Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Sadly, it's time to say farewell and thank Michael Lewyn for his contributions over the past month. I've been reading his articles for the past few years, and it has been an honor to have him on board here at the Land Use Prof Blog.
Please continue to check out his work on SSRN; on Planetizen; and at his new position at Touro Law. It was great to have him on board, and we'll all certainly be engaging with his scholarship in the future.
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