Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer
In 2009-2010, Professor Juergensmeyer celebrated his 45th year of teaching law. He practiced law for two years with Squire, Sanders and Dempsey immediately after graduating from Duke Law School but left the practice to join the law faculty of Indiana University (Bloomington). He left there for additional law study in Europe and law teaching in Ethiopia. On his return to the United States, he taught both civil and common law at Tulane University and then had a 30 year stint at the University of Florida before joining the Georgia State University faculty as its first endowed chair-holder. He currently also serves as Adjunct Professor of City and Regional Planning at GSU's sister institution, Georgia Institute of Technology. He is also Professor of Law Emeritus of the University of Florida College of Law where - in addition to teaching - he served as Director of the Growth Management Studies Program, the Center for Agricultural Law, the LL.M. in Comparative Law Program, and the Cambridge Warsaw International Trade Summer Law Program.
1963 – J.D. (with honors and Coif), Duke University School of Law
1960 - Certificat des Etudes Politiques, University of Bordeaux
1959 - A.B. (summa cum laude), Duke University
Growth Management Law
Zoning and Land Use
International and Comparative Law
Julian's teaching and research specialties are land use planning law, property law and comparative land use and environmental law and his books and articles on those topics are nearing 100 in number. They include a co-authored treatise/hornbook on Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law that is widely used by law and planning practitioners and frequently cited by courts including the Supreme Court of the United States. He is considered a pioneer in the development of infrastructure finance oriented regulations such as impact fees and has participated in developing growth management and capital improvement programs and litigation in regard to them in over 25 states. In recent years. he has also focused on smart growth regulations designed to encourage use of renewable energy and resource conservation.
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & Thomas E. Roberts, Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law (3d ed., 2012).
Arthur C. Nelson, et al., The TDR Handbook: Designing and Implementing Transfer of Development Rights Programs (Island Press 2012).
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & Carole Necole Brown, Quick Review: Property (5th ed., West 2011).
Arthur C. Nelson, James C. Nicholas, & Julian C. Juergensmeyer, Impact Fees: Principles and Practice of Proportionate-Share Development Fees (American Planning Association Planners Press 2009). | Call No. KF5698.N45 2009
Arthur C. Nelson, Julian C. Juergensmeyer, et al., A Guide to Impact Fees and Housing Affordability (Island Press 2008).
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & Thomas E. Roberts, Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law (2d ed., Thomson West 2007). | Call No. KF5692.J84
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & Thomas E. Roberts, Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law (2d ed., Thomson West 2007) (softbound abridegement of treatise). | Call No. KF 5898. J845
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & Thomas Roberts, Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law (Thomson West, Practitioner Treatise Series 2003). | Call No. KF5692 .J84
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Sum & Substance Quick Review, Property (4th ed., Thomson West 2003). | Call No. KF561 .J84
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Sum & Substance Quick Review, Property (3d ed., West Group 2000). | Call No. KF561 .J84
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Florida Land Use Law: Development, Growth Management, Subdivisions, and Zoning (Lexis Law Publishing 1999). | Call No. KFF458 .J8277
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & Thomas E. Roberts, Land Use Planning and Control Law (West Group, Hornbook Series 1998). | Call No. KF5692 .J84 1998 c.1
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Sum & Substance Quick Review, Property (2d ed., Sum & Substance 1996). | Call No. KF561 .J84
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & James Wadley, Florida Land Use and Growth Management Law (Butterworth 1993).
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Quick Review Sum & Substance Series: Real Property (Sum & Substance 1993).
James C. Nicholas et al., A Practitioner’s Guide to Development Impact Fees (American Planning Association 1991). | Call No. HJ9156 .N53
Julian C. Juergensmeyer & Donald G. Hagman, Urban Planning and Land Development Control Law (2d ed., West Pub. Co. 1986). | Call No. KF5692 .H3 1986
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Josephson’s Essential Principles of Real Property (Center for Creative Educational Services 1982).
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & James Wadley, Agricultural Law (Little, Brown 1982 & Supp. 1983-1985).
J. C. Juergensmeyer & P. Schneider, Florida Residential Leases (Harrison Co. 1981 & Supp. 1982-1988).
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & James Wadley, Zoning: The Law in Florida (Harrison Co. 1980 & Supp. 1981-1985). | Call No. KFF458 .J83
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & James Wadley, Florida Land Use Restrictions: Legislative Restrictions (D&S 1976-1991).
Julian C. Juergensmeyer & James Wadley, Water Law and Water Resources in Eastern Africa (1975).
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Comparative Materials on Land, Natural Resources and Environment Law (1973) (1975, 1977, 1978).
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & Harry Laughran, Legal Aspects of Environmental Preservation and Control (1971).
Articles and Other Contributions to Law Reviews and Scholarly Journals
Tyson Smith & Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Development Impact Fees 2006: A Year in Review, Planning & Envt'l L., Feb. 2007, at 3.
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Smart Growth versus Urban Sprawl in American Growth Management Law, 3 Warsaw U. L. Rev. 39 (2004).
James C. Nicholas & Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Market Based Approaches to Environmental Preservation: To Environmental Mitigation Fees and Beyond, 43 Nat. Resources J. 837 (2003). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw | SSRN
As a strong believer in the globalization of law and the legal profession, Julian has taught and lectured throughout Europe, North and South America, and Africa and has held the title of visiting professor at such foreign universities as the Universities of Frankfurt, Aarhus, Warsaw, Strasbourg, Limoges and British Columbia. His visiting appointments in the U.S. include Duke, Louisiana State University and Hastings College of the Law.
CP 8882 | International Perspective on Urban Law and Policy
CP 8883 | Growth Management Law