The Urban Lawyer,
Vol. 31, No. 2, Spring 1999
Publication Date: May 25, 1999
Glenn P. Sugameli,
The "Takings" Threat to People, Property, Zoning, and the Environment, 31 Urb. Law. 177 (Spring 1999).
John J. Delaney & Duane J. Desiderio,
Who Will Clean Up the "Ripeness Mess"? A Call for Reform So Takings Plaintiffs Can Enter the Federal Courthouse, 31 Urb. Law. 195 (Spring 1999).
Lawrence Rosenthal, Romer v. Evans
as the Transformation of Local Government Law, 31 Urb. Law. 257 (Spring 1999).
Analysis of the Economic Failings in Penn Central, 31 Urb. Law. 277 (Spring 1999).
T. Nikki Eckland,
The Safe Schools Act: Legal and ADR Responses to Violence in Schools, 31 Urb. Law. 309 (Spring 1999).
PLANNING AND ZONING SYMPOSIUM, PART I
David R. Bolton & Kent Sick
, Power Lines and Property Values: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, 31 Urb. Law. 331 (Spring 1999).
With Cases, Statutes, and Recent Developments onKnowles v. Iowa, 119 S. Ct. 484 (1998).
U.S. v. Bestfoods, 118 S. Ct. 1876 (1998).
Colacurcio v. Kent, No. 96-36197, 1998 WL 848036 (9th Cir. Dec. 8, 1998).
And a Book of Note Reviewing
Public Service, Ethics and Constitutional Practice