The Peculiarity of Oregon Planning Law
Thursday, April 26, 2018 - 12:00pm

In the upcoming seminar, we are honored to have Professor Edward Sullivan to join us talking about the Oregon planning law.  By introducing the historical planning laws developed in the earlier years of last century in the United States, Professor Sullivan will highlight the peculiarity of the planning law in the state Oregon, its planning institutions setup, planning goals, and ongoing debates.


Edward J. Sullivan teaches Planning Law at Portland State University, Lewis and Clark Law School and Willamette University College of Law.  He is a member of the American Planning Association's Legislative and Policy and Amicus Curiae Committees, co-authors a monthly column on planning law for the Portland Daily Journal of Commerce, and is the author of more than 60 law review articles relating to constitutional, administrative and planning law.  Mr. Sullivan is a retired partner in a Pacific Northwest law firm and is a former chair of the American Bar Association's Section of State and Local Government Law.

Location: URBN 220