Sunday, January 1, 2012
Thank you for the introduction, Matt! I am excited—probably more than I should admit—to be a part of this blog. It was just six months ago that I packed up my life as a land use lawyer in private practice in San Francisco and joined the faculty at the University of Idaho College of Law’s new Boise campus. While in private practice, this blog was one of my simple pleasures, routinely dropping little gems of ideas into my world and playing no small part in helping to lure me back academics. As a guest blogger over the next month, I hope to re-pay my debt to this blog by providing readers—academics and practitioners alike—some little gems of ideas to noodle on as the new year begins. I hope you find these posts of use, and of course, feel free to contact me if you’d like to carry the conversation further.
Happy new year to you all!
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