Overview

NAHB’s Legal Action Network for Development Strategies (LANDS) Housing Law CLE & Roundtable is a housing-focused CLE that provides cutting-edge legal education and networking opportunities, geared to those in the building industry. For over 25 years, the LANDS Roundtable and Workshop has been the perfect conduit, bringing together land use attorneys, environmental attorneys, home builders, land developers, home building associations and other industry professionals.

Registration is now open for the 2018 LANDS Housing Law CLE* Roundtable & Workshop, taking place Oct. 25-26 in Washington D.C. at the National Housing Center, 1201 15th Street NW, Washington, DC 20005.

Why LANDS?

The NAHB LANDS event is the right-sized CLE event for attorneys active in representing builders and property owners, and provides the legal training necessary for home building association executive officers. We have a cutting edge agenda for you this year, including the following topics:

  • Self-Driving Cars, Electric Vehicles and Transportation on Demand
  • Fitting New Land Use Trends Into Old Regulations
  • Zoning and Housing Implications of the Growing Cannabis Industry
  • Regulatory Reform in the Trump Era
  • The Risks and Traps of 3D Printing in the Construction Industry
  • Sewer Wars
  • Recent Developments in California Land Use Law and Implications for Your State
  • Ethics Session on Using Technology In Your Practice
  • And more!

Your registration fee includes not only the CLE presentations, but onsite breakfast and lunch, and an offsite reception/dinner at Pennsylvania 6! Other CLE companies charge you twice as much but don’t provide any food onsite or offsite. 

*Continuing Legal Education credit available in most states

Who Should Attend

  • Attorneys active in representing builders and property owners
  • Home building association executive officers
  • Attorneys who dedicate greater than 50% of their practices to land use and environmental issues


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