Very Good. 161438861X 2013 first edition, Section of State and Local Government Law, American Bar Association (Chicago, Illinois), 7 x 10 inches tall paperbound, xxx, 406 pp. Slight rubbing and edgewear to covers. Very slight creasing to upper tip of front cover. Bumping to upper tip of rear cover, with resultant very slight creasing to upper tips of pages in the end of the book. Otherwise, a very good copy-clean, bright and unmarked, apparently unread-of this useful and up-to-date legal practice guide. ~SP26~ This volume explores how institutions are working with communities in ways that can increase the productivity and influence of both. The discussion is organized in four parts: an overview of higher education, its host communities, and the law; professional and economic relationships; public safety, health, and students in the community; and community and economic development. Within these categories, chapter authors discuss town-gown relationships that address a wide range of concerns, including higher education policy, tradition, contracts, board membership, PILOTs, finance, law enforcement, health initiatives, housing and community development plans, professional partnerships, economic development strategies, zoning policy, and approaches to sustainability. Throughout the book, authors share best practices of how to build better, stronger, and more productive town-gown relationships. Contents: Three trends influencing higher education: effective collaborative responses required / Cynthia A. Baker; Continuum of relationships between institutions and their host municipalities and communities / Judith Welch Wegner; Sources and structure of higher education law / Seth F. Gilbertson; Conflicts of interest in higher education: boards of trustees / Daniel Gross and Patricia E. Salkin; Steering a clear course with PILOTs / Daniel D. Crean; Yale and New Haven: an evolution in town-gown relations / Daniel D. Crean; Financing higher education facilities with community input / Kenneth W. Bond and Alexander G. Burlingame; Campus security and local criminal enforcement entities / Joseph Storch; Mental health and tobacco: case studies in campus health / Heather A. McCabe; Off-campus student housing / Amy Lavine; Interdisciplinary health partnership between graduate schools and host communities / Emily A. Benfer; Law school clinics and their community / Jennifer Jack and Mary Lynch; University technology transfer and community economic development / Pamela Ko; Case study: New York City's town+gown program / Terri Matthews; Zoning / Leon I. Goodwin III; Chapel Hill and the University of North Carolina: a collaborative approach to planning and development / David W. Owens; Town, gown, and place-based sustainability: collaborating in the shared space / Keith H. Hirokawa and Jonathan D. Rosenbloom.
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