Casemaker Libra

This book is only available through the purchase of the Environmental/Land Use practice area.

The 2008 Environmental and Land Use Law Section Midyear Meeting and Seminar

Publication Year: May 15, 2008   Publication Type: Coursebook

Table of Contents:

 Co-Chairs and Faculty
 Summary of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Faculty Biographies
 Chapter One- Reserve Pages
 Chapter Two- Legislative Update
 Chapter Three- Federal Vs. Washington Takings Law- Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
 Chapter Four- Developments in Washington Land Use Law
 Chapter Five- Responding to Rapanos Limitations on Federal Authority
 Chapter Six- Evolving Trends in Climate Change Legislation
 Chapter Seven- A- Leveraging Urban Revitalization
 Chapter Seven- B- Selected Issues- The Washington Model Toxics Control Act
 Chapter Seven- C- The Mixed-Use Redevelopment of Bellingham's
 Chapter Eight- Reserve Pages
 Chapter Nine- Decisions of The Environmental Hearings Office 2007-2008
 Chapter Ten- Dredge Material Management and Dioxin- How Clean Is Clean
 Chapter Eleven- Update on Recent Growth Management Hearings Board Decisions
 Chapter Twelve- A- Bright Lines, Guidelines, Rules of Thumb
 Chapter Twelve- B- Large Lot Development Patterns in Urban Areas
 Chapter Thirteen- A- Energy Facility Siting State and Federal Preemption
 Chapter Thirteen- B- Energy Facility Siting- State and Federal Preemption
 Chapter Fourteen- A- Models and Incentives For Transfer of Development Rights
 Chapter Fourteen- B- Models and Incentives For Transfer of Development Rights
 Chapter fifteen-A Phase II — The Culvert Case
 Chapter Fifteen- B- Culverts, Counties and Courts
 Chapter Fifteen- C- Culverts and Condemnation Authority
 Chapter Sixteen- Ethical Issues in Land Use and Environmental Law