Chuck Wolfe is a Seattle-based attorney specializing in innovative land use regulatory tools and development techniques. He’s worked for governments and for private clients to bring successful infill development and redevelopment under federal, state and local regulations. Chuck is an accomplished author and speaker on growth management and innovative zoning, transit-oriented development, and brownfield/sustainable development topics. He regularly participates in regional and national seminars and serves as a reporter for the national publication, Planning & Environmental Law. Chuck is also Affiliate Associate Professor in the College of Built Environments at the University of Washington, where he teaches land use law and a range of planning and development courses. His recent book, Urbanism Without Effort (Island Press e-book, 2013), draws on his years of writing about urbanism and offers compelling case study vignettes from everyday urban life.