Friday, January 21, 2011
The nice thing about land use and development is that it's a very multi-disciplinary field of work. Lawyers, architects, engineers, planners, developers, and many others work closely together. Getting to interact with these different people is one of the reasons I was drawn to this area of the law.
Along those lines, I also try to follow multi-disciplinary blogs that address land development topics.
One of my recent favorites is the PlaceShakers blog that offers many different (and often non-traditional) viewpoints on all things related to the world of development.
You can check it out here. I highly recommend it.
Chad Emerson, Faulkner
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