance for self-accreditation for architecture, engineering and municipal board continuing education credits. Speakers and topics are subject to change without notice. All programs are at Touro Law Center, 225 Eastview Drive, Central Islip. Touro Law Center is not liable for errors or omissions in the publicity information.
All Bagels with the Boards will be held at Touro Law Center, 225 Eastview Drive, Central Islip, adjacent to the Federal Courthouse. Take exit 43A Southern State Parkway, bear right on Carlton Avenue, take right on Spur Drive, take left on Eastview Drive. Touro is on the right hand side. Available parking on both sides of the building.
No confirmation of registration will be sent.
Cancellations: Your registration fee will be refunded if you notify us one week before the scheduled event. Call 631-761-7064.
Financial Hardship Policy: Touro Law Center has a Financial Hardship Policy designed to assist attorneys of limited means in fulfilling their CLE requirements. For specific information, please contact
Americans with Disabilities Act: If you plan to attend the program and need assistance related to a disability, please let us know as soon as possible prior to the program.
Meals: Glatt Kosher dietary rules are observed.
Speakers and topics are subject to change without notice. Touro Law Center is not liable for errors or omissions in the publicity information
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Second Annual Long Island Coastal Resilience Summit
Friday, March 11, 2016
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Sponsored by the Rauch Foundation
$60 including meals and materials 
Land use attorneys, municipal board members and staff, planners, and county, state and federal government staff examined opportunities and impediments to the incorporation of coastal resilience features into local laws, plans and projects.
Topics included:
  • a Regional Climatology Update by Danielle Peters of the Columbia University Earth Institute Center for Climate Systems Research
  • an overview of the Regulatory Implementation of the Community Risk and Resiliency Act by William Nechamen, Chief of the DEC Floodplain Management Section, and Mark Lowery, DEC Climate Policy Analyst,
  • panels on Incorporating Resilience into Zoning Codes and LWRPs, Innovative Approaches to Wastewater Management, and Smart Growth Projects on Long Island Incorporating Coastal Resilience.