Wednesday, December 1, 2010
We're very pleased to welcome McKay Cunningham as a guest blogger for the month of December here on
the Land Use Prof Blog. McKay is an assistant professor of law at the Phoenix School of Law. McKay's teaching and scholarship covers areas from property law to constitutional law to procedure and appellate law. His most recent article is Oil and Water: Easements and the Environment. Given my current home I should also note that McKay has Texas roots! He has great experience and a wide range of academic interests. We all look forward to McKay's blog contributions!
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