Wednesday, February 1, 2012
First, thanks so much to Stephen Miller for doing such a terrific job guest-blogging throughout January. Great stuff.
Next, we're proud to welcome Susan J. Kraham (Columbia Law School) as our guest blogger for the month of February. Here's Susan's bio:
Susan J. Kraham is a Senior Staff Attorney and Lecturer-in-Law at Columbia Law School's Environmental Law Clinic. Susan has spent her legal career representing public interest clients with a particular focus on environmental and land use law. Prior to joining the Environmental Law Clinic, Susan served as Counsel to the New Jersey Audubon Society. From 1998 until 2005 she was an Associate Clinical Professor in the Environmental Law Clinic at Rutgers Law School, Newark. Susan was a 1992 graduate of Columbia Law School. She also has a Masters in Urban Planning from New York University’s Wagner School. After graduation from Law School, Susan clerked for the Honorable Justice Gary Stein of the New Jersey Supreme Court. She was a Skadden fellow. Susan was also an echoing green fellow where she partnered on a community-based environmental justice project.
We're excited to have her on board, and we look forward to reading her posts!
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