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University of Maine

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University of Maine

116 O'Brien Avenue

Machias, Maine,04654

United States

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The University of Maine, founded in Orono in 1865, is the state's only public research university. It celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2015. UMaine is among the most comprehensive higher education institutions in the Northeast and attracts students from Mai...more

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Weed Laws and Ordinances - Urban Planning - Wild Ones - Vegetation Control Laws - Developing a Weed Ordinance

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Schindler, Banning Lawns (2014) - Here is an excellent article recommended by Wild Ones Counsel Bret Rappaport as a great read and a compelling argument.
It was written by Sarah Schindler, Associate Professor at University of Maine Law School, and originally published in the April 2014 issue of the George Washington Law Review.


Treehouse Institute | About Treehouse Institute

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Sarah Schindler, University of Maine Law School


National Animal Welfare, Rights, & Protection Research Report

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Sarah Schindler
Associate Professor of Law University of Maine School of Law Professor Schindler teaches property, land use, local government law, real estate transactions, and animal law. Prior to joining the Maine law faculty in 2009, Professor Schindler clerked for Judge Will Garwood of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in Austin, Texas and practiced in the area of land use and environmental law at Morrison and Foerster in San Francisco. Professor Schindler graduated summa cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law. Professor Schindler researches emerging trends in municipal land use law, particularly those related to sustainable development. Her articles have been published in the Florida Law Review and the Colorado Law Review, and she contributed to Animal Law: Cases and Materials published by the Carolina Academic Press. Professor Schindler is a musician skilled at playing multiple instruments, a vegan, and an avid urban cyclist.


bangordailynews.com

Should such as case go to court, a decision is likely to hinge on how a judge views the "negotiating power" of the parties, according to professor Sarah Schindler, who teaches property and land use law at the University of Maine School of Law.
Speaking generally and without knowledge of this specific case, Schindler said, "As with any contract, [the terms] are up to the parties.


www.centralmaine.com

As communities across the United States increasingly deal with vacant big-box stores, it's not uncommon to see them converted into churches, said Sarah Schindler, a land use and real estate law professor at the University of Maine School of Law.
She wrote an article, "The Future of Abandoned Big Box Stores: Legal Solutions to the Legacies of Poor Planning," which was published in the University of Colorado Law Review in 2012. "Churches are definitely some of the uses we see going in, along with bowling alleys, libraries, municipal offices and schools," Schindler said.


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