The Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy is pleased to host its 2012 Spring Symposium entitled, "Stop, Collaborate and Listen: The Policy of Collaborative Governance, Citizen Participation, and Innovation and Redesign in Minnesota." This CLE is presented in collaboration with the Hamline Law Alumni Board and the Hamline University School of Business Center for Public Administration and Leadership.
How does local government collaboration look in the future and what are the benefits of such dialogue and collaboration among different levels of government and citizens? These are among the central questions to be addressed at the symposium. This gathering of local and national scholars, law practitioners, policymakers and government officials will address the challenges faced by local government occurring at the municipal and state level.
Discussion topics will include:
The newly established Collaborative Governance Council (Minn. Stat. Sec. 6.81, 2010)
League of Minnesota Cities – Cities, Services and Funding Project – model for individual cities for citizen participation
Local Government Redesign and Innovation Sessions
Administrative Law barriers to collaborative governance
Leadership in collaborative governance efforts
Conflicts of Interest in representing local government
Registration begins at 8 a.m.
Program begins at 8:45 a.m.
CLE: 6.75 Standard credits to be applied for
Date: March 16,2012
Time: 8:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
Cost: See registration form for cost.
Contact: Questions can also be directed to Caitlyn Lothian, Symposium editor at email@example.com, or Deb Lange, Hamline Law Programs Office, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Kay Fredericks Ballroom
Sponsor: Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy, the Hamline Law Alumni Board and the Hamline University School of Business Center for Public Administration and Leadership