Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Thanks so much to Adam MacLeod for hanging out with us during the month of October here at the Land Use Prof Blog. He really raised the bar for blogging on land use theory with his series of fascinating substantive posts. We hope he comes back soon. (Now that makes two Faulkner profs we miss).
In the meantime, you can continue to check out Adam's work on his SSRN page.
The only letdown of Adam's time here was that he failed to deliver the promised karma of having a third Notre Dame-affiliated land use blogger, at least in terms of gridiron success. It's now back to just me and my freshman year roommate's brother-in-law.
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