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Published on Oct 4, 2012
Held on Tuesday, September 20, 2011, at The John Marshall Law School, the 12th Kratovil Conference on Real Estate Law & Practice: Quiet Revolution in Zoning and Land Use Regulation brought together national scholars and experts in land use to analyze the lasting impact of The Quiet Revolution in several jurisdictions around the country and examine the future of land use policy.
Learn more at http://www.jmls.edu/kratovil/ The conference began with an analysis of the impact The Quiet Revolution has had on our nation and land use policy. National speakers representing several states involved in The Quiet Revolution analyzed how The Quiet Revolution unfolded in these jurisdictions. The second panel focused on issues of regional planning in Chicago and the surrounding region. The final panel took a look to the future of regional planning and lessons learned from The Quiet Revolution. As part of The John Marshall Law School Center for Real Estate Law's mission, the Kratovil Conference on Real Estate Law & Practice was established in 1993 to bring together leading scholars, practitioners and industry professionals to consider cutting-edge issues important to commercial real estate attorneys, their clients, industry leaders and our society. The Kratovil Conference addresses the need to engage both practitioners and scholars in the real estate area in order to produce scholarship that is directly relevant to the real estate industry. In connection with the Kratovil Conference, the Center works with The John Marshall Law Review to publish articles authored by speakers at Kratovil Conferences in a special symposium issue.