A History of Zoning and Segregation in Virginia: Lessons for Today

The issues Northern Virginia faces today regarding affordability and inequitable access to housing are not just a result of market forces of supply and demand. Our history of zoning and development shapes the way housing and neighborhoods in our cities and suburbs look and function today.

Join the Business for a Better World Center and the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship of the George Mason School of Business to discuss the historic roots of housing inequities and the opportunities for change, based on the recent “Zoning and Segregation in Virginia” report from a leading law firm in our area, McGuire Woods.

 

Date: April 29, 2021
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm
Location: Online
Fee: Free, Registration Required
Registration: Registration Now Closed
For more information, please contact:
Name: Roderick Maribojoc
Email: [email protected]
 

Featured Speaker: Jonathan Rak – Partner, McGuire Woods

Jonathan is the former managing partner of the McGuire Wood's Tysons Corner office and has practiced law in Northern Virginia for more than 25 years. His practice concentrates on land use and public utility matters. Jonathan devotes a significant portion of his practice to representing landowners seeking regulatory approvals to develop property.

Discussion Panel:

Emily Hamilton is a Senior Research Fellow and Director of the Urbanity Project at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Her research focuses on urban economics and land use policy.

Tracy Baynard joined McGuireWoods Consulting in 1998. She successfully represents private sector clients in the areas of transportation planning, funding and policy; public-private partnership and innovative procurement; education policy; technology policy; and, land use and economic development and procurement before state and local governments.


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