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Project & Initiative Websites
College of Urban Planning Jurisprudence. (Shared by Claudia Ponce Sanchez) An organization that seeks to transform the place where we live into better spaces through Education, Law, the Transformation of Thought, Respect for Law and Human Rights, in a peaceful way.
EVICT Project. (Shared by L.M. (Michelle) Bruijn) EVICT is a prospective ERC Starting Grant project, led by Prof. Michel Vols.
7th Annual International & Comparative Urban Law Conference Proceedings. (Shared by Nestor Davidson) A selection of the works in progress presented at the virtual 2021 conference co-sponsored by the Urban Law Center at Fordham University and TU Berlin - Campus El Gouna.
Papers & Journals
Compensation of Restrictions Caused by Landmark Preservation: The Transference of Development Rights in the Municipality of São Paulo (Custodio, Vinícius Monte; de Medeiros Jales, Túlio. 2022)
Local Fiscal Autonomy Requires Constraints: The Case for Fiscal Menus (Shanske, Darien. October 14, 2013). Stanford Law & Policy Review, Forthcoming, UC Davis Legal Studies Research Paper No. 356
Municipal Power and Democratic Legitimacy in the Time of COVID-19 (Alexandra Flynn)
Regulating Critical Mass: Performativity and City Streets (Alexandra Flynn)
Re-imagining Community Councils in Canadian Local Government (Alexandra Flynn and Zachary Spicer)
Researching Urban Law (Layard, A. 2020) Researching Urban Law. German Law Journal, 21(7), 1446-1463.doi:10.1017/glj.2020.85)
Rethinking “Duty”: The City of Toronto, A Stretch of the Humber River and Indigenous-Municipal Relationships Doug Anderson & Alexandra Flynn. (2020) 58:1 Alberta Law Review 107.
SUMMAE Derecho Urbanístico Mexicano (Aguilar, Pablo 2013)
With Great(er) Power Comes Great(er) Responsibility: Indigenous Rights and Municipal Autonomy (2021) 34 Journal of Law & Social Policy 111. (Alexandra Flynn)
The Future of Law and Transportation (Symposium presented by Iowa Law Review & The Iowa Innovation, Business and Law Review); Panel 5 - Transportation & Finance: Prof. Randall K. Johnson, Why Illinois Should Eliminate Its Video Tolling Subsidy