The symposium will focus on the California Constitution and includes panels on:
Individual rights, focusing on the Constitution’s unique provisions on religion and privacy;
Water rights under the Constitution;
The relationship between the state and local governments under the Constitution focusing on general revenue and finance issues as well as post-redevelopment issues; and
The relationship between the state and local governments under the Constitution focusing on the general powers of cities and the difference between general law and charter cities as well as the current trend to limit the powers of both general law and charter cities.
Local Governments Navigating the California Constitution: Rough Water and Shifting Sands
Feb. 8, 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m.
University of California, Berkeley School of Law
Piedmont Avenue and Bancroft Way
There is a registration fee of $100 for public sector/government attendees.
The symposium is presented by the Municipal Law Institute of the League of California Cities and the California Constitution Center of UC Berkeley School of Law.
For more information on the symposium, please visit UC Berkeley Law's website.