Tuesday, March 1, 2011
We've had some really terrific guest bloggers here lately at the Land Use Prof Blog, giving us great contributions and ideas in a number of different areas of land use law. We now have the privilege of introducing Jonathan Rosenbloom, who will be joining us for March.
Jonathan is an Assistant Professor at Drake University, where he teaches and researches in the fields of Sustainability, Environmental Law, State & Local Government, and Property. His current research looks at issues in local government law with regard to sustainability. Jonathan previously taught as a visitor at Stetson, and he has substantial experience at the Center for New York City Law as well as in private practice and clerking. Now that he's in Iowa, though, he might be our first Midwestern contributor.* You can check out his bio page or vita, but more importantly, stand by to check out his contributions to the Land Use Prof Blog!
* With the possible exception of Tony Arnold. When I lived in Kentucky I occasionally heard something to the effect that "Lexington is Southern; Louisville is Midwestern."
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