UCLA Extension's annual Land Use Law & Planning Conference is a leading source of information for attorneys, planners, public officials, consultants, developers, real estate professionals, and others involved in planning and development issues in California.  This year's conference presents an update of important new legislation, case law, policies, and trends in the fields of land use and environmental law and planning – presented by several speaker experts.

Topics include updates on: planning, zoning and development law; food systems planning; the new storms water quality/MS permits; CEQA 2007; general plans; habitat conservation planning; U.S. and CA supreme courts decisions impacting land use; climate change and land use reform.

For more information:
Call: 310 825 7885
Online: www.uclaextension.edu/landuse

Fees and Credits:
Reg # T4721   $350 (if enrollment is received before January 11 2008, $375 thereafter)

Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE)   7 hours

Certification Maintenance Credit for APA planners now available