Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute
The Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute seeks to elevate the law, policy and practice of sustainable development in the West to promote nature-friendly, prosperous and equitable communities.
2014 Annual Land Use Conference Request for Proposals
The Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute at the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law is announcing the Request for Proposals for the 2014 Annual Land Use Conference, Moving Beyond Recession: What’s Next? The conference will be held on Thursday and Friday, March 13 & 14, 2014 at the University of Denver campus.
Please visit our conference page to see the conference description, track information, and download the RFP Guidelines and a sample form.
RMLUI 2013 HOME STUDY SESSIONS
The 2013 Home Study Sessions, compiled from videos from the conference, are on sale now!
You can select from one of the two ethics sessions, An Introduction to Land Use Law, the conference sessions, or bundle them together and get all four! We have a total of 55 CLE credits, and AICP credits are pending.
To learn more about the Home Study Sessions, download program descriptions and more, visit the Home Study page.
Register now to take advantage of this incredible opportunity.
Jim Johnson, managing director and shareholder of Otten Johnson, was interviewed about RMLUI and the panel he moderated at the 2013 Annual Land Use Conference on aerotropolis developments. Also included in this interview are Even Dreyer from the Denver Mayor’s Office and Susan Daggett, RMLUI’s executive director. Click here to view the video.
RMLUI’s academic mission focuses on increasing educational opportunities for students and the practice community through the course offerings and symposia. We have also developed relationships with other academic programs and professional firms to promote research opportunities. Check out recent Home Study Sessions, the Carver Colloquium, and our Institute Partners Program.
The focus of RMLUI’s practice program is the Sustainable Development Community Code Framework, a tool for municipalities interested in implementing sustainable initiatives, and the annual conference, one of the premier gatherings of sustainable development professionals. Check out our Annual Land Use Conference and Sustainable Community Development Code Framework.