Thursday, May 24, 2012
First, a big congrats to Jessica Owley and Stephen R. Miller on permanently joining the Land Use Prof Blog! An exceptional blog just got even better!
How often do you get a chance to make a presentation to a national audience of legal scholars without ever leaving the confines of your own office? The ABA's RPTE Section has begun holding monthly "Professor's Corner" teleconferences at which law professors from across the country discuss recent court decisions. Land Use Prof Blog's own Matt Festa made a presentation at one of these teleconferences back in May. The upcoming August 8th teleconference (12:30 Eastern/ 11:30 Central) will focus solely on land use law issues, and the ABA is seeking two additional panelists to give 15-minute presentations on a recent land use decision of their choice.
Presenting at an ABA Professor's Corner teleconference obviously requires no travel, gives you an excuse to read up on a recent case, and is something worthy of adding to your CV! If you're potentialy interested in being a panelist, please contact me directly at email@example.com for the details.
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