Date Submitted: Tue, 05 Mar 2019 10:14:04 GMT

LAW 410 v04 : Local Government Law

Last edit: Wed, 13 Mar 2019 18:34:02 GMT

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Fall
JD Adjunct
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arg36 Gardner, Adrian adrian.gardner@mncppc.org
LAW 410 v04: Local Government Law
Local Government Law
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W 5:45-8:50p
 
52
In-Class Exam

 
J.D.
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Course
3
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Although no prerequisites are required for this course, Professor Gardner strives to highlight connections between the material discussed in class and other substantive legal topics. Third- and fourth-year students will be encouraged to share learning from related courses – for example, civil procedure, constitutional law, administrative law, land use law and other legal subjects. In particular, this course will offer a meaningful segue leading to (and from) courses in land use and administrative law.

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Personal Information

 
 
 
 
 

B.S., High Honors, Northeastern University; M.P.P., J.D., cum laude, Harvard. Professor Gardner was appointed as the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission's General Counsel in April of 2000. Before joining the Commission, Professor Gardner engaged in private legal practice for more than ten years, including his terms of leadership as general counsel for a construction material supply company operating in several markets along the eastern seaboard, and principal of prominent regional law and lobbying firms. He is also distinguished as one of the youngest department heads in the history of Prince George's County, Maryland, where he was appointed in 1990 as Executive Director for the local government's Minority Business Opportunities Commission. Professor Gardner is a member of civic, charitable and professional organizations, including the American Bar Association, the National Bar Association, Maryland State Bar Association, the voluntary bar associations of Prince George's and Montgomery Counties, Maryland and the J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association. Professor Gardner is currently admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States District Court for Maryland, the Court of Appeals for the State of Maryland, and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.

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