Registration for the North Carolina Bar Association's zoning and land use webcast is still open!
"Adapting to the Unexpected" will cover an array of trending topics, including legislative and case law updates, challenges to emergency land use procedure, an update on short-term vacation rentals, and integrating 160D into a UDO. View the full agenda, here.
Cliff Parson, the CLE co-chair and Ward and Smith's Real Estate Development Practice leader, called the upcoming event a "can't miss."
"This will be a highly informative program designed to educate and motivate attorneys and paralegals facing an ever-changing zoning and land use landscape," stated Cliff. "I would encourage everyone, new and seasoned practitioners, to join our daylong event."
Cliff planned the CLE with Jamie Schwedler of Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein.
- James C. "Jim" Drennan, UNC School of Government, Chapel Hill
- Terrie Hagler-Gray, Charlotte City Attorney's Office, Charlotte
- James L. "Jim" Joyce, UNC School of Government, Raleigh
- Adam Lovelady, UNC School of Government, Chapel Hill
- Thomas Powers III, Charlotte City Attorney's Office, Charlotte
- Amy C. Schaefer, Lee Kaess PLLC, Wilmington
- Robin L. Tatum, Raleigh City Attorney's Office, Raleigh
- David York, Raleigh City Attorney's Office, Raleigh
"Adapting to the Unexpected" is approved for 6.00 MCLE hours. Register here.
The NCBA's Zoning, Planning & Land Use Section is open to attorneys and paralegals in private and local government who routinely handle land use, zoning, zoning litigation, and environmental regulations affecting land development matters. Ward and Smith litigation attorney Eric Remington chairs the section.