Law professor Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer has released a third edition of Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law as part of West Publishing Co.’s Practitioner Treatise Series. Co-writer Thomas E. Roberts is a professor of law at the Wake Forest University School of Law.
The updated book provides an overview of urban and city planning issues along with special discussions on environmental regulations, historic preservation and agricultural use.
Juergensmeyer is the Ben F. Johnson Jr. Professor of Law and director of the Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth. A pioneer in the development of infrastructure finance oriented regulations such as impact fees, he has participated in developing growth management and capital improvement programs and litigation in more than 25 states. Juergensmeyer’s research also considers smart growth regulations, the use of renewable energy and resource conservation.
Juergensmeyer joined Georgia State Law in January 2000. He previously was a professor of law at Tulane University and University of Florida. He has written extensively on land use planning law, property law and environmental law.