UC Berkeley : Conference on Regulatory Takings : 11/5/10
- The 13th Annual Conference on
Litigating Regulatory Takings Challenges
to Land Use and Environmental Regulations
U.C. Berkeley School of Law, Berkeley, California
Friday, November 5, 2010
We invite you to attend the 13th Annual Conference on "Litigating Regulatory Takings Challenges to Land Use and Environmental Regulations," hosted by the Center for Law, Energy and the Environment (CLEE) at Berkeley Law and co-sponsored by CLEE, the Vermont Law School and the Georgetown University Law Center. The conference will take place at UC Berkeley on November 5, 2010. Berkeley Law students can attend for free.
The conference explores the regulatory takings issue as it relates to land use and environmental regulation. The conference brings together a diverse group of leading scholars and experienced practitioners to discuss cutting-edge issues raised by recent and pending court cases and new regulatory initiatives. Speakers include several members from the Berkeley Law faculty with considerable expertise in takings law and scholarship: Joe Sax, Holly Doremus, Andrea Peterson, and yours truly.
Some topics to be discussed include the Supreme Court's recent Stop the Beach Renourishment decision, the future of the "judicial takings" theory, takings questions raised by sea level rise and other consequences of climate change, controversial new decisions applying an expansive interpretation of the Penn Central analysis, and recent takings cases involving water and endangered species laws.
To register, click on this link:
Richard M. Frank
Center for Law, Energy & the Environment
School of Law, UC Berkeley