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    Legal and Design Accessibility for the Disabled and Disadvantaged in Private and Public Spaces.

    12:30 PM GMT

    A FREE monthly webinar featuring a panel of law professors, addressing topics of interest to practitioners of real estate and trusts/estates

    Register now for this FREE program and join us on Wednesday, January 13th for a discussion of these and other current issues. (The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for this program).

    Land use ordinances and building codes that regulate the use and construction of buildings determine access to and enjoyment of private and public spaces. These regulations are problematic when they permit design features that function as barriers to universal accessibility. Likewise, architectural design of infrastructure, urban parks and neighborhoods impacts accessibility and inclusion with respect to the use and enjoyment of community amenities. The speakers will discuss the legal and practical challenges to these facially neutral barriers and address ways to accommodate autonomy, aesthetics and safety. This will include a discussion of legal requirements imposed on local governments in exercising planning and zoning authority within their respective jurisdictions.

    The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for Legal and Design Accessibility for the Disabled and Disadvantaged in Private and Public Spaces.

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    Legal and Design Accessibility for the Disabled and Disadvantaged in Private and Public Spaces.

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    Jan 13, 2016

    2016-01-13T12:30:00 2016-01-13T13:30:00 Legal and Design Accessibility for the Disabled and Disadvantaged in Private and Public Spaces.

    A FREE monthly webinar featuring a panel of law professors, addressing topics of interest to practitioners of real estate and trusts/estates

    Register now for this FREE program and join us on Wednesday, January 13th for a discussion of these and other current issues. (The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for this program).

    Land use ordinances and building codes that regulate the use and construction of buildings determine access to and enjoyment of private and public spaces. These regulations are problematic when they permit design features that function as barriers to universal accessibility. Likewise, architectural design of infrastructure, urban parks and neighborhoods impacts accessibility and inclusion with respect to the use and enjoyment of community amenities. The speakers will discuss the legal and practical challenges to these facially neutral barriers and address ways to accommodate autonomy, aesthetics and safety. This will include a discussion of legal requirements imposed on local governments in exercising planning and zoning authority within their respective jurisdictions.

    The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for Legal and Design Accessibility for the Disabled and Disadvantaged in Private and Public Spaces.

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