Wednesday, October 5, 2011
I'm thrilled to announce that Prof. Kenneth Stahl will be joining us as a permanent Editor here at the Land Use Prof Blog.
Ken is on the faculty at Chapman University School of Law, out in the O.C., California. We're particularly glad to have him aboard after his most excellent guest-blogging stint with us in 2010. Ken teaches property, land use, and local government, and is the Director of Chapman's certificate program in Environmental, Land Use, and Real Estate Law. He has written some great articles including his piece on Local Growth Politics, and his most recent paper on Neighborhood Zoning. He frequently gives fascinating conference presentations, but he has also been known to play hooky to go and visit places like the National Building Museum.
It's a real honor to have Prof. Stahl on board, and we're all looking forward to his contributions. Thanks Ken!
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