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Webinar: The Constitutional Limitations on Regulating the Use of Public Spaces: A Scenario Based Discussion

February 19, 2019
How can cities effectively prepare in advance of public demonstrations?
 
How can cities respond to protests as they unfold? What legal strategies are available to cities to regulate panhandling, sleeping, or vending in public spaces? The League of California Cities® is offering a webinar on Feb. 28 from 10–11:30 a.m. that will explore the constitutional framework for municipal regulation of public demonstrations and other uses of public spaces using compelling, real‐life and hypothetical scenarios. 
 
A question and answer session will be included and a resource paper provided to all attendees.
The League is a State Bar of California minimum continuing legal education (MCLE) approved provider. The League certified that this webinar meets the standards for participatory MCLE credit for registered attendees in the amount of 1.5 hours.  
 
Webinar speakers include Ariel Calonne, city attorney, Santa Barbara and Tom Carr, city attorney, Boulder, Colorado.
 
Register online by Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 5 p.m.
 
Registration is $25 for League member cities and $50 for League Partners. Non-member cities, non-partners and all others will be charged $175.
 
For questions about how to register for the webinar, please contact Megan Dunn. For all other questions, please contact Alison Leary.


 
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