Friday, December 31, 2010
We have some exciting things to announce!
First, we are pleased to welcome Prof. James J. Kelly, Jr. as a permanent Editor of the blog. Jim is currently an assistant professor and director of the University of Baltimore Community Development Clinic. He guest-blogged with us last summer and we are excited to have him join the blog.
We are very lucky to have Prof. Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold join us as a Contributing Editor. Many of you are likely familiar with Tony's scholarship and reputation; he is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs & Faculty Development; Boehl Chair in Property & Land Use; Professor of Law; Affiliated Professor of Urban Planning; Chair of the Center for Land Use & Environmental Responsibility at the University of Louisville. Tony will start contributing later in the month as the spring semester gets underway.
We'll get Jim and Tony added to the links on the left side of the page as soon as we can, but in the meantime you can click the links in this post to find out more about their bios and scholarship.
We also have a number of guest-bloggers lined up for 2011. I'm really excited about this. We had great contributions from Jim, Ken Stahl, and McKay Cunningham last year. The land use scholars that we have persuaded to guest-blog this year is a stellar group, and will undoubtedly give us great thoughts and ideas in the diverse, interdisciplinary field of land use.
First up among the guest bloggers is Dr. Antonia Layard, from the Cardiff Law School. Land Use Prof Blog is going global! More to come. Thanks so much for reading and contributing to the conversation.
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