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 Mark Bobrowski

Mark Bobrowski

Professor of Law


(617) 422 7258

B.A. Ithaca College
M.A. University of Oregon
J.D. New England Law | Boston

Professor Mark Bobrowski teaches Administrative Law, Land Use, Local Government, and Property. He is the author of the Handbook of Massachusetts Land Use and Planning Law (2d edition 2002, supplemented annually). He has written extensively on issues affecting municipal government. A member of the New England faculty since 1986, he has worked with communities across the region on community growth control, economic development, and resource protection. He is a member of a Massachusetts task force examining affordable housing law.

Selected Publications

Handbook of Massachusetts Land Use and Planning Law (2010) (Supplement)

The Massachusetts "Smart Growth" Experiment: Chapter 40R, 92 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (2009)

Affordable Housing v. Open Space; A proposal for Reconciliation, 30 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 487 (2003)

Handbook of Massachusetts Land Use and Planning Law (2d ed.2002)

Reform of the Zoning Act: An Open Letter to the Legislature, 33 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 19 (2000)

The Zoning Act's Person Aggrieved Standard: From Barvenik to Marashlian, 18 W. New Eng. L. Rev. 385 (1996)

Scenic Landscape Protection under the Police Power, 22 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 697 (1995) This article was included in Clark Boardman's 1996 HANDBOOK OF PLANNING AND ZONING LAW, an annual compilation of noteworthy articles.

Handbook of Massachusetts Land Use and Planning Law (1993)

Planners and Lawyers: Toward a Division of Labor, in Urb. Law. (1990) Reprinted as Planners and Lawyers; Toward a Division of Labor Zoning & Plan. L. Rev. (1991) and "Planners and Lawyers; Toward a Division of Labor" Clark/Boardman's annual HANDBOOK OF PLANNING AND ZONING LAW (1991, Supp. 2000), an annual compilation of noteworthy articles.

Professor Bobrowski can comment on the following subjects: