Tuesday, January 26, 2010
The spring law review article submission season is approaching fast. If you have an article that you will be submitting to journals soon, we invite you to publicize it here on the Land Use Prof Blog. We always try to search for and post links to new land use-related articles. But we would love to help you get the word out about any new articles and perhaps get some feedback from the land use community before you submit it, or before it comes out.
So please let us know if you have an article coming out--either for submission or publication--and would be interested in having it featured on the Land Use Prof Blog. We would be very glad to highlight new work from both junior and senior scholars. You could do a series of guest blog posts, or just have us post your descriptions in one or more postings. Either way you could have the opportunity to go beyond the short abstract and get your ideas out to a wider audience.
We'd love to hear about your work. Email me at email@example.com or any one of my co-bloggers--Will Cook, Chad Emerson, Ngai Pindell, Jamie Roskie--at the links on the left.
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