Saturday, January 29, 2011
He probably needs no introduction, but we're thrilled to have Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold join us on the blog. At the University of Louisville, Tony is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs & Faculty Development; Boehl Chair in Property & Land Use; Professor of Law; Affiliated Professor of Urban Planning; and Chair of the Center for Land Use & Environmental Responsibility. Somehow, Jamie Roskie found a way to persuade or trick Tony into agreeing to add "Contributing Editor, Land Use Prof Blog" to that list of prestigious titles.
Tony has published widely (click his SSRN link on the left side) and has been involved in a great many land use and environmental law and policy issues, from the legal academic, interdisciplinary, and practitioners' perspectives. You can also check out his own blog for UL. As a Contributing Editor, we look forward to hearing from Tony whenever his schedule allows. As one of the leading scholars in our field, it's really a great honor to have Tony join us.
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