Saturday, October 1, 2011
It's my great pleasure to introduce Prof. Adam MacLeod as our newest guest-blogger. Adam is on the faculty of the Faulkner University Jones School of Law in Montgomery, Alabama. He teaches courses in property, IP, and law & public policy. He's written in the areas of property, land use, and jurisprudence; you can check out his articles on his SSRN page. He has a wide range of scholarly ideas within property law, and his articles and conference presentations are always very interesting.
We're thrilled to have Adam on board, and look forward to his contributions this month.
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