Law professor Alan Weinstein, a board member of the newly formed Foundation for the Advancement of the Sign Industry, was one of three people associated with sign-industry groups who spoke at a session on sign regulation at the American Planning Association annual conference, April 4, in Phoenix, Arizona. Speakers at the session, entitled “Regulating Signs after Reed v. Town of Gilbert,” also included Wendy Moeller, AICP, a board member of the The Signage Foundation, and James Carpentier, the Director of State & Local Government Affairs for the International Sign Association.
Weinstein holds a joint faculty appointment at Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, and also serves as director of the colleges’ Law & Public Policy Program. A recognized expert on planning law, he has written more than 80 articles/books on this subject. He shared his observations on Reed v. Gilbert’s ramifications in Signs of the Times magazine, and he also wrote an article for The Signage Foundation (SFI),
Weinstein twice presented at the National Signage Research & Education Conference (NSREC) at the University of Cincinnati. NSREC is presented annually by SFI. Weinstein also serves on the Board of Directors of the Academic Advisory Council for Signage Research & Education (AACSRE), a group of 17 universities with a common interest in sign-related research.