Friday, July 25, 2014
The editors of Land Use Prof Blog are delighted to announce that we have lined up a great group of scholars to guest blog for us this fall. Jessie, Matt, Jim and I will continue to blog away, as usual, but there will also be a good deal of new voices and new ideas on the blog in the coming months. New bloggers will be announced at the beginning of each month.
We are excited by these additions, and hope you will enjoy and engage with our guests over the coming months. Our first guest bloggers of the fall will begin August 1 and, if we fulfill our larger goal, we will have 5-10 guest bloggers throuhgout the fall.
As always, we welcome comments on the blog and, in particular, ideas for making the blog a better service to the academy and the larger land use law community.
Stephen R. Miller
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