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Register Now: Bagels with the Boards

Last Friday of each month, starting February 2015
CLE credit available.
 

 
Register for Upcoming Bagels with the Boards CLEs!
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, beginning February 2015.
 
 
Planning and Zoning for Accessible Communities
Friday, Mar. 27, , 8:30 – 10 am
Faculty:
Robin Malloy, the E. I. White Chair and Distinguished Professor of Law, and Kauffman Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Syracuse University. Professor Malloy's book Land Use Law and Disability:
Planning and Zoning for Accessible Communities was published in October 2014 by Cambridge University Press.
 
1 Professional Practice credit. Planning and zoning board credits TBD.
 
Register by clicking here
 
The cost for each program is $15 per person, including materials, and continental breakfast.
Space is limited. Register now by emailing events@tourolaw.edu (please indicate the date of the event you are interested in attending in the subject line].
 
For more information email events@tourolaw.edu. Don’t miss out on future CLEs and conferences. Join our mailing list by emailing landuse@tourolaw.edu.
 
Special thanks to our co-sponsors Farrell Fritz PC, the Municipal Law Section of the NYSBA, NYCOM, and NYSAC.
 
 
Touro Law Center is an accredited provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York.
Pursuant to the requirements of the N.Y. State CLE Board, no partial credit may be awarded and attendees must be present for the entire program.
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 631-761-7005.
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 events@tourolaw.edu.
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.

 

The First Annual Conference of the Land Use & Sustainable Development Law Institute:

Long Island Coastal Resiliency Summit

Thursday, April 16, 2015, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Touro Law Center, Central Islip, NY
 
Join local, state and national leaders, land use practitioners, and community members of April 16, 2015 to address the formidable challenge of moving from resiliency planning to implementation.
 
Topics will include the newly enacted Community Risk & Resiliency Act, model resiliency codes, the confluence of smart growth and resiliency, legal hurdles to living shores, the role of LWRPs, qualification for the NFIP Community Rating System, and mapping and other practical tools.

Conference presenters will include representatives from local and county governments, NY DOS, and DEC, FEMA, EPA, and US Army Corp of Engineers, as well as climatologists, marine scientists and leading land use and municipal law scholars. Participants can earn CLE, APA-CM, and New York State planning and zoning training credits (credits TBD).
 
For more information, or to register, please email landuse@tourolaw.edu.
 
 
 
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