Land Use is being taught as a two-hour course in the spring. Students will learn about the basic legal regime of land use law at the local level, both generally and in Arkansas. They will also be exposed to some of the major legal issues surrounding land use, at both the state and federal levels. Students will be required to visit governmental or quasi-governmental entities such as a planning commission or city council, keep a journal of their visits, and report to the class. Students will also be required to complete one or two assignments, such as drafting an application for a conditional use permit. There will be a final exam.
This is an elective course.
|Real Property I||LAW 6313||3 credit hour(s)|