International Perspectives on Urban Law and Policy (LAW 7397)
Monday & Wednesday from 1:15–3:15 p.m. (please note the lecture dates)
Course taught at Georgia State University College of Law
85 Park Place NE, Atlanta, GA 30303 – Room 344
International Perspectives on Urban Law and Policy (LAW 7397) brings four distinguished scholars from around the world to lead small, focused seminars about land-use planning and environmental law in their countries. This course is open to Georgia State law students and graduate students from both Georgia State University and Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of City and Regional Planning. There are no prerequisites. This course does not meet every week – please note the lecture dates for each visiting professor. In addition to the lecture dates for each of the foreign visiting professors, the class will meet a few additional times over the course of the semester. The first class will be on January 14th; however, additional meeting dates will be publicized soon.
There are two different sections with two different credit hours for this course: (a) 2-credits: Students who attend lectures and (b) 3-credits: Students who attend lectures AND go to Brazil for spring break week. Students participating in the study abroad program will write a short reflection paper. For all students, there will be an exam or assignment after each visiting professor.
Please make sure to enroll in the correct section. Enrollment in the 3-credit section requires instructor permission. Please email Karen Johnston at email@example.com for additional information.
This year, we will have visiting professors from Brazil, Poland, France, and Denmark.
Spring 2019 Visiting Professors
His lecture dates are: Jan. 28, 30 and Feb. 4 and 6.
His lecture dates are: Feb. 25, 27 and Mar. 4 and 6.
He is the French representative of the International Centre of Comparative Environmental Law (CIDCE) and the co-director of a Master’s degree in Environmental Law at the University of Toulouse since 2018.
His research interests are Environmental Law and Planning Law. Julien’s research focuses on the theoretical dimensions of environmental law (Effectiveness, Sanctions, Interpretation, etc.). Its research areas are notably Environmental Democracy, Access to Justice, Environmental Constitutionalism, Rights of Nature, Biodiversity and Large predators. He is also involved in Planning Law where he studies the ways Planning Law protects the Environment. Julien has authored or edited 5 books and numerous journal articles.
His lecture dates are: March 11 and 13.
Her lecture dates are: Apr. 1, 3, 8 and 10.
If you have any questions about this course, please contact Karen Johnston (J.D. ’08) at firstname.lastname@example.org.