Friday, February 10th, 2012
Stanford Law School, Room 290
The upcoming Municipal Law Institute Symposium will address how cities operate when financial resources are no longer available to provide services the public has come to expect. The one day event at the Stanford Law School will explore measures such as dissolution of cities, as well as privatization of municipal services, and entrepreneurial approaches by public agencies to this far reaching problem. Pensions and the role of public employee unions will also be examined. Public-private-partnerships and development incentives, including their impacts on neighboring jurisdictions, will be discussed. Cooperative efforts between cities will be investigated. Opportunity will be provided for exchange and discussion between the speakers and attendees. Box lunch included.
The cost of the event is as follows:
$100 In-House Government Lawyers
$150 Regular Price
$175 On-Site Registration
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