The Urban Lawyer,
Vol. 30, No. 1, Winter 1998
Publication Date: March 23, 1998Michael S. Bernick & Amy E. Freilich, Transit Villages and Transit-Based Development: The Rules are Becoming More Flexible-How Government Can Work with the Private Sector to Make It Happen, 30 URB. LAW. 1 (Winter 1998). This article discusses recent developments in the law of transit-based development, the implementation tools available to the public and private sectors, examples of the use of those tools in projects familiar to the authors, and the steps which must be taken by both the public and private sectors to achieve successful developments on a broader scale than has currently been undertaken.
Scott J. Ziance,
Making Economic Development Incentives More Efficient, 30 URB. LAW. 33 (Winter 1998).
Wayne C. Beyer, Police Misconduct:
Claims and Defenses Under the Fourteenth Amendment Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses, 30 URB. LAW. 65 (Winter 1998).
Neil Shouse, The Bifurcation:
Class Plarization and Housing Segregation in the Twenty-First Century Metropolis, 30 URB. LAW. 145 (Winter 1998).
Edward E. Chervenak,
1992 Congressional Redistricting in Louisiana: Drawing the Line(s) on Race, 30 URB. LAW. 209 (Winter 1998).
Joseph Z. Fleming,
The Privatization Precedent Set by the Lord Chancellor in Iolanthe:
An Analysis of Walker v. McKnight, 30 URB. LAW. 233 (Winter 1998).
Andrew J. Schaefer,
The Canberra City State: A Model for District Self-Government (published as
Canberra), 30 URB. LAW. 251 (Winter 1998).
With cases, statutes, and recent developments on:
Land Use-Fifth Amendment
Richardson v. City and County of Honolulu, 123 F.3d 1150 (9th Cir. 1997).
Land Use-Commerce Clause
Land Use-First Amendment
And a Book Review of