Sunday, May 1, 2011
The blog has been going great this past year, and we've been especially lucky to have a number of phenomenal guest-bloggers recently. We take credit for recruiting these voices to contribute to the broader discussion of land use, but I haven't done as good of a job as I should have in thanking them for their excellent service.
Hannah Wiseman was with us for April, and her posts were fantastic. I didn't even realize until after she had started guest-blogging that in the prior month she was one of the five intrepid scholars who relaunched the Environmental Law Prof Blog, which had been dormant. (We know something about that task, and we welcome them as colleagues on the Law Professor Blogs Network!). Amazingly, Hannah kept contributing interesting substantive posts on both blogs.
So thanks to Hannah, and thanks to McKay Cunningham, Antonia Layard, Jessica Owley, and Jon Rosenbloom. You guys have made the blog successful, and you're welcome back any time. The guest bloggers' contributions have been the main thing on which I've received the most positive feedback recently. So here's the teaser-- we have a couple of additional excellent guest bloggers lined up for the summer!
Thanks to all of our readers and most especially to our contributors.
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