Friday, March 19, 2010
It's my pleasure to introduce Kenneth A. Stahl as a guest-blogger here at the Land Use Prof Blog. Prof. Stahl is on the faculty at Chapman University School of Law, where he teaches Property, Land Use, and Environmental Law.
His new paper, which I just posted about below, is called The Artifice of Local Growth Politics: At-Large Elections, Ballot-Box Zoning and Judicial Review. Ken might give us some more information about this interesting new article . . . and/or whatever other land use issues he wants to blog about. We're excited to have him on board!
Take it away, Ken!
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