College of Law

Growth Management Law

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Law 7242 - Spring 2012

Professor: Julian C. Juergensmeyer Class Times: T, 2:45 pm - 5:30 pm
Syllabus: Syllabus | Location: Room 652
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Course Description

Growth Management Law. This course will stress the key planning legal techniques for managing the growth of urban areas. State and regional comprehensive land use and transportation planning, impact analysis, and infrastructure finance through developer funding requirements. The consequences of urban sprawl and its avoidance through land use regulations and compensation programs will be used as the unifying theme of the course. The consideration of statutes, cases and programs will be used as the unifying theme of the course. The consideration of statutes, cases, and programs from throughout the United States will be directed toward Georgia specific problems.

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